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    From Russia With Stupidity

    Post  sinister_midget on Sat Jun 10, 2017 5:59 pm

    From Russia With Stupidity

    That towering doofus James Comey crushed the spirits of millions of democracy-hating geebos when, trapped by his own prior testimony, he was forced to admit the truth on national television. And that truth, as those of us not caught up in the whirlpool of Menschian insanity and liberal wishcasting all know, is that the whole Russia thing is a wheelbarrow of fresh Schumer squeezed out by Hillary and her minions in order to create a narrative – any narrative – that would hide the bitter truth. We rejected her, and now we’re rejecting the Russia idiocy too.

    Poor Comey, having to contort his grossly-elongated body into something like a pose of victimhood in front of the unforgiving glare of the TV lights. And all the time watched by eager, credulous resisters, taking their day off from their usual routine of sponging and posing, and gathering at mid-day to view the proceedings from lame urban bars with dorky names like “The Peculiar Muskrat & Sons,” while clutching cucumber-infused IPAs and sipping twee mixed drinks specially-formulated so that their femboy imbibers don’t start crying because they taste actual alcohol.

    Where were the TREASON BOMBSHELLS OF TREASON!!!!!!!!!!! they were promised? Probably somewhere near the jobs they were promised they’d get with their degrees in Intersectional Feminist Marketing or Gender Neutral Namibian Poetry that they took out $250,000 in loans to pay for.

    Comey’s opinion of his own rectitude is formidable – he’s the only honest guy there is, you know – and he loves to be seen furrowing his brow under the crushing weight of his own goodness in a way Ben Sasse no doubt envies during those moments when Senator Sanctimony isn’t busy grinning like a moron at liberal media jerks’ racial epithets. However, similarly exaggerated is Comey’s opinion of himself as a cunning bureaucratic player. He thinks he’s the King of the DC Power Gamers; instead, he’s more like that feckless Games of Thrones prince who ends up losing his Harry Reid.

    Obviously Trump wanted the fact that he was not being investigated out there – and not at all unreasonably. But Comey – who sucks up to liberals like a New York City mosquito – had no interest in helping his boss pass the agenda he was elected to pass by removing the lie that was holding him back. No, Comey and his cabal wanted that lie left hanging in the air, a poisonous cloud that would choke out these upstart, swamp-draining interlopers.

    Comey’s lame excuse? “Well, I can’t tell the truth that the president wasn’t being investigated because maybe it’s theoretically possible that someday he might be investigated, and then I’d have to tell the truth a second time. Better to never tell the truth at all.”

    Trump wasn’t buying it, especially since Comey and his suitemates, as Marco Rubio pointed out, managed to leak everything about the investigation except the one thing that would help the president they hated and who he sought to undercut on behalf of his political string-pullers. And in doing so, Comey identified himself as just another Deep State scumbag, bereft of the manly virtues of honesty, loyalty, and patriotism. In other words, he’s just another hack liberal.

    Comey’s plan to protect himself from the man the American people elected and invested with the power to fire his useless, freakishly high rear-end, was to pull the most hackneyed of hackneyed moves. Whenever he finished talking to the president, he immediately sat down to type out a CYA memo to file and then tried to implicitly impress upon the president that the actual chief executive better not dare to cross His Comeyness or else…

    Well, J. Edgar Loser was no match for his trans-curious predecessor in either bureaucratic knife-fighting or amusing perversions.

    No, he tried to bluff Trump, and Trump called him, and Comey went home wearing a barrel. Trump unceremoniously fired Señor Sanctimony like the half-stepping bureaucratic hack Comey has always been. “Yeah, you know that nice office you had? The Marshals are packing it up. Don’t come back. Go ahead and drop your key card in the mail.”

    That was the best part. At first it was puzzling. But it makes sense if you consider Trump wanted to make sure anything of substance was protected. Can't call Comey up, tell him he's fired and to clean out his desk, then expect any evidence (if there was some) to be left behind. This way he'd have to show up without an entry pass and get handed a box with his stuff in it. Anything not already removed, shredded or put into a dumpster where a Sandy Burglar-like person could "find" it later would be too late.

