James Comey´s father recently defended his son, saying he was never ´crazy´ about President Donald Trump and he´s ´convinced that he´s nuts´. Since the firing of former FBI Director, Comey, the president has called him a ´grandstander´ and a ´showboat´, two things that Comey´s father and people from his hometown of Allendale, New Jersey, highly disagree with. ´I never was crazy about Trump,´ J. Brien Comey, 86, a Republican and a former borough councilman, told NorthJersey.com. ´I´m convinced that he´s nuts. I thought he belonged in an institution. He was crazy before he became president. Now he´s really crazy.´ Comey´s father questioned the president´s
Your Honor: If Big James Comey Sr. is going to testify to the extreme bias of Donald Trump by Little Jimmy Comey Jr, could you please ask him to speak up so the whole world knows of Jr´s prejudice against the defendant?
Trump may be unconventional to say he least but he´s far from nuts.He´s done a great job raising his kids who are far more successful in their own right than any liberal trust fund brat.I hope he does fill football stadiums to fund raise to kick rinos from the House and Senate.
Dad thinks he´s helping his little boy, but all he is doing is baking in his kid´s new name -- "Nut Job" -- which will now wind up some day being carved into Jim Comey´s tombstone. Saul Alinsky had the best solution to the way to deal with a nut job like our former FBI director Nut Job: Ridicukle -- unremitting, bombastic and joyful ridicule, the crueler the better.
Who is the nut job here? Clearly in the last year James Comey has done very strange things that no other FBI Director has done, like getting in front of ongoing FBI investigations, by inserting himself in politics making public statements during the run up to the election, and as one of his friends just told the media when going to the White House he wore a blue suit so that he could hide behind a curtain so that President Trump would not notice him. What previous FBI Director has ever done anything like that? That just makes you wonder.
Let´s be real - Comey was chosen as Director because he was a dedicated follower of Obama - as was everyone appointed during his regime. Comey was a true believer - a white Eric Holder. He set the table for his own downfall. Regardless of Comeys´ behavior or political ideology, Trump can fire any appointed govt employee without cause. Comey was smart enough to know his days were numbered. Trump wants his own guy in there.
This is just more proof that every one Barack touched seems to have lost their sense of protecting their country from radical destruction of self government and civil rights called liberty. It is also clear he in turn was a tool of pure evil now scrambling to bring down the Republic. Once again the specter of empire and loss of freedom brings lies and greed from the pits or swamp-- if pits is too harsh for the self proclaimed elite and superior to accept. These fool never learn that their attempts can only bring down everyone including them and history repeats and repeats. Comey is/was a tool and such either goes down via opposition or is sacrificed to the darkness. Can a peoples just once stop that swirling decline? The millions who voted for the end of this fall can determine the result if they are tough enough.Hopefully without a blood bath.
Fox News host Eboni K Williams has received death threats by email after criticizing Donald Trump´s remarks on Monday. Speaking during Eboni´s Docket, her opinion slot on Fox News Specialists, Williams complained that Trump´s attempts to blame both white supremacists and antifascist protesters as equally bad was ´cowardly and dangerous´. Since then, she has received a slew of emails so vicious that Fox has hired a security detail to follow her to work, Variety reported. Williams derided Trump´s initial response to the death of Heather Heyer - a 32-year-old woman knocked down and killed when a white supremacist drove into a crowd
He was not supposed to be back until Thursday, but President Trump’s Thursday afternoon may have been too much for Joe Scarborough as he returned to air a day early. The Morning Joe host beamed in to co-anchor his namesake show from what appeared to be a living room in Maine to denounce the Commander-in-Chief after the comments he made during his Trump Tower press conference on Tuesday. ´He has now officially become the president of the white nationalist movement,´ said Scarborough. ´The president has chosen sides, and it is very clear. Not only morally, but also politically.´ Scarborough then added: ´He has chosen
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is a marked man, according to news reports and sources inside the West Wing who see the nationalist Trump-whisperer´s political hourglass quickly losing sand. CBS News reported Monday night that the axe could fall as soon as Friday on the man credited with arranging the president´s marriage to millions of angry white working-class voters last year. The former Breitbart News executive chairman was once an equal partner in a ruling triumvirate of deputies that included Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner. But Priebus´s star ran out of fuel last month. And his successor
North Korea´s leader has pulled back from a ordering missile strike just off the US territory of Guam but warned that he could still go ahead if Washington continues with "reckless actions" on the Korean peninsula. Kim Jong-un was briefed by military chiefs on its plans to create "enveloping fire" by setting off rockets into the waters a few miles off the American military hub in the Pacific. News agencies quoted him as saying he would observe the "foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees" a little more before deciding whether to order a test launch. His decision to hold fire - at
