Donald Trump’s illegitimate presidency continues to create more questions than answers. The most recent situation is a continuation of the investigation into the close relationship between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the center of the story are two men; FBI Director James Comey, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Have these two men conspired in an attempt to cover up the facts? Although Sessions has now recused himself from the investigation, prior to this action, what did he and Comey discuss?
What has been overlooked is Comey’s close relationship between himself and Trump. Comey has leaked information to Trump in advance of investigations, and has refused to cooperate with Congress.
“In order for us to do our investigation in a thorough and credible way, we’re going to need the FBI to fully cooperate… to fully tell us the length and breadth of any counterintelligence investigations they are conducting,” Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, told reporters after emerging from a classified meeting with Comey. “At this point the director was not willing to do that.”
Much of science is speculative and debatable, but mathematics is not; one and one will always make two. A peripheral look at Comey and his actions confirm that his is loyal to Trump, and not the American people. The facts began to be exposed when Comey announced a new investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server just eleven days before the election. The following day poll numbers changed drastically. Add this fact to the confirmation that Putin interfered in our election, and the media’s double standard for Trump and Hillary, and the election has now been proven to be ‘rigged.’
There can no longer be any doubt that Comey serves Trump. He must resign if he is leading a ‘secret police force’ for Trump, and not serving the American people.
The Trump administration is filled with corruption. How far will Republicans allow him to go? How long will they allow him to violate the Constitution? Demand more from your government.
By James Turnage
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