Whoopi Goldberg went off on a liberal rant in response to FBI Director James Comey’s announcement Sunday that the new Hillary Clinton-related emails recently found included nothing that “changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton.”
Comey announced in July that he was not recommending charges against Clinton.
“Forty-four million people have already cast ballots,” Goldberg said, referencing how many early voters who have already voted since Comey said the bureau found additional emails on a laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of loyal aide Huma Abedin..
“The View” co-host Joy Behar chimed in that “a lot of people voted against Hillary” due to Comey, but offered nothing to substantiate her claim.
While Goldberg was none too pleased with Comey, she saved her ire for Donald Trump surrogate and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who she claimed said he read the emails — two days before Comey informed Congress of the new emails, Giuliani predicted that some “pretty big surprises” were coming, saying he “heard about it” from former agents.
“How did you see it when Comey hasn’t seen it?” she asked. “I would say Giuliani was lying and it bothered me because what it did was it once again put a doubt in my mind as to whether I should be thinking about the FBI as yet another agency I can’t trust.”
Goldberg said she wanted to think that the FBI is doing the work they’re supposed to be doing and Americans should not have to question that.
“Because you got two boneheads who think because nobody’s going to say anything because they say, ‘Well, I saw them,’ and it’s like, no, dude, you did not see them. You didn’t read doodoo.”
But the real “doodoo” is her claim that Giuliani said he “read” the emails… to the best of our knowledge, he never said that.
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