On Oct. 28, 2013, President Barack Obama and James Comey participate in the installation ceremony for Mr. Comey as FBI director at the bureau’s Washington headquarters. PHOTO: CHARLES DHARAPAK/ASSOCIATED PRESS
“For years, I dreamed of an end to talk of Russian collusion. Decades, even. Sadly, it never, ever came.”
Those are the feared words of my autobiography.
Written when I’m 97…
…as I hear MSNBC discuss the investigation by nursing home legend and Lifespan-World-Record-Holder Robert Mueller
It just can never end. It just can’t.
So what of the man who started it all, under whose watch was initiated Operation Crossfire Hurricane?
Here’s a bit of interesting info, perhaps: According to filings by the Federal Election Commission, so far this year, James Comey and his wife have contributed nearly $20,000 to Democrats.
Comey got canned within four months of Trump taking the White House, and he’s been outspokenly proud to be magnanimously anti-MAGA.
In fact, he’s called on America to decimate The Donald.
From a December appearance in New York City:
“All of us should use every breath we have to make sure the lies stop on January 20, 2021.”
So here’s how some of his donations break down:
Comey’s wife, Patrice, gave the same amount to Kamala Harris, with an additional $2.8K going to her primary campaign.
Patrice also threw $1,000 to Emily’s List — a liberal PAC supporting pro-choice candidates.
As for that scandalous night when Donald J. snagged the most powerful position on earth, Patrice wanted Hillary Clinton to win — as she confided George Stephanopoulos — “really badly.”
Things used to be a fair bit different: James was, at a time, a Republican.
He once gave wads of dough to male 2008 and 2012 hopefuls — John McCain and Mitt Romney.
As I said, things have definitely changed.
Bonus, from The Washington Free Beacon:
Patrice gave a $10,000 contribution to the Fair Fight PAC, a committee linked to failed Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, in mid-May. Abrams recently pushed $1.2 million from the PAC to Fair Fight Action, an affiliated dark money group that is ramping up voter-related initiatives for the 2020 elections.
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