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How Come the Liberal Media Didn’t Go Into Hysterics When Clinton Fired His FBI Director?

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The liberals and their media elites are in hysterics over Presiden Trump firing FBI Director James Comey.

The liberal pundits and media themselves have even said that Comey was an incompetent clown and they blame him for Hillary’s loss in the 2016 Elections.

This should be a day of celebration for all Clinton fans since Comey caused her to lose the election right?

This is just more manufactured propaganda and fake news against President Trump.

You would think President Trump is the only President that has fired an FBI director before if you listen to the mainstream fake news. However, he is not alone.

Was the liberal media outraged when Bill Clinton fired FBI Director William Sessions in 1993?


Los Angeles Times reports:

It’s been 24 years since a president fired the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In 1993, President Clinton ousted William Sessions as FBI director after Sessions refused to voluntarily step down amid ethical concerns.

Sessions, appointed by Ronald Reagan, had been under investigation by the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility during George H.W. Bush’s final year in office.

Here’s how The Times reported the findings at the time:

“The Justice Department report found, among other things, that Sessions had engaged in a sham transaction to avoid paying taxes on his use of an FBI limousine to take him to and from work, that he had billed the government for a security fence around his home that provided no security and that he had arranged business trips to places where he could meet with relatives.”

Sessions dismissed the findings and refused to resign.

Clinton, at the recommendation of his attorney general, Janet Reno, dismissed Sessions.

“We cannot have a leadership vacuum at an agency as important to the United States as the FBI,” Clinton said at a White House news conference. “It is time that this difficult chapter in the agency’s history is brought to a close.”


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