Former FBI Director James “Showboat” Comey arrived in DC today in preparation for hearings on Russian meddling in our election and possible obstruction of justice allegations.
Within hours of former CIA Director John Brennan submitting a visa request on 12 April for travel to the Russian Federation to attend the International Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering and Technology (ICRAET) being held 9-10 May in St. Petersburg, he then sent out a Tweet attacking President Donald Trump stating “Your unfitness for office has never been more stark, your lack of humanity never more apparent, your politics never more craven, & your ultimate political ignominy never more certain”—a mentally unstable action unheard of by any top intelligence director, regardless of which nation they’re from—and is eerily reminiscent of what occurred during the height of the 2016 US Presidential Election when, in March of that year, he suddenly appeared in Moscow on a “secret visit” in what his CIA Director of Public Affairs spokesman Dean Boyd claimed was a visit to confer with Foreign Ministry officials about Syria—a claim strongly denied by Deputy Foreign Minister Oleg Syromolotov who, while stating it wasn’t a secret Brennan was in Moscow, confirmed Brennan had went to the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB), not the MoFA—the result of which ultimately led to his becoming the first former CIA Director in history to have his top-secret security clearance revoked. […]
An absolutely astonishing Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today details an extended telephonic conversation held Thursday between President Putin and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey wherein America’s top law enforcement officer asked Russia’s leader “Is Anthony Weiner yours?”, to which Putin replied, “You should ask Aleksandr Poteyev”—and that led, less than 24 hours after this call ended, to Hillary Clinton being placed, once again, under FBI investigation. […]