Conservative talk host Mark Levin doesn’t have much sympathy for former FBI director James Comey and for good reason. In fact, if he was at Comey’s hearing Thursday, Levin would have a few questions for him.
In the video below, Mark says:
Comey is going to testify that he was pressured. If in fact he was pressured, before he was fired, why didn’t he tell his superiors? Why didn’t he tell congressional committees then? Why didn’t he leak that to the media then?
Is it not at least curious that it’s only after he’s fired that all of a sudden the man has a pang of ethics? All of a sudden he feels like he was pressured, that there was a pattern of pressure? When Trump called him over at a cocktail event he was very uncomfortable? When he told apparantly (reports today) Attorney General Sessions “please don’t leave me alone with this man, you’re there to protect me” and on and on and on.
Doesn’t this seem a little self serving for a disgruntled former employee? If the situation was so horrible while he was there, why didn’t he do something about it?
Watch the whole thing below:
— Corryn 🇺🇸 (@Corrynmb) June 7, 2017
Levin pretty much nails it.
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