Former FBI Director James Comey says he will move to New Zealand if President Trump wins reelection. Comey should share his research with his cohorts Brennan, Clapper, McCabe, the Orr’s, and Obama. As Durham begins his process under the legal system of the United States, due process, these people might consider a quick trip to New Zealand to determine on which Island they wish to live and if in a city or out in the countryside. New Zealand is a beautiful place and if you like wine, they have some of the best.
What Comey must be assuming is that the wheels of justice will move slowly, and he will not have been indicted and will still have his passport by November of 2020. He must be thinking he will save himself some expenses and the hassle of listing his home for sale just in case Schiff can manufacture some lie that will not be so easily disproved. If that were to happen, Comey must be thinking that perhaps then a socialist might be able to be elected. If that were to happen, all the charges based on facts would be dropped against the socialist agents who worked so feverishly for the election of such a flawed candidate as Hillary Clinton, ignoring any and all laws. I do not believe even Comey believes that will happen, and since he is preparing to stay out of jail, his apparent research has led him to begin preparations to move to New Zealand.
One of the key factors of Comey choosing a country would have to be the extradition agreement the country has with the United States. Of course, Comey could choose a country like Venezuela, a country who has the same policies he wants for the United States, but who would want to live under the conditions that are a result of the policies he supports. New Zealand would be much better and there is a clause in the extradition agreement that I am sure Comey believes the far-left government of New Zealand would claim when the United States tried to enforce the extradition agreement.
Article VI of the agreement states that Extradition shall not be granted in any of the following circumstances. And number 4 of the article states, If the offense for which his extradition is requested is of a political character, or if he proves that the requisition for his surrender has in fact been made with a view to try or punish him for an offense of a political character. If any question arises as to whether a case comes within the provisions of this paragraph, it shall be determined according to the laws of the requested Party.
We have learned that Comey understands how to use the law for nefarious purposes. He has probably already confirmed with the like minded government in New Zealand that they would invoke this provision. As Durham continues his fact-finding mission, expect more of those mentioned above to announce how lovely a place New Zealand is and that they would also love to move there. The cost of living is reasonable and US$.63 buys New Zealand $1. That is also favorable. Great choice Comey. Oh, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok might want to go along with you.
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