There is irony in this world, and there is monumental irony.

Originally published by WND News Center. Used with permission.

It’s well documented now that the federal government, through the FBI and DOJ, under Barack Obama, targeted an individual, Donald Trump, who was running for president.

He was accused, without any evidence, of colluding with Russia, among other things.

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Then under Joe Biden, Trump has been targeted, individually, many times, with various investigations, a raid on his private home, claims he caused a riot when he asked for a peaceful protest, and much, much more again.

Now James Comey, the FBI chief who Trump fired and who was in power during many of those attacks on Trump, says that’s not a good thing (see video below).

At least, it would not be a good thing when he’s thinking about the prospect of a Trump presidency starting in January 2025.

The past, he doesn’t address.

Comey said: “Think about what four years of a retribution presidency might look like. He (Trump) could order the investigation and prosecution of individuals who he sees as enemies. I’m sure I’m on the enemies list. Because the president does constitutionally oversee the executive branch entirely, which includes the Department of Justice, prosecutors, and investigators, so he could commission directly that individual be pursued. He could also direct all kinds of conduct that people would maybe take to court to try to stop. But who enforces court orders? Mostly the U.S. Marshal’s Service, which is part of the executive branch.”

He added, “President Trump could say I don’t care what the Supreme Court says or these district judges say. I’m telling the Marshal’s Service don’t enforce the court order.”

He noted further, “I want the American people to stare at the threat that we’re facing and understand that they cannot take the next election off.”

Mind you, multiple investigations — the most recent being special counsel John Durham’s — have found that Comey’s FBI improperly targeted Trump in “Operation Crossfire Hurricane” because they didn’t like him and did not want him in the Oval Office.


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