It’s all lies and still a complete vindication?

Question: Is it possible that Comey’s testimony can be made up of lies and false statements and also be a complete vindication? Doesn’t logic demand that it be one or the other? Isn’t it necessary that his testimony be reliable in order for it to be a vindication?

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11 Responses to It’s all lies and still a complete vindication?

  1. mr_bill says:

    We mere mortals cannot possibly understand because Donaldus Maximus is playing 9 dimensional chess while we’re still trying to figure out what the 5th dimension even is. Yeah, that’s it.

    • Ray Davies says:

      “we’re still trying to figure out what the 5th dimension even is”

      A music group out of the 60 & 70s. Not a bad sound to some of us old folks.

  2. fasttimes says:

    just throwing this out.

    if comey’s testimony put the best spin on himself and worst on trump, and be a lie, the “truth” could actually be more favorable to trump, in theory. so as “bad” as this testimony made trump look, it still was “vindicating” even as a lie.

    i don’t know. its take some mental back bending, but there you go.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Personally, I don’t think the world has changed much over the last 48 hours. The testimony didn’t change much… if anything.

  3. Jim22 says:

    Trump was pretty much vindicated. Comey got the two things he wanted, though. He got an entire day of television coverage and he gave the anti-trump people enough insinuation and ‘Feeling’ that they can continue to harass Trump. “I felt…”, is all they need even though “I felt…” was never put into a command.

    Political theater. BTW: I never understood the term ‘Kabuki’ being applied to politics. Have any of you ever seen kabuki?

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Kabuki is an overly dramatic, overly stylized, over acted and ridiculously extravagant theatrical production. It presents an illusory world that isn’t real.

      • Ray Davies says:

        Well, he is going to have a book deal and a made for TV movie. He just had to hype it before it became a Reality Winner.

  4. R.D. Walker says:

    The President of the United States has declared that Comey made many false statements and lies while under oath and testifying before Congress. I expect we will see a perjury indictment against Comey very soon, right?

    If no perjury indictment is forthcoming, I wonder what could be the reason.

  5. R.D. Walker says:

    You would think that if you were going to perjure yourself, you would make it worthwhile. Trump says Comey committed multiple felonies yesterday but for what did Comey supposedly risk prison time to accomplish? Trump says that Comey committed felony perjury and yet he vindicated the President.

    It seems to me that if Comey was going to commit a felony that could easily result in prison time, he would have made it worthwhile. Right?

  6. Jim22 says:

    Comey had no business being the head of anything. All his, “I feel…”, and “I don’t think she meant…”, show a weakness of character and an ignorance of reality. Then, too, he may have had good reason for his actions.