Fired FBI Director (and one of the biggest anti-Trumpers out there) James Comey spoke at Politicon Saturday in Nashville.
While having a conversation with Nicole Wallace from MSNBC, Comey said if President Trump wins again he is moving to New Zealand.
(Only if he's not behind bars, though.)
James Comey: But we have something in common. And I said it when I sat here with the first question you asked. We have a set of values that are at the core of this country that hold this place together… Our leaders must reflect the glue that holds us together. They can’t be people who lie all the time. They just can’t. And I hope people see that’s true whether they are Republicans or Democrats.
Nicolle Wallace: What if he wins again?
James Comey: I will be, from my new home in New Zealand, but I still will believe in America.
Old Jim Comey loves hearing himself talk.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 26, 2019
Comey won't get the spotlight he craves if he moves to New Zealand. Our money says he's not going anywhere no matter what happens.
People in New Zealand won't want to hear him cry about President Trump. Trust me, Comey is staying right where he is.
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James Comey, you're no longer relevant. Move to New Zealand or not, no one cares about you.