Former US Attorneys: James Comey's a Crook
Yup. And yet the genius elites all vouched for his probity.
And why was that? I think it's for the same reason that everyone in Hollywood is complimentary towards each other and claims “I love his work” or “he's so generous as a director” — because they all have an eye towards their next job, the next **** they might have to ****, and because they all know you only say glowing things about anyone else In the Club.
The elite class also has this bizarre fetish about “Reassuring” the public about all things at all times, as if they fear we will go into a mass panic if there is any doubt in the absolute probity and omnicompetence of anyone in a leadership position.
I get that sort of thing in the military, where confidence in leadership is directly related to troop morale and troops' willingness to obey orders.
I do not get this in the civilian sector of life.
I wish they would stop reassuring us about everything, including things they apparently know nothing at all about, but think it's necessary to claim a certitude they do not have in order to deliver “reassurance” to me.
Because I'm finding it very unreassuring. In fact, I'm finding it downright worrisome.
Ace links to a piece by Larry O'Conner at Hot Air, which includes an audio interview with former US Attorney Joe
DiGenova, who is providing legal assistance to FBI agents who want to come forward as whistleblowers.