A Methodist pastor who has been Hillary Clinton’s minister for years plagiarized the writings of another minister in a new book, it was reported on Monday. Rev. Bill Shillady is the author of a new book, Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions of Hillary Rodham Clinton. The book is based on emails that Shillady wrote to Clinton during the presidential campaign. Clinton even appears on the cover of the book and she even wrote a foreword praising the minister. While the book includes 11 pages of end notes crediting source material, Shillady fails to credit another source, a blog post by
Hillary Clinton´s personal pastor compared her treatment to the persecution of Jesus in a devotional sent to her during the Presidential campaign - and victor Donald Trump to the ´wicked´. The former Democratic candidate took comfort from the words of Rev Bill Shillady who told her that ´blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness´. Rev Shillady referred her to Matthew 5:10-12 which says that the reward for such ill treatment on Earth was going to Heaven when she died. The remarks were among the daily devotionals sent by Rev Shillady to Clinton during her failed campaign against Donald Trump. In the foreword
President Donald Trump insisted on Monday that he and his administration forcefully denounce the ´evil´ embodied by white supremacists and other bigoted hate groups whose weekend rally in Virginia left one woman dead and 20 others injured. ´Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans,´ the president said at the White House. ´We are a nation founded on the truth that all of us are created equal. We are equal in the eyes of our
Fox News´s Kat Timpf slammed President Trump on Tuesday for his "disgusting" press conference in which he again blamed "both sides" for the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, stepping back from his direct condemnation of white supremacist groups a day earlier. "It was one of the biggest messes I’ve ever seen. I can’t believe it happened," said Timpf, a co-host of “The Fox News Specialists.” “It is honestly crazy for me to have to comment on this right now because I’m still in the phase where I am wondering if it was actually real life —
Mitt Romney fired back at President Trump for saying “both sides” were responsible for violence at a white supremacist rally over the weekend, claiming that the two clashing groups were more “morally different universes.” “No, not the same. One side is racist, bigoted, Nazi. The other opposes racism and bigotry. Morally different universes,” Romney tweeted Tuesday. (Tweet) Romney was responding to Trump’s comments Tuesday that “both sides” were to blame for the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday. Trump drew fire for saying Saturday that "many sides" were to blame for the violence at the
President Trump should have left well enough alone. His Monday denunciation of costumed sheet-wearers and Nazi wanna-bes could have cleared the way for Americans of all stripes to focus their outrage on things that matter more than presidential words. That would be the violence that is infecting our politics and the frightening acceptance of it as the new normal. But Trump’s defiance yesterday is sure to keep the media pot boiling over his rhetoric instead of an ominous reality. Namely, that real protestors don’t carry baseball bats, crowbars and mace. Yet Saturday’s bloody clash in Charlottesville showed that many on
The president of the Alliance for American Manufacturing has resigned from President Trump´s American Manufacturing Council, making him the fifth business leader to do so. “I’m resigning from the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative because it´s the right thing for me to do,” Scott Paul tweeted Tuesday. (Snip) Paul´s exit comes amid backlash over the president´s response to the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend. Paul is joining Kenneth Frazier, the CEO of major pharmaceutical company Merck; Kevin Plank, the CEO of Under Armour; and Brian Krzanich, the CEO of Intel, who all resigned from the president’s
Some House Democrats renewed calls for Congress to impeach President Trump on Tuesday after he resorted to blaming "both sides´ for a violent rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend organized by white nationalist groups. "POTUS is showing signs of erratic behavior and mental instability that place the country in grave danger," said Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., in a tweet Tuesday night. "Time to invoke the 25th Amendment." (Tweet) Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., also called on Republicans to initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump. "As we once again hear Donald J. Trump defend those responsible for the deadly riot in Charlottesville
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has weighed in on the weekend´s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, castigating Donald Trump without naming him. ´We can have no tolerance for an ideology of racial hatred. There are no good neo-nazis,´ McConnell said in a statement. The choice of words, while careful, appeared to push back against Trump´s claim on Tuesday that some ´very fine people´ were among a crowd of white supremacists who rallied in the college town. McConnell´s wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, stood next to Trump on Tuesday as he insisted both sides of the weekend´s clash bore some responsibility for
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina warned President Trump on Wednesday that his “words are dividing Americans, not healing them” in the wake of the bloody clashes in Virginia that has sparked a national conversation about white supremacists and race. Mr. Graham also vowed that Republicans will “fight back against the idea that the party of Lincoln has a welcome mat out for the David Dukes of the world.” “Through his statements yesterday, President Trump took a step backward by again suggesting there is moral equivalency between the white supremacist neo-Nazis and KKK members who attended the Charlottesville rally and people like