Comey Friend, Wittes, Hints That a Trump Bombshell Is On The Way

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We just published a story which hinted at a major incoming bombshell in the Trump/Russia investigation. The argument used was that both Trump and Fox News seem to have changed their narrative from ‘No Russian involvement of collusion” to “collusion is legal and common”.  It’s almost as if they are preparing the public for evidence, which soon will drop, implicating that there really was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Immediately following the publication of that article this morning, another tidbit of information popped up, suggesting that yes a bombshell is on its way. Benjamin Wittes, the man James Comey provided details about his Trump memos to, who then leaked them to the press, has just made two somewhat cryptic tweets alluding to a ticking time bomb.

The first tweet simply read, “tick tick tick tick tick tick tick tick.”

This was then followed by a more substantial, yet still cryptic tweet, stating:

“3 things:
1) Not all ticks are related to Comey.
2) Fuse length remains uncertain.
3) Interesting preemptive defense of collusion happening.”

Wittes is clearly alluding to three separate points here. First of all, not all the information he is privy to is related to James Comey’s ties to the Trump investigation. Second, he’s also unsure how long it will be before this next bombshell explodes, but it is ticking. Finally, the bombshell will likely be related to evidence pointing towards Trump’s collusion with Russian officials.

Wittes is a distinguished individual who clearly garnered the trust of James Comey. He’s not someone to make up or embellish rumors or facts, and if he believes something big is coming, I personally view it as fact. Wittes has tweeted the words ‘tick tick tick” before, and each time he has, yet another major leak in this investigation dropped soon after. Combined with the sudden change of narrative by Fox News and Trump himself, I feel it’s safe to say that something big is on the way; something that is not going to go over well for the President. Then again, perhaps I’m wrong.

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