Trump – James Comey – Battle of Morals and Unethical Behaviors
James Comey and Donald Trump Waltz
In the days ahead of former FBI Director James Comey’s new book “A Higher Loyalty” it had already made the list of Amazon’s top selling books and also made a certain list of Donald Trump’s that shall remain unnamed at this juncture.
In the book James Comey dishes in his always classy way, dirt on the current president, he compared Trump to a mob boss, which actually is not far off the mark truth be told.
Comey described in vivid detail about a time that Trump encouraged Comey to disprove, basically lie about an affair that Trump had had just so that he could reassure his wife.
So here we have the man, our president asking the head of the FBI to disprove, meaning make up evidence that really does not exist in an attempt to cover up a wrong that our president commented against the sanctity of his marriage.
We already knew that Trump was a lying hypocrite though didn’t we?
Some are accusing the former director of the FBI of being unprofessional, giving the FBI a further tarnished image because he is releasing way too many details about his time with president Trump.
Trump of course has called Comey an “untruthful slimeball.”
The two are having a war of words currently.
Getting back to James however, some are bothered so much so by the book not so much because of the details James shares but because of the truly vindictive nature and way in which the dirt on Trump is delivered in the book.
It is rumored that those in Washington are very disturbed by the vindictiveness in the book.
Fair enough however, allow for me to point out that in today’s world if you want to hit the top of the food chain, that would be the behavior one would need in order to Trump, Donald Trump at his own game.
Not too long ago, many watched and complained about The Bachelor, where the show aired the bachelor breaking a woman’s heart on national television. Viewers then took to Twitter to tweet shock, horror and disgust, but the reality is how many actually stopped watching the show or will?
The show actually had really high ratings.
People get off on watching others being hurt, insulted or people simply behaving in a vindictive manner.
Yesterday I read an article where a woman was celebrating her breakup with her cheating ex by taking to social media and making mention of it, only in turn to humiliate her ex and the article was more or less about revenge and was sure to mention how many hits her story had received.
Take a stroll through any social media account around and you will for a fact see a video, an article, pictures of some type of horrible vindictive, hateful behaviors right here in the US.
The vindictive behavior has only been encouraged and increased since Trump has taken office if anyone has watched his presidency the past year.
The behavior has also been encouraged by social media, the news, television shows, music, everywhere you look, you see encouragement for that behavior.
And Trump, constantly behaves as an insolent dog would, tweeting vindictive, hateful tweets, tempting the fate of the world by attacking other nations verbally, in writing and with childish insults, name calling and threats.
Trump has turned the beauty of the White House into nothing more than a swamp of trailer trash.
What could be more vindictive than a lot of what we have witnessed by our own president this past year?
The reality is that America loves revenge and vindictive behavior and until we simply ignore it, it is here to stay like it or not.
That type of behavior currently makes millions for some.
And for James Comey, that means that he is about to cash in on it not to mention that despite the fact that James has always been a man of class, his vindictiveness in his book is still 100 times classier than Donald Trump could ever dream of being.
Cristal M Clark
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