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Bolton: Comey ‘Should Have Been Fired’; He Should Bring Clinton Indictment or Be Silent

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“I thought he should have been fired on January 20th. I thought his press conference in July where he talked about the Clinton email case was inappropriate, contrary to Department of Justice guidelines. He shouldn’t have done that.” Former UN Ambassador John Bolton

Bingo.

President Trump ought to bring Ambassador Bolton on board his administration — Bannon could use a battle-ready warrior like him. I suspect that eventually Trump will. He needs him.

Listen to the John Bolton interview here.

Bolton: Comey ‘Should Have Been Fired’; He Should Bring Clinton Indictment or Be Silent

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Thursday.

[…]

Said Bolton on Comey, “I thought he should have been fired on January 20th. I thought his press conference in July where he talked about the Clinton email case was inappropriate, contrary to Department of Justice guidelines. He shouldn’t have done that.”

 “He shouldn’t have sent the letter in October,” Bolton continued. “The rule for prosecutors and investigators, alike, should be you either bring an indictment against somebody, or you remain silent publicly. I think this whole thing is about the greater glory of Jim Comey.”

He also said he thinks Comey is hurting the FBI and the administration should take a close look at the Inspector General’s report on the matter when it’s finished.

 

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  • Suresh

    Not sure why Trump continues with that fraud Comey. He wants a crooked Left/Liberal Democrat Hillary lackey as FBI Director ?

    And what do you do when Top media companies and online companies like facebook , twitter and Now Google join the Islamofascist gang http://tinyurl.com/lgp28rs

    Unless conservatives fight back it will get worse.

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  • Dean

    There are many good reasons to fire Comey, but why does Bolton leave out Trump and Sessions. Comey has no authority to indict Hillary and there is overwhelming evidence provided to the public by Comey under oath that she violated the Espionage Act thousands of times, and I am not ignoring the violations of the Clinton Foundation, so why hasn’t the Trump/Sessions admin indicted her. Sessions has full authority to ask a grand jury for an indictment and is not controlled by the Comey recommendation, meaning opinion, in July 2016. I like Bolton but he is taking advantage of Comey’s unpopularity while still playing a political game of his own.

    • Mrs Macron

      Something weird going on for sure. If Hillary sets up this PAC “onward together” and starts stirring up trouble, Trump will hit her. I don’t know if he wants his presidency stained by trying to put her away; indeed it may happen but I don’t think it is his priority. Rice may go down, the patsy for Obama.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        Why would anyone’s presidency be “stained” by trying to put away a corrupt, criminal career politician?

        • Mrs Macron

          I see your point but she just is not his priority.

      • Dean

        Trump already indicated he would give Hillary a pass on her past wrongdoing so my comment was more rhetorical regarding Bolton’s suggestion since i already knew the answer, However I am not sure how going after her would work out with independents while his opposition attacks everything anyway. I think that Trump just doesn’t want to be seen as vindictive. Rice seems to be Obama’s primary weapon in the spying scandal but I am not too optimistic that she can be touched, except with criticism and blame for unethical abuses of the anti-espionage laws. It was a ready made flaw in those laws that they could easily get wiretaps of foreigners that Trump or his team were talking with and collect their conversations as “incidental”. It is interesting that widespread unethical or criminal collection of those conversations has netted zero proof of Russian/Trump collusion.

        • Mrs Macron

          There was no collusion, it’s farcical. But so much money was funnelled into the Clinton Foundation surely they need to explain their loss. You’re right about Rice, I can’t see anything that would take her down. Still a massive apparatus at the NSA…

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            They did NOT lose! Clinton won the popular vote by almost three million votes! In most any other nation she would be president. The problem is our archaic Electoral College. This needs to be thrown out so the people can elect who they wish by a majority popular vote. Presently, the American people cannot elect who they wish for POTUS. Why is there no rebellion against this archaic and totally unfair system? The Electoral College does NOT represent democracy!

          • sodacrackers2

            We are a republic. Democracy is not mob rule. Hillary lost, get over it!

