James Comey: The FBI director who knew too little

He sure can channel Sgt. Schultz when it’s convenient.

For somebody who was the FBI director at the time, James Comey really didn’t seem to know much or have had much of a sense of curiosity (if we’re to believe what he says).

Comey was the head of the largest intel agency in the world but when it comes to a fairly basic question, suddenly he’s Sgt. Schultz from Hogan’s Heroes:

It’s also worth noting that Comey doesn’t consider slipping a private conversation to a friend with media connections with the intent of sneaking it into news reports without his name connected to it to be “leaking”:

Gee, it sure sounded like a leak the way Comey described it to Congress:

Much of this interview is like a broken abacus — it doesn’t add up:

Author: Doug Powers

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