World Exclusive: Curtains for Comey
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
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After an exhaustive inquiry by The American Spectator’s team of award-winning investigative journalists this magazine can now report that in February of this year former FBI Director James B. Comey was captured on surveillance cameras in the White House blowing his nose on White House curtains. The nose blowing took place in the Oval Office after President Donald J. Trump excused himself for several minutes to take a call from his wife Melania. Mr. Comey was alone. A picture of President Andrew Jackson was clearly visible in the background.

Whether Mr. Comey’s act involved the destruction of government property is at this point in time still unknown, though he has a powerful nose and the curtains are fragile. As for now, the surveillance tapes have been handed over to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who will make a determination as to possible criminality of Mr. Comey’s actions. Destruction of government property is punishable by a much as three years in prison and a fine.

Among The Spectator’s sources were three current and former U. S. officials who cannot be identified because of their prior commitments. Also there has been an additional problem with one of them, the former government official who has a drinking problem.

Mr. Comey could not be reached by The Spectator for comment. The White House too was unavailable for comment. Yet The Spectator is continuing its investigation and will have more information as developments reveal themselves.

Spectator editorial director Wladyslaw Pleszczynski released this comment: “You get what you sow.”

R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
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R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. is the founder and editor in chief ofThe American Spectator. He is the author of The Death of Liberalism, published by Thomas Nelson Inc. His previous books include the New York Times bestseller Boy Clinton: The Political Biography; The Impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton; The Liberal Crack-Up; The Conservative Crack-Up; Public Nuisances; The Future that Doesn’t Work: Social Democracy’s Failure in Britain; Madame Hillary: The Dark Road to the White House; The Clinton Crack-Up; and After the Hangover: The Conservatives’ Road to Recovery. He makes frequent appearances on national television and is a nationally syndicated columnist, whose articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun, Washington Times, National Review, Harper’s, Commentary, The (London) Spectator, Le Figaro (Paris), and elsewhere. He is also a contributing editor to the New York Sun.
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