Don Surber: James Comey killed The Resistance https://t.co/nEg7goE4oN— DeplorableDonSurber (@donsurber) June 11, 2017
How Comey deliberately misled the public to think that the president was under investigation: https://t.co/n5iA91BfjY— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) June 10, 2017
...More fundamentally, what is the “public interest” in misleading the public? If you know that what you are about to say is going to lead people to believe the president of the United States is under investigation (as it did), and you know for a fact that the president of the United States is not under investigation (as Comey did), why make the statement? And if it was important enough to tell Congress that Trump was not under investigation so that Congress would not be misled, what conceivable reason is there not to tell the public — especially when you must know that withholding this critical detail will make it much more difficult for the president to deal with foreign leaders and marshal political support for his domestic agenda? The fact that President Trump was not under investigation did not get out until Trump finally put it out himself. That was in the May 9 letter that informed FBI director Comey that he was removed from office: “I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation.”...
Don Surber: Comey the Clown show in 13 postshttps://t.co/d6pVOFxzat— DeplorableDonSurber (@donsurber) June 10, 2017
...So there you have all that build up -- all that speculation -- all that hope that President Trump is finally going down as Law Newz (like most of the rest of the media) made James Comey out to be pure as driven snow....
So at the end of the day, even though Comey's exonerated President Trump of any wrongdoing, the news fakers in the press still think President Trump should be impeached, this time for Failure to Prosecute.
Parts of Comey's Thursday Senate testimony were seen by 89 million people on Facebook. 19.5 million watched on TV.— Axios (@axios) June 10, 2017