    I'm betting there was some stuff, too. Probably some that incriminates other people, not just Homey Comey.

    Comey faced a number of problems in attaining his objective of exacting revenge on Donald Trump for calling his goofy bluff. Comey’s first problem was particularly daunting: Trump didn’t do anything wrong and everyone knows it. There was never any cavorting with the Russians – that was a lie and a scam and that is why the Trump/Russia narrative has morphed from TRUMP IS TAKING ORDERS FROM PUTIN TREASON TREASON TREASON!!!!!!!! to “Well, Trump should not have expressed a vague hope that the Flynn investigation would be concluded favorably because we feel he shouldn’t have for some reason.”

    So, we were treated to the embarrassing spectacle of Comey, trapped by his unequivocal, televised pre-canning testimony, still trying to throw shade on Trump by claiming that, despite his failure to report it or testify previously to this hideous alleged obstruction, Trump gave him some sad feelz.

    Who cares if his actions are tearing this country apart – and who knows where that terrifying slippery slope might bottom out? Comey has sad feelz, so the hell with the country.

    Of course, all this nonsense stems from sad feelz, particularly Felonia von Pantsuit’s sad feelz. Comey was too much of a hack and a coward to do his job with her, which started his downfall. He had a reputation before then but, of course, that was before most of us outside the beltway knew what a loathsome, backstabbing, freakishly large little man he really is.

    Well, we all know the truth now. James Comey’s reputation is shattered, and all by his own doing. And there is a certain sweetness in knowing that the man Comey hated, despised, and considered his moral and intellectual inferior, is the one who broke him.



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    Re: From Russia With Stupidity

    Post  JJRobinson on Sun Jun 11, 2017 7:45 am

    It amazes me on how fast these people can write a book....Where do they find the time, between hearings and stuff... Shocked
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    Post  sinister_midget on Sun Jun 11, 2017 10:27 am

    Most of them don't.

    Do you think Mrs. Bill Clinton could write a book? With anything in it other than "me, myself, I?"

    Do you think Hussein Obama can write a book? A guy who can read a teleprompter very well (somebody else writes it) but can't put together a sentence that either takes less than 5 minutes to annunciate (uh..uh..uh..uh..uh..uh..uh..uh) or one that is coherent by the time you get to a spot where a period should be? (i.e. "If we turn on each other based on divisions of race or religion [long pause] ififififififififif if we if we fall for...ya know...a bunch of...........okie doke...just because i.i.i.i ya know i.i.i.it's uh......ya know i.i.i.it...sounds funny er......")

    These people pay people to write "their" books. Barry's previous book was written by a terrorist. The next one will probably be written by another terrorist. Maybe one of his buddies in ISIS (or, as he prefers to call them because he agrees with their motives, ISIL).

    He's not the only self-writing author, but if you want to see someone's books who does the research himself, writes it himself, edits it himself and begins on the next one before the current one is finished, read some Mark Levin books. He's non-stop. He almost has no family life because he spends so much time on it.

    But these "brilliant" clowns who make millions from "writing" books - particularly the ones who are completely untested because they've never, ever had one published before in their lives, like Barry's husband, Michelle - use ghosts to do all of the writing. All they do is tell the real writers a few anecdotes, lies, fairy tales and twists, then the writers make the phonies sound like skilled authors.

    Sometimes they even read the books before going to signings and on book tours. Most of them, particularly people like Mrs. Bill Clinton, get bullet points they can talk about. Often they do like Jim Wright did when he was speaker of the House and talk about something else. (He sold a ton of books that he "wrote" to some union or another, and they paid him a lot of money to buy the books and give the union a speech that they expected to be stories about his life in politics. He did his speech about awful Republicans and making sure unions would get more money instead of whatever the book was supposedly about. Which was good because all of the books on the pallet were totally blank. They had covers, but inside were hundreds of pages of nothing. Which was what his speech really was about anyway. I'm pretty sure those were all of the copies of those books ever sold. He made a lot of money for "writing" it, then received full hardcover price for each copy the union got on the pallet.)


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