Well, we made it through last week, and former FBI Director James Comey’s public testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
This little graphic circulating around the Internet pretty much sums up what we learned:
But of course that hasn’t stopped Democrats or anyone on the left from still trying to prove “something.”
Rush Limbaugh had a theory last week about why James Comey kept answering certain questions by saying he couldn’t comment in an unclassified setting. Limbaugh said it’s because any of those answers would exonerate Trump, and wouldn’t be helpful to Comey’s case.
Case in point. Whatever happened to that stupid “Russian dossier?” You know, the pile of crap published by that highly credible source, Buzzfeed? The document whose original author, British spy Christopher Steele, admitted was “unverified?” Oh you mean, like a LIE?
But gee, all of a sudden salacious claims about hookers and “golden showers” have evaporated.
Comey wouldn’t comment on it publicly.
As BizPac Review notes, The dossier, which was given to Sen. John McCain, who gave it to the FBI on Dec. 9, was considered important enough by Comey that he insisted that it be included in the final report on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election, according to Fox News.
The dossier was also used, in part, as a basis to obtain a FISA warrant to investigate former associate of President Trump, Carter Page.
The FBI was so concerned about it that it allegedly offered $50,000 to have it corroborated, Fox News reported.
But now we’re not hearing a peep about it. Because it was all BOGUS, ladies and gentleman, like every other claim about supposed “Russian collusion.”
You want some “Russian collusion?” Take a trip down memory lane to this little gem.
[This article was written by Michele Hickford, author of the brutally honest and bitingly funny Do I Need To Slap You?]