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            What mob ruled? Are you calling any opposition to your way “mob rule?” Clinton won the popular vote by almost three million votes. Is your vote more valuable than the votes of these three million citizens? A primary reason we are a “nation divided,” as is repeated on TV news every three minutes, is that people like you do not respect the value of the votes of other citizens. You demand that your vote carry more weight and be considered more valuable than the votes of other citizens.

          • sodacrackers2

            There, there, I think your vote was extremely valuable, and I know your feelings are hurt because you were just so darn sure that your gal had it in the bag. However, you lost, so get over it!

          • Mrs Macron

            Clinton LOST. LOST. She is a LOSER. If she had got out and talked to the people and strategised her campaign in line with a path to 280 she may have had a shot. Her people were stupid and lazy, as was she. They did not have their eye on the ball. But, if she’d won the electoral college and lost the popular vote I’m sure the electoral college would be just swell with you.

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            No, it would NOT! It’s archaic and needs to go! I supported Trump more than Clinton. However, we are dealing with a principle. That principle is equal value of all votes. I DON’T want the votes of people from Wyoming to be worth more than those from California. The people of New York and California are forced to pay for the Interstate Highway System and much more in Wyoming, North Dakota, etc., but the people in those less populated states have more valuable votes. This is unfair taxation without fair representation! When we have another draft, let’s have Wyoming provide as many draftees as California! Look beyond your nose and see the unfairness and inequities in the present system.

          • Mrs Macron

            Hey I couldn’t care less about the Electoral College. It’s very tough for Republicans actually. But don’t tell me Clinton won the election.

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            Things will not change to permit a fair and equitable election as long as citizens “couldn’t care less.” Sorry, Clinton won the popular vote by almost three million votes! So she actually won the election, but the archaic Electoral College process does not recognize the majority vote of the citizens.

          • Mrs Macron

            Candidates campaign to win in accordance with the rules of the game. Trump campaigned to win the electoral college and won, despite everything going against him. You wanted Hillary to win, but she was lazy and weak, and she LOST. Go on and campaign for a change to the rules. They favour Democrats now as it stands, so you will be alone I think.

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            I repeat, Clinton won the popular vote by almost three million votes. The majority of the citizens clearly wanted her. My campaign is for majority rule and for the majority to win. Why do you want some citizens to be worth more than others in the vote process?

          • Oh No We’ve Won….

            Go on then, start your big campaign for the end of the electoral college. What are you like 4 years old?

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            No, I am five years old now! I received my PHD when I was four and one-half! I am now writing another dissertation on voting inequities and disparities. Apparently you want some votes to have a value of 50%, or perhaps 75%, while yours will be valued at 125% or perhaps 150%. Probably you would oppose minorities voting at full value, and would assign them a value of 50%, if any at all. Obviously you view yourself as more important than other citizens. Would you agree to be a subject of the research and provide detailed information?

          • Oh No We’ve Won….

            Look, you go and do your dissertation and waste all your money 💰. What job would you expect to get after university?? If you feel so strongly about it then do something. If Trump was running a campaign with different rules like a popular vote, he would have won that election also. It’s just a different system. Campaign for change. Waste of your life and time. Trust me. I recommend you recalibrate your degree to something that promises you get some sort of meaningful employment.

          • drummie

            Explain how it does not? Why should NY, LA,
            SF and a very few others dictate to the rest of the nation who should be in office? You have super majorities of liberals in those locations and they should tell the majority of the country who will be in office? The Electoral College was created to protect this nation from just this scenario. Go read history and learn about how our system works, it is NOT a Democracy, it is a democratic Republic. Don’t like it? Amend the constitution or go somewhere else. Simple as that. Whining because you didn’t get your way is no reason to change the constitution.

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            Quite a logical thought process you have there! So the majority should not be able to dictate to the rest of the nation who should be in office? You want a society where a minority rules, right? You want a system where another’s vote is worth far more or far less than yours, right? The next time we have a draft, let’s make sure that your state of Wyoming provides MORE draftees than California. What you want is for YOUR candidate to win, and NO one else! You would make a good dictator!

