Well it’s lyin’ time again, you’re gonna peeve me
I can see that scheming twinkle in your eyes
I can tell because I see your lips are moving
That it won’t be long before it’s lyin’ time
Now they say narcissism is a disease
And it’s apparent that it dominates your life
Well you’re tearing down your country, won’t you stop please?
And go back to pestering your wife?
Oh it’s trying crime again, you’re gonna grieve me
I can see the dollar signs behind your eyes
I can tell by your hateful policies and lies
That it won’t be long before you turn again to crime
Now you say that you are smarter than your yes-men
That you’re gonna fire another one today
But you’ve got a golf date down in Mar A Lago
Lyin’ time for us is here to stay
Frank Poliat, July 11 2018
The irony is staggering beyond all comprehension. James Comey violated the most basic of tenets of the FBI twice. And that rule reminds one of the first rule of Fightclub: you do not discuss ongoing investigations publically.
[June 2017] The irony is staggering beyond all comprehension. James Comey violated the most basic of tenets of the FBI twice. And that rule reminds one of the first rule of Fightclub: you do not discuss ongoing investigations publically. And Comey himself emphasized that himself recently (listen to the podcast). That alone should open the door to an investigation and, most likely, the censure and firing of Comey. By defying this rule, Comey may very likely have essentially put Trump in office. But given the timing, as mentioned in the aforementioned podcast, it’s obvious that Trump summarily fired him for his own reasons and did so in his inimitable egregious way. I’m losing count of just how many ironies there are in this tragicomedy: he should be fired, but not like that, he’s a threat to Trump for many reasons, but he helped put him in office but… I need a drink.
PS. check out this article.