Our loathing of Donald Trump is not “bias”

This miserable louse

The day after he fired James Comey as director of the FBI, a furious President Donald Trump called the bureau’s acting director, Andrew McCabe, demanding to know why Comey had been allowed to fly on an FBI plane from Los Angeles back to Washington after he was dismissed, according to multiple people familiar with the phone call.

McCabe told the president he hadn’t been asked to authorize Comey’s flight, but if anyone had asked, he would have approved it, three people familiar with the call recounted to NBC News.

The president was silent for a moment and then turned on McCabe, suggesting he ask his wife how it feels to be a loser — an apparent reference to a failed campaign for state office in Virginia that McCabe’s wife made in 2015.

McCabe replied, “OK, sir.” Trump then hung up the phone.

A White House official, who would not speak on the record, disputed the account, saying, “this simply never happened. Any suggestion otherwise is pure fiction.” The FBI declined to comment on the call.

Trump, enraged by TV footage of Comey boarding the government-funded plane hours after his firing, believed that Comey should not have been allowed to take the plane, that any privileges he had received as FBI director should have ceased the moment he was fired, the people familiar with the matter said.

That engorged piece of crap who milks his government job in every possible way, many of them illegal, thinks Comey should have been stranded in LA where he went while doing his job – stranded there and forced to get back whatever way he could at his own expense because Trump fired him without notice while he was on the far side of the country. Trump did not have to fire him that way, you may remember, and there was a lot of outrage about the way he did it – stranding Comey 3000 miles away and leaving him to learn the news from a tv set while he was talking to a room full of agents.

Then he calls up McCabe to rage at him and insult him for not making Comey walk home.

The disgustingness of him. It’s breathtaking.

In the past, Trump had also reportedly asked McCabe how he voted in the 2016 election and repeatedly made public references to campaign donations his wife had received from an ally of Hillary and Bill Clinton.

In an impromptu exchange last week with reporters who had been speaking with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, Trump said he did not recall asking McCabe who he voted for in 2016. “I don’t think I did,” he said. “I don’t know what’s the big deal with that because I would ask you … who did you vote for?”

Stupid turd. Reporters are not federal employees. Also, he should not ask them either; he should not ask anyone.

In recent weeks the White House has agitated for McCabe’s exit, saying he is part of a broader pattern of bias against the president in the highest levels of federal law enforcement.

It’s not bias. It’s not bias. He’s an evil, monstrous, out of control, loathsome human being, and we can all see that. It’s not bias to see him for what he is.

The phone call between Trump and McCabe after Comey’s firing last May underscores the president’s continued fixation on the loyalties of people around him and his frustration with autonomous arms of the government — particularly ones involved in the Russia investigation. It’s also emblematic of his early and persistent distrust of top Justice Department officials.

The combination of those sentiments whipped the president into such a fury over Comey last year that he wanted his firing to abruptly strip him of any trappings that come with the office and leave him across the country scrambling to find his own way home.

Precisely. He wanted it that way, he did it on purpose, and then vomited his bile all over McCabe for not helping him do it.

McCabe detailed his conversation with Trump after Comey’s firing to several people at the Justice Department, people familiar with the matter said.

And Trump’s people say it didn’t happen. Who ya gonna believe?

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