Now the leftist party is ratcheting up their criticism of FBI Director James Comey for telling the public about his decision to revisit Clinton's email probe.
But back in July, when Comey went public with the announcement that he didn't have sufficient evidence to merit an indictment of the woman who make all other politicians look like Mother Theresa, he was the darling of the left. If Obama has a love-child with a white woman, he would have looked like James Comey.
During a press conference at his final NATO summit Obama praised Comey for being "exhaustive" during the investigation of the emails. "I think Director Comey could not have been more exhaustive," he said.
Even before the July Comey pronouncement, Obama praised him, calling him a 'rarity' and said Comey didn't care about politics--he was just interested in getting the job done. Of course, Obama has his own problems now that the emails that came out showed that he communicated under an alias with Hillary on her private server. He obviously knew about the server because it wasn't a dot-gov address.
Then there's The Washington Post an uber-liberal rag. The day after Comey announced the fact that he wanted to let Hillary slide on an indictment, they wrote how all the nasty Republicans attacked poor Comey for just "doing his job."
But when the news broke out that Comey was revisiting the case, the same editorial board said that Comey "went too far" by giving Congress a "heads-up" aboutt he investigation, and that the FBI Director 'ruined democracy' for the country by casting a shadow over Queen Hillary.
Then there's the anti-Mother Theresa, Donna Brazile. She originally tweeted praised Comey for doing great work by burying the Clinton investigation, then tried to delete the tweet after Comey changed his mind.
Brazile's emails came under scrutiny when she allegedly gave the Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, debate questions in advance (which the campaign gladly accepted without question).
Nancy Pelosi (whose tribal name is "Hands That Speak With Forked Fingers") called Comey a "great man" and said the FBI was lucky to have him. Now, according to Pelosi, he is a weak, spineless coward who let Republicans bully him into flipping on Hillary.
"The public interest would be served by the FBI providing the facts, rather than allowing Republicans to stoke innuendo and falsehoods 11 days away from a presidential election," the leftist hypocrite said.
And the alleged father of Pelosi's homely lovechild, Harry Reid (kidding about the kid) said that nobody can question Comey's "integrity" and "competence" unless he flips, and then Reid can. In an open letter, the man with a woman's voice accused Comey of violating the Hatch Act for not investigating Donald Trump's connections to Vladimir Putin of the real 'Borscht Belt.'
But my personal favorite flipper is Congressman Elijah Cummings. I am about to list his quote with the caveat for anyone whose stomach is currently full, not to read it until you have fully digested your meal as this might cause you to vomit in your mouth.
"I don't know whether your family's watching this, but I hope that they are as proud of you as I am, because you are the epitome of what a public servant is all about . . . Sacrificing over and over and over again, trying to do the right thing, sometimes coming under ridicule, but again, still doing the right thing."Following Comey's revisit, Cummings accused him of being a puppet for the Republicans. "It doesn't surprise me, in a way, that he did this, because I don't think the American people have a clue as to how hard the Republicans, particularly on my committee, have been on the FBI," he said.
The list goes on, but you can imagine the contrast of their own opinions when the outcome didn't go the way they wanted it to go.
Now Obama's chief adviser, and the real power behind the throne, Valeria Jarrett, is among the leftists who want Comey gone and the country to be run by a felon and female misogynist.
A source told The New York Post that "Valerie argued that Comey was interfering deliberately in the election process and had to be stopped." But the same source claims that Obama is "worried about the consequences of taking such an action--the tsunami of outrage that would come his way, and possibly become a major footnote, or worse, in the history of the presidency."
The GOP however, is ecstatic over Comey's reversal of direction. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mike McCaul (R-TX) called Comey a "hero" and said of Jarrett, "I don't think Valerie Jarrett has any credibility here."