Look Who Just Went Into Hiding After What Came Out In Comey’s Testimony Yesterday

Yesterday was a HUGE win for President Donald Trump and conservatives. After months of the liberal media screaming that there was evidence of Russian collusion that all turned out to be a lie. Of course, we all knew that this was a desperate attempt by the left to oust Trump, but the truth prevailed. During former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony, the American finally heard the truth and much more.

Under oath, Comey admitted that President Trump was NEVER under investigation concerning Russia, President Trump did not obstruct justice, Loretta Lynch pressured Comey to cover for Hillary Clinton, and he admitted to leaking at least one memo illegally.

In my opinion, those are some MAJOR revelations, right?

Here is the clip of when James Comey admits to leaking information.

So, when James Comey decided to illegally share information, of course, he shared it with a close friend.

Comey’s friend is Daniel Richman, who is a law professor at Columbia. Apparently, Comey shared at least one memo with Richman so that it could be leaked to news sources. However, what makes this even more interesting is that shortly after Richman was revealed as the leaker, he did the unthinkable.

It appears that Richman has taken off and has gone into hiding? Now, why would Richman go into hiding you may be asking yourself?

I will give you one guess.


Richman took these documents that Comey gave him knowing that they were FBI property. Also, these documents were given to Richman AFTER Comey was fired from his position in the FBI. Richman had to know that this was against the law considering that he is a law professor at one of our countries most prestigious universities. Richman then took these documents that held sensitive communications with the president and handed to them to press.

Shortly after all was revealed, Richman then went into hiding.

According to Daily Mail:

Columbia professor Daniel Richman appears to have gone into hiding after it emerged that he had leaked James Comey’s memo on his meeting with Donald Trump.

Comey testified on Thursday that he had asked a friend at Columbia to release the memo, in which he wrote that Trump had asked him to squash the investigation into Mike Flynn’s Russian ties.

Richman, the Paul J Kellner Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, confirmed after the hearing that he was the friend in question – and then vanished, the New York Post reported.

When asked, Comey said the man he asked to leak the memo to the New York Times in May was ‘a good friend of mine who’s a professor at Columbia Law School.’

Richman confirmed to Mic that he was the professor in question, but then fled his home on Henry Street in Brooklyn’s Richmond Heights.

Neighbors refused to answer questions when the New York Post arrived, and a doorman eventually barred their reporter.

Richman is described on the Columbia website as ‘a former federal prosecutor who served as the chief appellate attorney in the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.’

It also says that he served as a consultant to the Department of Justice and the Department of the Treasury on federal criminal matters.

Perhaps more pertinently, it says ‘He is currently an adviser to FBI Director James B Comey.’

He and Comey worked together when Richman was a federal prosecutor in Manhattan; they also worked together at Columbia in 2013.

Last month the New Yorker called Richman Comey’s ‘close friend’ and ‘unofficial media surrogate’.

Comey testified that he was spurred into asking Richman to leak the memo after Trump fired him and tweeted that he’d ‘better hope there are not tapes.’

This is exactly why our country is in the shape it is today. Comey is the one that brought this all on himself, and then he turns around and behaves like a spurned lover.

Second, Richman running off into hiding proves his guilt and he should step forward and take his punishment like a man.

And third, Comey should be charged as well for leaking documents to Richman and the media. Out of his own mouth, Comey has said that leakers hurt the country, but I guess that is everyone else but him.

Richman needs to be held accountable for these leaks and has no right to hide from those consequences. The country has suffered enough and it is now the time that we heal and get back to the business of making America great again.


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