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Allman Analysis: Democrats Can't Figure Out Where They Stand On Comey

Within hours of President Trump announcing that FBI Director James Comey was fired, Congressional Democrats and the liberal mainstream media were in full meltdown mode. The same Democrats that were nearly ready to show Comey the door back in November, but sang his praises last July, are now in full-blown hysterics today.

Within hours of President Trump announcing that FBI Director James Comey was fired, Congressional Democrats and the liberal mainstream media were in full meltdown mode. The same Democrats that were nearly ready to show Comey the door back in November, but sang his praises last July, are now in full-blown hysterics today.

Former Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones talked to The Allman Report about the political circus erupting around the firing. Jones says the main problem is that Comey himself has become too big of a story to continue to manage the bureau.

Jones also reminds everyone that the Russian collusion allegations that Democrats and the media keep pushing are still being refuted to this day with zero evidence being presented. "The media is trying to rewrite the Russian story every day," he says.

At the same time, Jones says more evidence that the Obama Administration unlawfully monitored U.S. citizens and leaked information for political purposes is becoming more clear, but little is being reported on that story.

While Democrats and the media continue to roll out comparisons to Watergate, and then-President Richard Nixon firing the special prosecutor in that case, one fact still remains: the last President to fire a sitting FBI Director was Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1993. That was also the first time in history to ever have happened.

WATCH the Video Clip for the Full Interview with Tim Jones, ONLY on The Allman Report on ABC 30 St. Louis

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