Monday, April 16, 2018


Every pretense of objectivity gone, the media are now openly hostile to anything right of center. The press is no longer the fourth estate. It is in open warfare with the democratically elected administration of President Trump. A "tell all" book by fired director of the FBI James Comey is now offering further ammunition. 

UPDATE: Comey had his first interview since the release of his book. George Stephanopoulos threw him a few choice questions and then stuck to pearl clutching over what Comey did to Hillary. The man is a petty, vindictive, banal coward and the definition of a bigot: setting the universal moral standard for everyone. Shorter Comey: I know better than the American people who should be their President. Some lawyer should tell Comey to shut up. As a former FBI director he should know this like no other. Yet he's compulsively yapping. Fodder for a psychiatrist. Like any narcissist he's blind to his own failings.

April 15, 2018


This morning the President unleashed a Twitter storm on his former FBI director. The book is savaged by critics. The Democrats are trying to paint this banal, petty, revengeful man as a white hat who made a single fatal mistake: the re-opening of the investigation into Hillary's emails, which we now learn was an effort on his part to cleanse the first female President of a dark cloud over her tenure.

April 13, 2018


Excerpts of James "the Cardinal" Comey's tell all book have been released to the media. Apparently the petty sanctimonious rants do more harm to his own reputation than they hurt the President. Apparently there's nothing new in the book. KellyAnne Conway sums it up succinctly: "Comey is a disgruntled ex employee". Indeed, his petty personal attacks and moral pearl clutching are reminiscent of a woman scorned. He should have resigned if he so abhorred the character of the President. The latter destroyed his former FBI director in a matter of two tweets. The GOP, in a rare bout of defending their own, has opened a dedicated website: Memes making the rounds on social media are priceless!

In the meantime there's this in the gutter press:

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