Trump firing Comey has a lot of facets.
1) What Trump (and America) gains
Comey was, to his credit, trying to not give in to the neoconservative and liberal NWO cartel. He was trying to be "impartial". That's better than him being a total sell-out, but it's also very far from being heroic.
Comey was a board member of Lockheed and HSBC. He has huge ties to the Clinton Foundation and the Military Industrial Complex. These "good old boys" relationships have him an agenda different from the President's agenda. An impartial and nonpolitical FBI is a good thing, but he wasn't really being impartial. He was wearing kid gloves. Anyone powerful enough could get away with bullshit. That's the opposite of draining the swamp.
James Comey wasn't the worst ever–after all he did tell us Hillary was unfit–but he was in the way. We need an FBI director who will be aggressive like Trump is. We need an FBI director who will vigorously pressure corruption so Attorney General Jeff Sessions can charge the swamp, prosecute the swamp, and incarcerate the swamp. Comey wasn't that person so he had to go.
2) The price Trump pays
The CIA-MSM shills had backed off attacking Trump after the reality TV Syria Tomahawk strike, but they're balls to the wall again. If anything this again confirms to me that Trump has not given up or sold out. They're too rabid for this to be normal political posturing, and it's from all "sides"–both neoconservative and liberal. This is going to make things very difficult for Trump again and weakens his position. A steep price! This is a bold move. The weak/safe thing to do would have been to leave Comey there, and muddle on into the swamp. Instead, Trump has gambled again, and he's really good at gambling. The timing was unexpected and the way out was done was brutal. That's the way I like my meat barbecued! I'm very happy about this–Trump declared war on the NWO Deep State yet again.
3) What needs to happen nextPost too long. Click here to view the full text.