Fired FBI Director James Comey is feeling the heat.

On Friday, he fired off a tweet accusing Attorney General William Barr of “sliming his own Department.” He added, “If there are bad facts, show us, or search for them professionally and then tell us what you found. An AG must act like the leader of the Department of Justice, an organization based on truth. Donald Trump has enough spokespeople.”

Jim, you know there are bad facts, and the Attorney General is searching for them professionally. And, when the investigation is over, he will tell us what he’s found. Here’s a word of advice: You are no longer in the driver’s seat. It may not be the wisest thing to continue lashing out at the man who may determine your fate.

Twelve minutes later, obviously in a state of high anxiety, he sent off a second tweet, this one directed at President Trump. He wrote: “The president claiming the FBI’s investigation was “TREASON“ reminds me that a Russian once said, “A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” That shouldn’t happen in America. Who will stand up?”

Kind of like how “salacious and unverified stories” from a bogus dossier become the truth if they are told often enough?

The Daily Caller’s Virginia Kruta notes that the quote, “”A lie told often enough becomes the truth,” which Comey said came from “a Russian,” has actually been attributed to both Communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin and Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.”

Just saying, it’s funny that Comey would quote communist Vladimir Lenin. Guess he remembered it from the 70s when he was a communist. (I posted about that here.)