Comey-Stephanopoulos: convenient telepathy and opportune subconscious incomprehensibility.

James Comey now fesses up to George Stephanopoulos that he was positive Hillary Clinton was on her way to easily winning the 2016 Presidential election. In fact, his whole cuck household felt the same way; in fact, felt strongly to the point they were rooting “passionately” for HRC.


…in addition to his wife, Patrice, “at least my four daughters, probably all five of my kids, wanted Hillary Clinton to be the first woman president.”

“There was a lotta passion in this house for Hillary Clinton. And … I get that. But again, I hope it illustrates to people that I really wasn’t making decisions based on political fortunes,” he said, in reference to criticism from Democrats that his public announcements as then director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s handling of emails may have cost her the election.


Comey, thou dost disclaim too much.



James Comey was operating under the assumption that Hillary Clinton would defeat Donald Trump in the 2016 election – and he wasn’t the only who thought Clinton was a shoe-in, he said in an exclusive interview with ABC News.

Beyond that, he says that the assumption of a Clinton victory “must have” influenced his actions in the email investigation, though he says not consciously.


My bold font insertion for an appropriately important, eye-catching passage.

So James Comey tells us that his assumption (ahem, desire) of Hillary’s sure-fire Presidency might have influenced his “actions” in the email investigation? He owes to the fact that he made decisions unconsciously under the distracting spell of his conviction that Hillary would win the election. How’s that?


“I was surprised that Donald Trump was elected president, as I think most — maybe Donald Trump was too, but as a whole lotta people were,” Comey said.

“I heard the president [Obama] say, as I recount in the book, ‘Putin backed the wrong horse.’ That is, all of us were operating in a world where the polls were showing that Donald Trump had no chance,” Comey said.

“I think what the president meant by that was the Russian effort is wasted, and so why should we help them by announcing what they’re doing when their work is not gonna achieve their goal?” Comey said.


Wow. Can we hear that again? Let me clean my ears, first.

Are we to infer that the integrity of the American political system is only important insofar as the Democrats are victorious? Is a Democratic loss the only cue required to question the system? I realize Democratic liberals are the most self-aggrandizing hypocrites around, but can they at least put on a better act?


“I think what the president meant by that was the Russian effort is wasted, and so why should we help them by announcing what they’re doing when their work is not gonna achieve their goal?” Comey said.


Must have been what he meant.  Have been, has been…kinda like Comey’s career trajectory in 2018. Does the former head of the FBI own any of his actions? He appears to disavow all his Directorial actions under the pretense of greater assumptions of a Clinton victory. James Comey is effectively telling us that he’s a puppet. I want to know who the puppet master is.


“I don’t remember consciously thinking about that, but it must have been ‘cause I was operating in a world where Hillary Clinton was gonna beat Donald Trump. And so I’m sure that it was a factor. Like I said, I don’t remember spelling it out, but it had to have been. That she’s gonna be elected president, and if I hide this from the American people, she’ll be illegitimate the moment she’s elected, the moment this comes out,” he told Stephanopoulos.


Again the allusion to conscious decisions. James Comey was under the influence of Clinton and in the wake of her “unforeseen” loss it is now convenient for him to sweep all his decisions under the rug of unconscious action.


Still, Comey said the same thinking did not apply in his decision to keep private until months after the election the fact that the FBI was investigating interactions between a “small number of Americans” from the Trump campaign and Russians.

And he said the decision was a no-brainer.

“That was actually not a hard call, given the sensitivity of the matter and that it was ongoing. We didn’t wanna tip anybody off,” he said.

“With respect to the decision by President Obama, as to how to talk about the Russian interference with the American people… he was clearly thinking, ‘I don’t want to, given that Trump’s gonna lose … look like I’m putting my finger on the scale,’” Comey said.


James Comey is incapable of explaining his decisions because he was spellbound by Hillary Clinton’s inevitable election, but he was fully capable of reading President Obama’s mind?


James…why didn’t you just stay home and collect your book royalties there.