James Comey Starts Feud With Trey Gowdy, Loses Badly As Trey Shows Him Who’s Boss

“Comey is one of the best I have ever seen at always being right in his mind, and it doesn’t matter if he is a universe of one,” Gowdy started as he took apart the showboat James Comey.

“When you write a book about ethics and morality, that in and of itself is a fairly high-opinion-of-yourself thing to do,” Gowdy told Fox News’ Martha MacCallum in a brutally honest assessment of showboat James Comy.

“Comey just thinks he’s always right, and if [DOJ inspector general Michael] Horowitz thinks he’s wrong … it doesn’t matter if everyone else concludes he did wrong,” he continued.

“He knows better. So, that’s what it’s like to interview an amnesiac with incredible hubris.

When asked whether Comey was a political hack Trey destroyed him,

“I think Jim Comey was primarily motivated by a desire to protect the brand of Jim Comey. I defended him a lot in 2016, even when it was lonely to do so.

I would still defend him today if I thought he was making the right decisions, but he has been so overtly partisan since he left, not just [with] the president, but he wants people to vote Democrat, he wants a Democrat House.

He’s just become a political flunky. It’s the same guy, in this very room that you and I are in right now, said the FBI doesn’t give a hoot about politics,” Gowdy said.

James Comey was not happy and went after Trey but fell flat as Trey turned the tables and destroyed the hapless Comey again.

From The Washington Times: Mr. Comey’s anger, displayed via sarcastic tweets about the process, received a barbed response shortly thereafter by Mr. Gowdy.

“And I was worried this wouldn’t be a dignified, open-minded search for the truth,” Mr. Comey tweeted Thursday in response to the Republican calling him an “amnesiac with incredible hubris.”

Mr. Gowdy replied later Thursday.

“Director Comey, I was disappointed in what you didn’t remember, but even more disappointed in what you never knew,” he wrote, echoing a statement he made on Wednesday to Fox’s Martha MacCallum. “I’ll see you on Monday.”