Clinton and Sessions, Trump and Comey. Which firing was worse? A Limerick.

Was firing of Comey Nixonian?

And firing of Sessions Clintonian?

Both were Hillary’s fault

from her vicious assault

on truth, life and freedom: Hillaryian.

The comparison of firing of special prosecutor Archibald Fox with the firing of FBI director Comey is far fetched at best. Archibald Fox had one job: to investigate Nixon and was hot on his trail when he was fired.  Comey was FBI director and had hundreds of investigations, none of which he personally led and which continued unchanged after he was fired.

Bill Clinton on the other hand fired Bill Sessions after trumped up, but true ethics violations such as taking personal trips on FBI air-planes  and having a 10,000 dollar fence installed around his house for personal protection, all on taxpayers dime. The real reason for the firing of Sessions was that he was investigating Bill’s and Hillary’s multiple criminal acts left over from their time in Arkansas. A short time before somebody from the White House (Hillary?) had requested all FBI files on their political opponents and not fully reliable friends, and got the complete dossiers from A to F, but then somebody leaked the information and they stopped their “mistake” . Sessions was fired and the next day Vincent Foster was found dead, ruled suicide. He was to have testified before congress a few days later about Hillary’s Rose Law Firm’s records, among other things. Bill Clinton had another candidate ready for the FBI job, Louis Freeh, more to his liking. He would know better than to look for the skeletons in the Clintons’ closets.

No comparison can be made with Trump’s firing of Comey, except that they were both sudden and expected. Comey had usurped authority by taking it on himself to exonerate Hillary Clinton on the e-mail scandal, a job that only the deputy attorney General or the AG herself could do. In addition he failed to investigate numerous crimes, such as Fast and Furious, IRS, national security leaks, too name a few. His firing was necessary to restore confidence in FBI.

Clinton fires Sessions, Trump fires Comey, no dead body this time, a Limerick

Bill Clinton gave Sessions the boot

the press didn’t care, not a hoot

Vincent Foster did die

the next day, you ask why?

Poor Hillary needed more loot.

To be fair, the person Bill Clinton did fire was William Sessions, not to be confused with Jeff Sessions.

In its 109-year history, only one F.B.I. director had been fired — until Tuesday, when President Trump fired James B. Comey. July 19, 1993, President Bill Clinton fired William S. Sessions, who had been nominated to the post by President Ronald Reagan in 1987. Mr. Clinton said his attorney general, Janet Reno, reviewed Mr. Sessions’s leadership and concluded “in no uncertain terms that he can no longer effectively lead the bureau.”Mr. Sessions had been cited for ethical lapses, including taking free trips on F.B.I. aircraft.

At least with President Trump firing James Comey there are no dead bodies showing up in its wake. The case of Vincent Foster is still very suspicious.

Vincent Foster: Died: July 20, 1993

Found dead in Ft. Marcy Park in Washington, DC, of a supposed suicide by gunshot. A suicide note was supposedly found a few days later, torn into several pieces, in his briefcase, after his office had been entered by White House staff and materials removed. The “suicide” note, (leaked despite official efforts to keep it from view) has since been revealed to be a forgery.

The gun which he supposedly used to kill himself was reported to be still in his hand, but the person who first found the body reports that there was no gun at that time. Many irregularities surround the death and the investigation of it. For one thing, neither Foster’s fingerprints or blood were on the gun he supposedly inserted into his mouth and fired. There was no blood on Foster’s hands.

Foster was also from Hope, Ark., like Clinton, and also worked for the Rose Law firm. Foster had intimate knowledge of the Clintons’ personal finances. Foster was involved in an investigation of their finances, and reportedly made a phone call to Hillary Clinton, in Los Angeles, just hours before his death. Foster had been called to testify to Congress about the records Hillary refused to turn over. Another possible motive for the murder relates to the Clinton Presidential Blind Trust, being prepared by Foster, but six months late. Testimony during the Whitewater hearings suggests the trust was fraudulent, with the Clintons retaining control over much of their finances, in order to profits from inside information.

Recently, the signed report of M.E. Dr. Donald Haut was uncovered at the National Archives, proving that Foster had a previously unreported gunshot wound to his neck.

Finally, an FBI memo surfaced dated the day after the date of the official autopsy, in which the pathologist informed the FBI that there was NO exit wound.