uring his testimony, James Comey admitted to purposefully leaking information to the media in order to get a special prosecutor hired.
“Comey’s admission that he is a leaker also raises serious legal questions. In my view, Comey broke the law: 18 U.S.C. § 641 provides that it is a federal crime to, without authority, convey a record of the United States, in this case an FBI record he admits under oath he leaked after being fired,” explained American Center for Law and Justice Chief Jay Sekulow.
Despite this, Hollywood is so fascinated by James Comey that he has been contacted by Hollywood and book publishers and has been offered $10 million for his story. That’s the price of breaking the law in liberal America.
“Jim Comey’s story has everything, from White House intrigue to possible corruption and law breaking. His explosive story makes ‘West Wing’ and ‘House of Cards’ on a par with Mister Rogers. When his proposal hits my desk, I’ve already been authorized to offer $10 million,” said an acquisition editor for a New York publishing house according to Daily Mail.
“I know one top drawer producer who’s already talking to stars to cast the Comey role. He has to be tall, good-looking and a Jimmy Stewart-John Wayne-hero type. I was mesmerized when I spent the whole day watching Comey testify. Comey could expect a movie deal tied into the book worth many millions of dollars more, tens of millions,” a prominent Hollywood agent told the Daily Mail.