Daily Archives: June 9, 2017

Scoop: McCain Furious at Staff for Exposing His Senility at Comey Hearing

John McCain’s staff yesterday prepared for him a series of questions that had all been asked by the time it was the Arizona Senator’s time to speak to former FBI Director James Comey at a hearing on June 8th.

As such, McCain was forced to “freestyle” questions to Comey. His staffers were panicking when McCain began his comments.

Today, McCain has been heard in his office screaming at his senior Senate staff for exposing his senility.





Even the Washington Post described McCain as “ incoherent.”

At one point, McCain referred to him as “President Comey.” Viewers clearly thought it was notable; Twitter announced it was the most-tweeted moment of the hearing.

McCain later released a statement, joking that “maybe going forward I shouldn’t stay up late watching them Diamondbacks night games.”

McCain spends $2,657,982 per year of taxpayer dollars on his staff of 50 employees.

McCain’s chief of staff is Pablo Carrillo with a salary of $169,459 per year.

Senator McCain has an estimated net worth of $19.6 million and is 80 years old. He has served in Congress longer than most voters have been alive.


Comey’s Columbia leaker pal goes into hiding after testimony

Comey’s Columbia leaker pal goes into hiding after testimony

He took the right to remain silent!

A Columbia University professor from Brooklyn went into hiding Thursday after pal James Comey revealed during his Senate testimony that the man leaked memos detailing the former FBI chief’s conversations with President Trump to the press.

Daniel Richman confirmed by e-mail to several reporters that he was the “good friend” and law-school prof who Comey slipped the documents — then hightailed it out of his tony Brooklyn Heights home and refused to answer any more questions.

Comey had just told a Senate Intelligence Committee that Richman was the conduit for the memo, which documented Trump asking Comey to drop the FBI’s probe into former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn.

Richman is a former federal prosecutor who worked with Comey at Columbia in 2013. His Ivy League university’s Web site crashed as people nationwide frantically tried to find out more about the mysterious middle man suddenly thrust into the biggest story in the country.

But Richman had vanished from his Henry Street digs by midday, and family members, friends and neighbors wouldn’t answer doors or phone calls to shed any more light.

A doorman eventually turned security guard to stop reporters entering the building.

Richman’s wife, Alexandra Bowie, is a former president of the influential neighborhood civic group the Brooklyn Heights Association. Its director, Peter Bray, declined to speak about the man who had suddenly usurped Lena Dunham as the nabe’s most famous inhabitant.



James Comey: The Wannabe J. Edgar Hoover [VIDEO]


Published on Jun 9, 2017

Dr. Jerome Corsi joins David Knight via Skype to try and untangle the memo mess created by former FBI Director James Comey.

Comey reveals what Trump whispered in his ear in their infamous handshake photo [VIDEO]


During his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey revealed the words President Donald Trump whispered in his ear as they shook hands one day after Trump’s inauguration.

“What the President whispered in my ear was, ‘I really look forward to working with you,'” Comey said.

The interaction became infamous recently following reports that Comey was uncomfortable attending the ceremony held in the White House’s Blue Room that day.

Comey’s friend Benjamin Wittes told The New York Times that Comey was hesitant to appear to have an overly friendly relationship with Trump.

He ultimately attended because he felt that he needed to represent the FBI at the ceremony, but he told his friend that he tried to blend into the curtains in the room to escape Trump’s attention.

“He thought he had gotten through and not been noticed or singled out and that he was going to get away without an individual interaction,” Wittes told the Times.

Since Comey is 6 feet 8 inches tall, it was difficult for him to avoid being spotted by Trump. According to Wittes, Trump then tried to embrace Comey.

“Comey said that as he was walking across the room he was determined that there wasn’t going to be a hug … It was bad enough there was going to be a handshake,” Wittes said. “And Comey has long arms so Comey said he preemptively reached out for a handshake and grabbed the president’s hand. But Trump pulled him into an embrace and Comey didn’t reciprocate. If you look at the video it’s one person shaking hands and another hugging.”