Oh boohoo, James Comey says people lie; like we needed the Senate Intelligence Committee to tells us that

The crucial detail of the Trump/Comey conversation was whether Mr. Comey was told by Trump to stop the Russia investigation. Here, what the Trumpster said is a little ambiguous. He said, “I hope you can see your way to letting this go.” Supremely not smart, but hardly rises to an impeachable offense, because Comey is asserting he is some sort of mind reader, and knows for a certainty what the Trumpster meant. Instead of Comey, he should refer to himself as Carnac the Magnificent. The only element missing in this schtick was Comey with a envelope to his forehead with the correct answer. Which begs the fact when Trump says he is a nationalist, he now maintains he’s a globalist. Indeed, he has flip-flopped on pretty much most of his campaign pledges. Which is to say, there is a good deal of evidence that Donald himself isn’t sure what he means when he opens his yapper. But why should we worry about Trump’s lies, when Barack Obama clearly lied to the American people about whether they would be able to keep their then present health insurance under ObamaCare. Clearly a lie. And what about James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, lying under oath about whether we were spying on American citizens in violation of FISA law. And the whopper to end all whoppers was Hillary Clinton maintaining she “never received nor sent any material that was marked classified” on her private email server while secretary of state. Proven to be a falsehood by Comey’s FBI no less. But what about the big enchilada whether the Russians were indeed hacking and attempting to ifluence our election? Not surprisingly, no mention of that because there is no evidence, and hence no collusion between Trump and the Russians. That fairy tale was concocted by the Democratic National Committee to provide a cover-up yarn for the murder of Seth Conrad Rich, the actual Democrat leaker to WikiLeaks of the DNC emails.

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