We have touched on this theme more than once, criminals accuse others of their own crimes. Less often we have discussed the fact that criminals actually leave clues hoping someone will stop them.
The latter has been repeatedly the case with the former President. Here is a statement he made in an interview on FOX.
“I was going to say before, if I didn’t fire Comey, they were looking to take down the President of the United States. If I didn’t fire him, and some people said, ‘He made a mistake when he fired Comey.’ And now those same people said it was the most incredible instinctual moves that they’ve ever seen, because I wouldn’t — I might be here with you, perhaps we’ll be talking about something else. But I don’t think I could have survived if I didn’t fire him, because it was like a hornet’s nest.”
Don’t take this quote as evidentiary. But listen to his statement in his own words, unsolicited, in the interview below. Now it is a new ballgame.
Is this real https://t.co/AjM8KywPww
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) December 6, 2021
In a nutshell, this guy can’t stop himself from pointing out his crimes. In this case it is blatant obstruction of justice.
This is right on the same page as the gaff we reported yesterday, where he loopily admitted that there was no fraud in the 2020 election and that he had been lying all along.
There is a pattern here. Trump is one of the most obvious criminals we have ever seen from the standpoint of abuse of the highest office in the land alone. But confronting that fact and actually acting on it seems to engender endless hesitation.
The time has long passed that he should be indicted. And, listening to his continued self-incriminating statements, no one agrees with this more than Trump himself.