Former Republican congressman and MSNBC host Joe Scarborough expressed outrage at Obama’s meddling in the ongoing FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s EmailGate scandal and pay-for-play schemes at the Clinton Foundation, stating that he was perplexed that Obama has the “audacity” to publicly question how FBI director James Comey is handling the matter.
On Monday, Obama regime spokesman Josh Earnest sounded praise for James Comey, saying, “The good news is the president believes that Director Comey is a man of integrity, he’s a man of principle, and he’s a man of good character.”
But on Wednesday, America’s first Marxist president, who has been tirelessly campaigning for the target of the FBI investigation — Hillary Clinton — sang a different tune, slamming Comey during an interview with NowThis News.
“I do think that there is a norm that when there are investigations, we don’t operate on innuendo and we don’t operate on incomplete information and we don’t operate on leaks,” Obama said about Comey’s letter to congressional leaders last Friday informing them of the ongoing investigation into Clinton. “We operate based on concrete decisions that are made.”
Joe Scarborough said that he has “no idea how Barack Obama has the audacity — and I will say the audacity — to make those statements” and said that Obama is the “last person” who should be casting doubt on James Comey and is the “worst of all actors” in the case.
“President Obama — the record is very clear on this point — is the last person in the world to cast aspersions in that realm because he has been the worst of all actors in his position and the most irresponsible from the start in trying to influence an investigation that he knew very little about.”