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Everyone is making such a big deal over the firing of James Comey. First of all, everyone hated him — shils from both parties. Second of all, Trump doesn’t have ‘Russian ties’. That’s fake news. Thirdly, Trump is Mcfooling all of you stupid politcal bird-brains — pissing off the libtards and giving red meat to the conservatards; meanwhile, he’s about to send more troops to Afghanistan.

All of you will have an opinion. This is mine: it’s a distraction and a gigantic nothing-burger.

Here are some quick hits on the topic.

Comey shit-canned whilst making a speech to employees, introduced to the idea by media reports. Severely beat the fuck down.

China’s official propaganda outlet adds levity to the situation.

Sen. Burrrrrrrrrrr is ‘troubled’.

Hillary Clinton should be nervous. This is the primary reason the AG’s office recommended Comey’s dismissal.

“I cannot defend [Comey’s] handling of the conclusion of the investigation of Sec. Clinton’s emails.”

Bill Clinton is a rapist. He was the last and only President to fire an FBI director.

Here was the NY Times article from 1993.

WASHINGTON, July 19— President Clinton today dismissed William S. Sessions, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who had stubbornly rejected an Administration ultimatum to resign six months after a harsh internal ethics report on his conduct.
Mr. Clinton said he would announce his nominee to replace Mr. Sessions on Tuesday. He was expected to pick Judge Louis J. Freeh of Federal District Court in Manhattan; officials said Judge Freeh had impressed Mr. Clinton favorably on Friday at their first meeting.
Mr. Clinton, explaining his reasons for removing Mr. Sessions, effective immediately, said, “We cannot have a leadership vacuum at an agency as important to the United States as the F.B.I. It is time that this difficult chapter in the agency’s history is brought to a close.” Defiant to the End
But in a parting news conference at F.B.I. headquarters after Mr. Clinton’s announcement, a defiant Mr. Sessions — his right arm in a sling as a result of a weekend fall — railed at what he called the unfairness of his removal, which comes nearly six years into his 10-year term.
“Because of the scurrilous attacks on me and my wife of 42 years, it has been decided by others that I can no longer be as forceful as I need to be in leading the F.B.I. and carrying out my responsibilities to the bureau and the nation,” he said. “It is because I believe in the principle of an independent F.B.I. that I have refused to voluntarily resign.”
Mr. Clinton said that after reviewing Mr. Sessions’s performance, Attorney General Janet Reno had advised him that Mr. Sessions should go. “After a thorough review by the Attorney General of Mr. Sessions’s leadership of the F.B.I., she has reported to me in no uncertain terms that he can no longer effectively lead the bureau.”
Despite the President’s severe tone, he seemed to regret having to force Mr. Sessions from his post. He said he had hoped that the issue could be settled at the Justice Department without the necessity of using his authority to dismiss the Director, who has a 10-year term but may be removed by the President at any time.
But Mr. Sessions’s intransigence had festered into an awkward situation for Mr. Clinton.
A Republican stranded in a Democratic Administration, Mr. Sessions was appointed to head the F.B.I. by President Ronald Reagan in 1987 amid the turmoil of the Iran-contra affair. Mr. Sessions arrived as a respected judge from San Antonio, but after five and a half years in office, he leaves with his star fallen, his agency adrift and his support at the F.B.I. all but drained away. Troubled Tenure
He served under four Attorneys General, and each complained privately about his absentee management style, his frequent traveling — often to unimportant events — and his inability to take command.
During Mr. Sessions’s tenure, the F.B.I. has struggled to redefine its mission, which has shifted focus dramatically with the collapse of the Soviet empire.

Comey brought ‘disrepute’ to the agency.

Krauthammer ponders why this was done with ‘malice’.

Schumer chimps out, calls for special prosecutor due to MUH Russia.

Sen. Blumenthal calls the firing ‘Nixonion.’

Sen. Warner calls this shit ‘outrageous’.

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