Trump says never asked Comey to stop investigating Flynn - AOL News

As you will see below the language used in the Comey memo is not Trump-speak.

Don Trump Jr. to Judge Pirro:
"You and I both know my father a long time. When he tells you to do something, guess what? There's no ambiguity."
 After 29 months on the American political and world stage everyone knows who Donald Trump is; they know that he's a brutally blunt, direct, straightforward man who hits back harder when he's hit; and pulls no punches holding nothing back when he fights to achieve his aims. Indeed, he was that way before his election, and defying expectations he'd be different once in office (softening his rhetoric and crude, harsh, aggressive style) he's hardly changed a bit. 
Now in searching for a real life or fictional analogy to President Trump one writer has likened him to the comic book super villain Bane wonderfully played by Tom Hardy in the blockbuster film The Dark Knight Rises - who Trump seemed to quote in his inaugural speech (see). Trump is not a schoolyard bully who loves pushing weaker souls around, as Hillary Clinton and others have said; instead, he greatly delights in taking on the strong and powerful (Obama, Clinton campaign machine, Democrat Party, GOPe, liberal media for example) and in defeating and breaking them if he can; and when they're down he pounces on them like Bane broke Batman in the film, then continued to beat him into unconsciousness. Just look at his continued on going post-election attacks on Hillary and Obama. Rightly or wrongly he just loves to keep on bashing them.            
Bane breaks Batman
Indeed, the radically extreme politically incorrect Trump (PC's worst nightmare) loves tormenting his opponents and eating them alive then spitting them out. Recall how this 900 pound gorilla treated his political rivals and enemies heaping a torrent of abuse and insults on them during the campaign: there was Carley Fiorina's looks, John Kasich's dining manners, Jeb's low energy, Rick Perry's IQ; there was "sad, lyin Ted" whose dad "killed JFK;" "crooked, weak Hillary" with her pathetic lack of "stamina, energy and strength;" look how he eviscerated "little" Marco Rubio, called Obama "sick," and said to the Russians that Jim Comey was a "nutjob (see)." Earlier this year The New York Times compiled a list of 332 people, places and things that Trump has insulted on Twitter. For a good laugh you can read them here
In a word, Donald Trump is Mr. Meanie, and it's hilarious. Only humorless lefties don't appreciate the entertainment value in all this. But I digress from my reason for writing this piece; that being that the Donald Trump of James Comey's leaked memo (and testimony to the Senate) is not the audacious, defiant, counter punching, anti-PC Donald that we've come to know and love. No way that the real President Trump would have said to Comey about his friend Mike Flynn:
I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go.' 
How can anyone but an obsessive, hyperpartisan, anti-Trump freak see in these 28 words the candidate who bludgeoned and bulldozed his way into office, and continues to be so outrageous, defiant and untamed? This is not the Donald Trump that we know or, for that matter, the duplicitous Comey knows and conversed with that day.
It's as Don Jr. (an authority on his dad) indicated to Judge Pirro on her show: the Donald Trump of Comey's memo is radically uncharacteristic of him; he's too vague, subtle, nuanced, indirect and ambiguous for the real, gruff, hard-hitting Donald; those 28 words and Trump's habitual style simply don't mesh - they're way too unTrumpian.
 If Trump was hell-bent on Comey dropping the Flynn investigation Comey wouldn't have testified: "I FELT that Trump was pressuring me to drop the probe." Comey would have had no doubts or misunderstanding about the President's intent. He wouldn't have "FELT" that Trump was pressuring him (leaving open the possibility he could be wrong); on the contrary, he would have KNOWN with 100% certainty what Trump meant. 
Trump: James Comey, You're Fired!
 Indeed, as Comey's meeting with Trump was private there was nothing stopping him from being the brutally blunt Donald Bane (Batman breaking) Trump he normally is; there was nothing stopping him from applying the utmost excruciating pressure (short of violence) on Comey threatening him unequivocally to do or die, saying:
This is the deal, Comey: drop the Flynn probe or lose your job starting today! Now what is it going to be?'
That's Trump-Speak; he doesn't mince words. Don Jr. is perfectly correct: the subtle, nuanced Donald Trump of Comey's February 14th memo isn't his father. It's crystal clear those 28 words are wordsmith Comey's skillful invention. In other words, it's more James Comey than Donald Trump and should be dismissed as a lie designed to appear like justice obstruction in retaliation for being fired - and wanting a lengthy, troublesome special council investigation to follow him. That was very clever of Comey. But it's not going to stop the roll out of Trump's ambitious agenda to
without James Comey
The above is the revised reposting of this article from June:
Why is the corrupt, crooked, Trump hating, witch hunting, out of control Robert Mueller keeping all seven memos of Jim Comey's meeting with Donald Trump secret? Representative Trey Gowdy who read the memos in their entirety gives us the astonishing, revelatory answer:
"They [the memos] would be defense Exhibit A in an obstruction of justice case — not prosecution exhibit, defense Exhibit A. If Comey felt obstructed, he did a masterful job of keeping it out of the memos."
In other words, in an obstruction of justice case against President Trump, based on the 28 dubious words of the leaked portion of the memos (the only part Comey wanted the public to see) the rest of the memos would completely undermine Mueller's case and vindicate the President that he didn't fire Comey because of Flynn.
In other words, Mueller is keeping the memos secret to protect his good friend Comey who lying to Congress said  that he "felt the President was trying to PRESSURE him to drop the Flynn probe," and keep alive the lie that this is what President Trump did; that in his private meeting with Comey on February 14, 2017 he tried to obstruct justice; but that brave, heroic, fearless Jim Comey resisted him, and it cost him his job. What a crock of shit!


