Federal Bureau Of Incontinence: Sunday’s Comic

A Reasonable Prosecution Of James Comey

In June 8th’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, James Comey admitted to leaking his private memos to The New York Times.

We still don’t know who leaked the transcript of a call between General Flynn and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak to the same paper. Nor do we know the identity of the “Justice Department officials” who leaked the existence of meetings between Jeff Sessions and ambassador Kislyak to the Washington Post.

It is presumed that Susan Rice, or someone else in the Obama administration, was responsible for the Flynn leak. But that is not confirmed.

Was the leak in the swamp coming from the FBI all along? It’s possible. Mark Felt, a.k.a. Deep Throat, was Woodward and Bernstein’s source and the FBI’s second-in-command during Watergate —just saying.

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4 Comments on "Federal Bureau Of Incontinence: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. I say “Federal Bureau of Incompetence!”

  2. Is it any wwonder they haven’t caught any of those guilty of leakes.

  3. Devilsown | June 18, 2017 at 9:20 am |

    It should be labeled, “The Department of Just Us.”

  4. Trump is to blame as much as Comey. Given Comey`s aberrant behavior regarding the Hilary investigation for mishandling classified info and the Clinton Foundation financial improprieties, Trump should have fired him on day one and had a replacement on deck if not already approved by the Senate. Triump was apparently too busy with stupid tweets and his W H staff were spending too much time leaking to the NYT and the Wash. Post, for God`s sake, both of which used the info to undermine Trump.

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