Was Comey Lying then or Now?

Much has been made about the possibility that former FBI Director James Comey may have written some troublesome memos detailing President Trump’s impact into the FBI investigation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

Liberals seem to be wishin’ and a-prayin’ that the memos contain some damning information that could bring down the Trump administration, but the truth is far more likely that the memos contain nothing more than the President’s plea for mercy for his friend. If that.

How do we know that there isn’t a bombshell waiting in the wings? Because if the President had attempted to impede the investigation and Comey didn’t report it immediately… Comey would have committed a federal felony and would be facing serious jail time.

But… we also know that the President didn’t try to unduly influence the Flynn investigation because Comey has testified, under oath, in the past about this very subject.

So. Which James Comey are we supposed to believe? The one who swore under oath that no one had ever tried to stop him from investigating anyone, including Michael Flynn. Or the just fired political crony who is upset that he’s lost his job and is looking for scapegoats?

I believe the guy from early May who didn’t have an axe to grind… yet.

Townhall’s Guy Benson noticed the the problem earlier today as well:



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