          • drummie

            Go read the constitution. The electoral college was created for just the situation we have still. A very small minority of high population ares should not be able to dictate to the the majority of states what happens. We are NOT a democracy, we are a constitutional republic. Go learn the difference. Speak from an informed position, not a knee jerk one.

          • Annette Hinkle

            Wonder how many of those three million votes were illegals, dead people, voting twice, etc? Cheating doesn’t always win!! PTL!!!

          • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

            Provide some proof! Do you work for a “fake” news organization?

          • crbynum

            CharlesWilliamMorganJr, give it a rest. Trump is president and Hillary will never be. Simple as that.

    • Michael Garfinkel

      I like Bolton but he is taking advantage of Comey’s unpopularity while still playing a political game of his own.

      And you know this how?

      And what “political game” is Bolton playing?

      • Dean

        Hillary can still be indicted for everything but that responsibility is now on Trump and Sessions, not Comey. Comey botched the investigation and was forced to make a bad recommendation on her indictment, but it wasn’t his responsibility or authority then or now. He was just the cop, not the prosecutor. I have no problem with Comey being fired however by piling on Comey but by leaving Trump and Sessions out of the discussion of Hillary’s fate he is still playing for a position in Trump’s administration. Holding Hillary responsible for what she has done didn’t end with Comey’s involvement or recommendation but both sides are making him a scapegoat and diversion for everything.

        • Michael Garfinkel

          You’re right, although Sessions is most likely waiting for the NY FBI office to complete their investigation of the Clinton foundation.

          I agree entirely that the responsibility to proceed rests with the Justice Department.

          However, as I recall, Bolton was asked specifically about Comey, and his response was cogent and to the point.

          I would withhold judgement about ulterior motives.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Eventually this whole mess will boil over, it will do a lot of damage to those who are bystanders.

  • cylde

    There was a plausible reason not to ask Lynch to prosecute lying hillary but there is no reason not to proceed now. She will get a fair trial and most of hr partners in srime as well.

  • CharlesWilliamMorganJr

    Comey most definitely needs to be fired, and quickly. He went beyond his job description to fix the election. He has shown very poor judgement and lied to Congress. He is an actor, and has NO place in the FBI!

  • Alleged Comment

    He is a Comey(nist). Just like Hillaryous. You must remove this phony. Why is not the FBI rank and file not rebelling at this useless phony boss of theirs?

    Are they Comey(nist) too?

  • Drew the Infidel

    At this stage of the game, it is never too late to “show him the gate”.

  • iprazhm

    The fact he wasn’t charged for his crimes proves how corrupt Congress really is. Blatant syndicated criminal activities in the face of the entire world. Michele Bachmann was right when she coined Washington a ‘gangster’ government, during Obama’s reign. But under the misleaderships of Paul Ryan Speaker of the House and Mitch McConnell Senate Majority Leader, little has changed.

  • Gordon Miller

    Comey did not do his job. The was ample evidence that Hillary violated the statute at issue, but Comey twisted the meaning of same to hold Hillary harmless. He should have been fired and Hillary should have been indicted. Oh…. I forgot; Loretta Lynch would never have approved a recommendation to indict Hillary. Talk about corrupt politicians!

  • Proud Jewish Journalist admits Hollywood is run by the Jews:
    http://articles.latimes.com/2008/dec/19/opinion/oe-stein19

    The last sentence of this article is very important, listen what the Jew has to say:

    “But I don’t care if Americans think we’re running the news media, Hollywood, Wall Street or the government. I just care that we get to keep running them.”

    Jewish Magazine admits that Hollywood is owned by Jews:
    http://www.dailystormer.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Moment-magazine580.jpg

    This is the Cover of “Moment” in August 1996.

  • Stephen Honig

    My advice to Trump is: Press charges against Hillary or find another job. Yes. I will call it an ultimatum.

  • Ron Cole

    We need to send this dude` ette
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/82a3472f1354ddf3460cdb18f9f23d7ca8ac111b0d1f39d1ea3c20cecca58642.jpg

    to Club Gitmo for some of that rekown water therapy.
    We just might discover what Enemy or Enema`media jerks its strings.

  • Badger

    I thought Bolton was in Trump’s administration?

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