FBI Director James Comey Abruptly Fired By President Trump

Well now, it looks as if the World’s Tallest Cuckold is now officially unemployed thanks to his own foolishness and incompetence in even the most simple instances – rack one positive up on the Trump checklist, guys.

From ABC News:

In addition to a statement (found here), the White House released the letter that Trump wrote directly to Comey dismissing him at the recommendation of the attorney general and the deputy attorney general, “effective immediately.”

“While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that you are not able to effectively lead the Bureau,” Trump wrote.

“It is essential that we find new leadership for the FBI that restores public trust and confidence in its vital law enforcement mission,” Trump’s letter states.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ letter to the president was also released, wherein he states that he has “concluded that a fresh start is needed at the leadership of the FBI.”

“It is essential that this Department of Justice clearly reaffirm its commitment to longstanding principles that ensure the integrity and fairness of federal investigations and prosecutions. The Director of the FBI must be someone who follows faithfully the rules and principles of the Department of Justice and who sets the right example for our law enforcement officials and others in the Department,” Sessions wrote.

In reality, we are seeing the results of month of subversion on the part of Comey, who essentially turned the final days of the 2016 Campaign into a circus that almost pushed Aggro Granny Hillary Clinton into the White House – not to mention the refusal to officially charge her during one of the most bizarre press conferences in FBI history.

His insistence on continuously pushing the Russian hacking conspiracy narrative has also been an obvious reason for the long-awaited drop of the termination hammer, although one is certainly left wondering why this wasn’t done sometime at the end of January.

And while I have been especially hard on Trump during the last month or so for his essential surrender to a Jewish cabal led by his own beady-eyed son-in-law, the fact remains that the Alt-Right is objective and fact-driven at its core, and we must therefore give praise and credit where it is due.

Maybe, and this is of course a stretch that would make Russian gymnasts scream in pain, we still have a situation where the President is still receptive to the words of those most reasonable – essentially Sessions and Bannon.

I mean, it was Sessions who evidently pushed for this gargantuan Patriotard careerist to be removed and tossed into a specially-constructed dumpster built for height and depth.

Now it’s time for Wall, deportations, and the firing (hopefully with criminal charges) of Kushner and Ivanka.

I know it’s just fantasy, but let a Nazi dream, won’t you?

28 Comments

  1. It’s a positive step, but only the first of many that Trump would have to take to win back my confidence. I will be very interested to see who he tabs as the replacement.

  2. You know what’s REALLY funny about Comey’s firing? He was on his way to a DIVERSITY event! Trump’s sense of humor at work?

  3. I have no sense of this, but, to say that : it has seemed, for at least a year, that James Comey was in over his head – way over his head.

    I don’t think James Comey was tempermentally cut out for that position.

    Of course, if he was an Obama appointee, he has to be immediately suspect.

  4. TRUMP & THE RED FLAG…

    I’m beginning to wonder if the whole last two months of Trump have been merely a Nathan Bedford Forrest-like charge, in two ways, theatre, this in order to get his opponents to stand down.

    When I see that just a day or two ago, Barbara Streisand is now calling for all to be nice and work with the Trump administration, and, as a whole, the reduced furor, I begin to think that things like bombing Syria and seeming to confront Czar Vlad, as well as seeming to sideline Bannon are, along with other gestures, Trump’s way of clearing the way for other things he would like to do – such as The Wall and more deportations.

    WARNING…

    Yes, I warn all who think that they have the final understanding of who Trump is and what he wants to be wary, for only he, and perhaps, a few in his midst, have any idea of what that is, or how he will arrive at it.

    JOHNNY UNITAS…

    In this, I reminded about the great Baltimore quarterback, Johnny Unitas, who saw surprise and deception as so vital to success, he often did not make up his mind which play he would call, until he called it.

    As one player later remarkt : ‘the defences could never read Johnny well, because nobody knew what he was going to do, not even he…’

  5. @juniusdaniel1828
    Very interesting comment.

    Another possibility is Trump’s base getting angry, has put a fire under his arse. Perhaps Whites are learning that blind obedience gets you nothing but dog biscuits.

