James Comey just buried himself on national TV, yet we are still waiting for the mainstream media to get the news out.
While making an appearance on “The View” to tout his new book, Comey flat out admitted that both he and Andrew McCabe, his second in command, lied.
Did He Really Say That?
Comey was sitting down with the liberal-slanted panel on “The View” discussing his new book.
The one conservative voice, Meghan McCain, then hit him with a question about the lying that took place in the FBI.
She specifically brought up the fact that McCabe was fired for lying several times.
Comey tried to defend McCabe, but actually buried both of them.
Trying to protect McCabe’s reputation, Comey stated, “The McCabe case illustrates what an organization that’s committed to the truth looks like.”
A great start, but then he dropped the bomb…
“Good people lie. I lay out in the book – I think I’m a good person – where I’ve lied.”
“I still believe Andrew McCabe is a good person, but the Inspector General found that he lied.”
You can see the full exchange in the video below:
Trust Is Gone
Without knowing it, Comey proved we simply cannot believe a single word that comes out of his mouth.
Once a person has been proven to be deceitful, it is virtually impossible to trust that person ever again.
How do we know when he was lying and telling the truth under oath?
There is little doubt Comey had an agenda when he was the Director of the FBI.
He wanted and was hoping Hillary would become president.
That being the case, how many truths were stretched when he was testifying about the Hillary email scandal?
This single statement from Comey should be more than enough to re-open the investigation into Hillary.
This time, though, let’s have someone lead the investigation that is truly impartial and that has not made up his or her mind months before the last piece of evidence has been gathered.