Comey crazy: Someone actually interviews dog about hearing

File this under “reasons people really hate the Washington, D.C. establishment and the current mainstream media.” On Thursday, the nation was glued to the hearing with fired FBI Director James Comey.  The “crazy” was so intense that a dog — that’s right, an actual four-legged canine — was interviewed by a member of the media.

The person interviewing the critter was identified as Kathryn Lyons, managing editor of FamousDC.

The dog apparently gave no comment, but the interview sparked a great deal of sarcasm on social media:


Actually, the hearing went well for Trump, but not so well for Comey, who admitted being a leaker…




Sad, but true…

So who is Ned Price?  According to NPR, he worked at the CIA from 2006 until sometime in February when he decided he couldn’t work in the Trump administration.

“I reluctantly concluded that I cannot in good faith serve this administration as an intelligence professional,” he said.

Price denied any partisan motivations for speaking out, NPR said, but the Washington Post reported that he gave $5,000 to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic Party in 2016.


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