  1. I do not feel guilty for wishing bad things to happen to evil people…..I believe Comey is evil and pray a butt load of karma is coming his way.

  2. Comey is a weasel.

    Weasel weasel weasel

    He eats weasel flakes for breakfast.

    He has weasel chow for lunch.

    For supper, he has weasel chow with au jus.

  3. Comey, like Clapper and Brennan is a POS who used intelligence meant to protect America to spy on a political opponent of the ones in power.

    Glad this turd got fired.

    Soon, in a just world, he will be prosecuted by the next Special Prosecutor.

    1. Careful what you wish for, Jimmy Boy. You aren’t immune from justice, though you may have convinced yourself that you are.

  4. Comey being the crook he is has committed blasphemy. From my reading of Psalms this morning. Sounds like a message for Comey and Mueller:

    Psalm 94

    1 O Lord, you God of vengeance,
    you God of vengeance, shine forth!
    2 Rise up, O judge of the earth;
    give to the proud what they deserve!
    3 O Lord, how long shall the wicked,
    how long shall the wicked exult?

    4 They pour out their arrogant words;
    all the evildoers boast.
    5 They crush your people, O Lord,
    and afflict your heritage.
    6 They kill the widow and the stranger,
    they murder the orphan,
    7 and they say, ‘The Lord does not see;
    the God of Jacob does not perceive.’

    8 Understand, O dullest of the people;
    fools, when will you be wise?
    9 He who planted the ear, does he not hear?
    He who formed the eye, does he not see?
    10 He who disciplines the nations,
    he who teaches knowledge to humankind,
    does he not chastise?
    11 The Lord knows our thoughts,*
    that they are but an empty breath.

    12 Happy are those whom you discipline, O Lord,
    and whom you teach out of your law,
    13 giving them respite from days of trouble,
    until a pit is dug for the wicked.
    14 For the Lord will not forsake his people;
    he will not abandon his heritage;
    15 for justice will return to the righteous,
    and all the upright in heart will follow it.

    16 Who rises up for me against the wicked?
    Who stands up for me against evildoers?
    17 If the Lord had not been my help,
    my soul would soon have lived in the land of silence.
    18 When I thought, ‘My foot is slipping’,
    your steadfast love, O Lord, held me up.
    19 When the cares of my heart are many,
    your consolations cheer my soul.
    20 Can wicked rulers be allied with you,
    those who contrive mischief by statute?
    21 They band together against the life of the righteous,
    and condemn the innocent to death.
    22 But the Lord has become my stronghold,
    and my God the rock of my refuge.
    23 He will repay them for their iniquity
    and wipe them out for their wickedness;
    the Lord our God will wipe them out.

    1. Amos:

      Let Justice Roll Down

      18 Woe to you who desire the day of the Lord!
      Why would you have the day of the Lord?
      It is darkness, and not light,

      19 as if a man fled from a lion,
      and a bear met him,
      or went into the house and leaned his hand against the wall,
      and a serpent bit him.

      20 Is not the day of the Lord darkness, and not light,
      and gloom with no brightness in it?

      21 “I hate, I despise your feasts,
      and I take no delight in your solemn assemblies.

      22 Even though you offer me your burnt offerings and grain offerings,
      I will not accept them;
      and the peace offerings of your fattened animals,
      I will not look upon them.

      23 Take away from me the noise of your songs;
      to the melody of your harps I will not listen.

      24 But let justice roll down like waters,
      and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.

      25 “Did you bring to me sacrifices and offerings during the forty years in the wilderness, O house of Israel? 26 You shall take up Sikkuth your king, and Kiyyun your star-god—your images that you made for yourselves, 27 and I will send you into exile beyond Damascus,” says the Lord, whose name is the God of hosts.

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