Carlson sets the liberal media straight on Comey firing

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Fox News host Tucker came out swinging Wednesday evening, over the way the liberal media has reported on the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

Carlson reported Tuesday that FBI Director James Comey’s firing was “long overdue.” He stated that Comey was unfit for the office he held, and President Trump “should have canned him the evening of the inauguration, but he didn’t.”

Wednesday, he said under normal circumstances, an awful lot of Democrats in Washington would have agreed with the choice to fire Comey, but since President Trump did it, they are screaming, “It’s a coup!” and calling the firing a “constitutional crisis.”

Tucker opened his rant with the following:

“Let’s get one thing clear: it’s not a constitutional crisis when the Constitution allows you to do it. The FBI Director serves at the pleasure of the President and can be dismissed at any time – and sometimes he ought to be, like yesterday. Politicians sometimes screw up, and when they do voters get to fire them in elections. But when an unelected bureaucrat with a 10-year term, who commands his own army and can put you in prison, what do you do when a guy like that goes off the rails? That’s a real problem. In fact, it’s the real ‘threat to democracy’ people on television are always lecturing the rest of us about. That’s where we were as of yesterday morning with Comey running the FBI. Now that’s been fixed. So no matter how you feel about Trump, you ought to be happy about that.”

 

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