Coulter, Comey & ‘but it’s possible’..

En Garde in the bunker…

Coulter time. It had to come. It just HAD to come. At some point someone would come up with the absolute truths of the Comey ‘untruths’ passed off as ‘real truths’. But from who (or should that be ‘from whom?’) would such gems of depth, probity and approbation come forth with clarity, purpose, intent and (gulp!) language that all who read it would understand?

Personally, yours truly thinks it entirely possible that James Comey had a romp with Stormy and is jealous of Trump. I don’t know, but it’s possible. It’s also possible that James Comey is a Russian double agent colluding against a duly-elected US President of the United States. I don’t know, but it’s possible.

It’s possible that James Comey has been the worst ever Director of the FBI. I don’t know, but it’s possible.

Isn’t it?

I could go on and on and on about possibilities, but then I would be no different to those attempting a putsch / coup d’état / golpe de estado against a duly-elected President Trump based on zero evidence, except for that well-worn phrase or saying ‘I don’t know, but it’s possible.’

And that’s exactly what we’ve all been witness to over this entire James Comey charade. I don’t know, but it’s possible.

In her piece coming up from Breitbart Ann Coulter writes: “Comey only sees the guilty man. Speaking of neurotic obsessions, I couldn’t help but notice that Comey is obsessed with telling us how ethical he is. In the ABC interview alone, Comey used the word “truth” 42 times; “honest” 28 times, “ethical” 10 times — “integrity,” “principle” and “moral” at least five times apiece.”

“That’s more than I hear in church on Sunday and the preacher isn’t talking about himself. Comey’s talking about himself.”

To which I would respond – ‘I don’t know, but it’s possible.’

What I do know IS possible, is pure Ann Coulter, and here she is with her opener in Breitbart, “One Percent Chance Comey not a Self-Dramatizing Fruitcake”…

There have been a lot of questions about why Trump fired James Comey, ever since he announced to NBC’s Lester Holt — incomprehensibly — that it was his decision, citing, by my count, at least a half-dozen different reasons.

On Sunday night, that question was answered. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Comey for showing the American people why he was so badly in need of firing.

Interviewed on his new book, “Living in Truth,” “The Dictates of My Conscience,” “The Politics of Truth,” “A Higher Loyalty,” it quickly became apparent that one of Comey’s favorite formulations is: I honestly never thought these words would come out of my mouth, but I don’t know whether so-and-so sodomized a chicken. It’s possible. I don’t know.

Here he is on ABC News, accusing Trump of hiring prostitutes to urinate on a hotel bed in Moscow (possibly — I don’t know):

“I honestly never thought these words would come out of my mouth, but I don’t know whether the current president of the United States was with prostitutes peeing on each other in Moscow in 2013. It’s possible, but I don’t know.”

And here he is on ABC accusing Trump of colluding with Russia:

“More words I never thought I’d utter about a president of the United States — but it’s possible [that he is compromised by Russia]. It is stunning, and I wish I wasn’t saying it, but it’s just — it’s the truth. … It’s possible.”

And here he is being interviewed by USA Today on Russian influence:

“I don’t know [if President Trump has been compromised by the Russians]. And these are words I never thought would come out of my mouth about an American president, but it’s possible. I’m not saying it’s likely, I don’t know, and the honest answer is it’s possible.”

None of this says anything about the president. It tells us only that Comey has a low opinion of Trump, which I already knew.

But ABC’s George Stephanopoulos replied to one of Comey’s “it’s possible” formulations, saying: “That’s stunning. You can’t say for certain that the president of the United States is not compromised by the Russians?”

It’s not “stunning.” It’s a sleight of hand. Ask me to give you my odds that Hillary Clinton eats small children for breakfast. IT’S STUNNING! COULTER SAYS ONE PERCENT CHANCE!

To read to completion simply click here…

Ann Coulter is not the only patriot standing en garde. In addition to ‘I don’t know, but it’s possible’, all of this takes me back to another well worn phrase or saying which says: ‘The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted our spoons’, a famous quote attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson, but which goes back all the way to James Boswell who quoted it in The Life of Samuel Johnson 1791:

“I added, that the same person maintained that there was no distinction between virtue and vice. JOHNSON: “Why, Sir, if the fellow does not think as he speaks, he is lying; and I see not what honour he can propose to himself from having the character of a liar. But if he does really think that there is no distinction between virtue and vice, why, Sir, when he leaves our houses let us count our spoons.”

In other words, during the days of solid sterling silver cutlery which held and protected the fortunes of many families, the counting of cutlery following the visits of friends, acquaintances (or even certain family members) was well and truly a required duty.

Anyone remember what happened when the Clintons finally were kicked out of the White House and what they attempted to steal on their way out? (in addition to having removed in a somewhat childish way all the ‘W’ keys from computers – apparently a George Stephanopoulos prank). My, my, my, but how often history repeats itself.

Thank God for President Donald J. Trump and for his being so insightful, intuitive, and proactive – MAGA!

In the immortal words of James Comey – ‘I don’t know, but it’s possible’. MAGA double!