Yesterday, President Trump issued a notice of termination to FBI Director James Comey. Comey himself learned at an FBI event in Los Angeles, and thought it was a joke per The New York Times. No joke, Comey, you're done.
It was well deserved given that Comey let Hillary and other powerful democrats off the hook, and even tried providing more cover to Huma Abedin and Anothony Weiner when he "corrected" his statements he made under oath in front of Congress last week. Huma forwarded many classified emails to Weiner to "print" out, but to Comey that's no big deal.
Comey's incompetence and shadiness led to his firing, no one is to blame but himself. Even the Wall Street Journal is saying it was well deserved.
At any rate here are the Pulsar poll results on the support of the decision to fire James Comey:
The No's have it at 52%, with the Yes vote at 34%. Out of 67 votes, it's sort of surprising the No vote won, but 52% believe it was the wrong decision.
James Comey had it coming to him, and even the democrats and mainstream media wanted him ousted, and they finally got their wish, but it was President Trump who fired him. Since Trump did the firing the media and democrats immediately flipped their script and scream "Trump-Russia" and "Nixon", and act like Comey did nothing wrong.
Maybe if the FBI didn't chase the non-existent Trump-Russia collusion and prioritize actual real investigations, maybe Comey's reputation wouldn't be so negative. According to The Washington Post, the FBI prioritized the Trump-Russia investigation over intelligence leaks, and "resisted" investigating the intelligence leaks.
President Trump was right, Comey was unable to effectively lead the bureau. Senator Rand Paul agreed with Trump's decision, and even agrees that the FBI/Dems are pushing a "huge myth" about Trump-Russia collusion.
Here's a video of Rand Paul explaining his thoughts, per Fox Business:
God only knows what James Comey will do now, but it sure won't involve the federal government. Julian Assange of Wikileaks offered Comey a job though, per RT, maybe he can take that.