  6. @RB…

    Thank you. You may very well be right. Really, I have no idea what is going on in the Trump Administration; which, I will note, is exactly how he has said he prefers things to be, when negotiating.

    All of which begs the question – when is Trump NOT negotiating?

    To those with open minds, especially those of us who have been very very disappointed by the last two months of this administration, the next several years might be with a roller coaster ride.

    Where we end up nobody knows…

  7. Comey the fall guy? On thing is certain: Hillary’s ugly puss will never darken the doorway of a prison cell.

  8. @More of The Same…

    ‘On thing is certain: Hillary’s ugly puss will never darken the doorway of a prison cell.’

    I don’t think Comey is anybody’s fall-guy, but, things just reacht a point of untenability for the president with him.

    You don’t have to be a fly on the wall to know this – Donald Trump loves everyone, until they oppose him. Then they are bad and must go.

    So, clearly something, maybe several things, happened along this line.

    Miss Hillary was never going to jail – despite the marvelously satisfying and theatrical thing Trump said about her during the debates.

    In the end, they were friends, and, one thing you can say about Trump – as long as someone is not standing in his way about something, he is very magnanimous and forgiving.

    No, Comey was standing in President Trump’s way. Will we ever learn what?

    If so, it will come from Comey, who would, if he tried to rehabilitate his reputation, attempt to portray himself as having nobly refused to compromise with President Trump on something.

  9. All the Comey firing does is give the ugly Jew politicians, and the ugly Roman Catholic politicians a reason to get their mugs on TV.

    Keep in mind that Comey is an Irish Roman Catholic politician as you watch any TV commentary.

    Trump should have fired Comey on day one, but, then the Jews & Catholics would have taken it out on Sessions making his nomination impossible.

  10. Krafty, what Protestant denomination isn’t just as anti-White as the Catholic Church?

  11. @More of The Same & Krafty…

    ‘What Protestant denomination isn’t just as anti-White as the Catholic Church?’

    ////////////////////////////////////////////////

    The Southern Baptist Convention.

    Why?

    Because, though it embraces integration and diversity, it rejects abortion, gay marriage, and female clergy.

    Thus, it still adheres to much of the tenets upon which our Southern society is built.

    And, of course, there is the shining example of The Eastern Orthodox Church (Cathiolick) which is making great inroads into the South.

  12. @Afterthought…

    ‘How do we know this was a good move? The Enemy is howling in agony!’

    You are so very wise!

    Try to get over yourself if you can…

  13. I’m ignorant of Ivanka Trump. I never paid much attention to her in anyway political. So…is this a wise decision on the part of her father to get her into the White House advisor capacity? Somebody set me straight here.

  14. Scratch that.

    The sandniggers always hide behind an aryan when it comes to fooling the goy.

    So it’s unlikely to be any guinea. Kelly from NYC is too sticky from fronting for the NYPD branch of the Mossad.

    It will be an ‘anglo’ type most likely, probably Gowdy to fool Southerners the best.

    • But if, by some random chance, we get someone not a Neo-Con, cuck, faggot, closet baby-rapist, etc…, then we may, just may, have some hope on the horizon.

      We’ll see, though.

  15. James Comey’s deputy, Andrew McCabe, will take over the law enforcement agency. McCabe’s wife is a Democrat who ran for the state senate in 2015 in Virginia, before he was promoted to the FBI’s No. 2 position.
    Terry McAullife, the Virginia governor and a close friend of both the Clintons, directed $675,000 Jill McCabe’s way for her campaign.
    The Virginia governor’s political action committee, Common Good VA, spent $467,000 on her losing campaign. The state Democratic Party gave her nearly $208,000.

  16. @Mr. Cicero…

    But if, by some random chance, we get someone not a Neo-Con, cuck, faggot, closet baby-rapist, etc…, then we may, just may, have some hope on the horizon.

    We’ll see, though.’

    Good point. There’s always that possibility, although, probably Miss Denise is going to be right…

    • Yeah…

      She usually is.

      At least, if Trump is truly being manipulated/blackmailed behind the scenes, I’d like to see him fall facing his enemy than groveling like a spineless cuck.

  17. The Deputy AG wanted him gone, it appears that Sessions is just signing off on Rosenstein’s call here.

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