Rudy Giuliani Knocks James Comey Off High Horse: “Didn’t this happen under James ‘Cardinal’ Comey”

Rudy Giuliani knocked hapless showboat James Comey off his high horse and reminded all of America what a disgrace Comey is. Rudy was responding to the heartbreaking testimony of members of the US gymnastics team who blamed the corrupt and incompetent FBI and system as well as their actual abuser Larry Nassar for what they suffered.

Olympic gymnastics star Simone Biles said: “I don’t want another young gymnast, Olympic athlete, or any individual to experience the horror that I and hundreds of others have endured before, during, and continuing to this day.

“To be clear, I blame Larry Nassar — and I also blame an entire system that perpetrated his abuse.” She was not alone but it gets worse for James Comey.

McKayla Maroney said: “After telling my entire story of abuse to the FBI in the summer of 2015, not only did the FBI not report my abuse, but when they eventually documented my report, 17 months later, they made up entirely false claims about what I said.”

Guess who was the head of the FBI in 2015? The disgraced Jim Comey. Enter Rudy Giuliani who said:

“The gymnasts whose abuse was covered up by the FBI indicates that the FBI systemic violation of the rights of all those involved with defending President Donald J. Trump was not isolated.

“Didn’t this happen under James “Cardinal” Comey.”

Don’t forget about this story from 2019. From NBC:

Sixteen women who trained to become FBI agents and analysts have come forward in a lawsuit filed Wednesday accusing the bureau of gender discrimination in how it trains and evaluates female candidates.

The former trainees said their experiences at the FBI’s training academy in Quantico, Virginia, left them feeling powerless and angry. “They made me feel like I was worthless and disposable,” said one plaintiff, who asked to be identified only as “Ava.”

One of the women, Lauren Rose, provided an email she says she received from then-FBI Director James Comey in response to her frustrations at being dismissed from training after serving with the FBI for nearly six years.

Rose described unsuccessful attempts to speak with a supervisor to get clarity about the decision to dismiss her one week before graduation in May 2015. She says Comey responded in a lengthy message, telling her “I believe I have thoughtful leaders at Training Division, who apply tremendous care to such decisions,” and he would therefore not question their actions.

According to the complaint, Comey encouraged Rose to “stare hard at the situation and what it teaches you, especially about your strengths and weaknesses.”

From The Daily Mail:

FBI Director Christopher Wray stunned a Senate hearing into Larry Nassar’s sex abuse of top athletes after saying ‘I don’t have a good answer for you’ over why his Bureau botched the case.

Wray made the admission at the Senate on Wednesday. He said: ‘The actions and inactions of the FBI employees detailed in this report are completely unacceptable.

‘These individuals betrayed the core duty they have of protecting people, they failed to protect these young women and girls from sexual abuse….

Rounding on his agency’s response to the women’s sexual abuse revelations, Wray continued: ‘The actions and inactions of the FBI employees detailed in this report are completely unacceptable.

‘These individuals betrayed the core duty they have of protecting people, they failed to protect these young women and girls from sexual abuse.

‘The kinds of fundamental errors that were made in this case in 2015 and 2016 should never have happened.

‘In this case, certain FBI agents broke that trust repeatedly and inexcusably, and to pretend otherwise would be one more insult to survivors.

‘I want the public to know that the reprehensible conduct reflected in this report is not representative of the work I see from our 37,000 folks every day.’