Corrupt Cop James Comey Gets Fried on Twitter After Posting MLK Quote
Fired FBI Director James Comey sent out a tweet quoting MLK on Monday as the nation observed Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and he immediately got fried by Twitter users.
It is well known and well documented the FBI spied on and terrorized Martin Luther King Jr. The FBI even wire-tapped MLK’s phone and sent him a suicide letter encouraging him to kill himself.
James Comey constantly takes shots at President Trump with his out holier-than-thou tweets.
Comey tweeted, “On MLK day, I like to read his Letter From Birmingham Jail, which still resonates: “Let us all hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away… and in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation…””
On MLK day, I like to read his Letter From Birmingham Jail, which still resonates: “Let us all hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away… and in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation…”
— James Comey (@Comey) January 15, 2018
Twitter users fried Comey.
the FBI tried to discredit MLK Jr. at every turn. you are the bad guys.
— Jason Barrett Prado (@jasonpjason) January 15, 2018
I seem to recall your organization penning a somewhat less-inspiring missive to the Reverend pic.twitter.com/BTKZZddKIV
— Theodor W. Adorable 🐻 (@cullenenn) January 15, 2018
how come you’re not reading the letter the FBI wrote to him to convince him to kill himself?
— Cold Drinks Enjoyer Li’l 🌴 (@karengeier) January 15, 2018
shut the fuck up
— 🏴 Lauri Love 🏴 (@laurilove) January 15, 2018
I certainly understand this tweet, Sir. Given all the criminal, corrupt, & detestable practices we have discovered about your tenure as @FBI Director, you should get comfortable with the notion of writing letters from jail – or federal prison.
— Jay Knight (@FutureSpecOps) January 15, 2018
Well at least you are reading the letters now, not leaking them to the Press. Hopefully sometime soon you will be writing your own letters from jail.
— TRU News Network (@TruNewsNet) January 15, 2018