Woman kicked out of Austin Public Library after asking former FBI Director James Comey if 'being a criminal made it easier' for him to write a book on crime

"Will you be writing any new novels about your own criminal doings?"


Racheal Rae from the Liberty Broadcast was kicked out of an event on Wednesday in Austin, Texas, after she addressed former FBI Director James Comey during a Q&A, saying: "The fact that you are a criminal, did that make it easier for you to write a criminal novel?" 

"Also, will you be writing any new novels about your own criminal doings?" she asked. The host of the discussion responded to the question, "Thank you, appreciate it," with a hand gesture to signal she was going to ignore the question. 

"Is that a no?" Rae asked in response. "I'm sorry, could you answer for me?" The host continued to ignore the question and attempted to move on. 

"This is a real question," she continued. "A lot of people want to know if it was easier for you since you have so much knowledge of being a criminal." 

Security stepped in and told Rae, "I'm going to have to ask you to leave." She continued, "You can come back tomorrow, but I'm going to have to ask you to leave today for disrupting." 

On the way out, Rae and her cameraman heckled Comey, saying, "You're a criminal Comey," and "You should be in jail. You should be the one indicted, not Trump. Your time is coming." 

The Former FBI director is on a book tour to promote his novel Central Park West, which is listed on Amazon as a "fast-paced legal thriller with an intriguing plot enriched by real-life details and experiences." 

Comey was at the helm of the FBI when he launched a probe into allegations of Russian collusion against Trump in the 2016 presidential election, which were proven to be a deliberate "hoax" at the behest of the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC.

According to Reuters, in August 2019, the Department of Justice declined to prosecute Comey after an internal investigation found he improperly leaked information to the news media. 

Comey recently said in an interview with Jen Psaki on MSNBC that he is afraid if Trump is elected to a second term, "there [will be] no limits to what he will try to do to obstruct an effort to hold him accountable."

"He could order the investigation and prosecution of individuals who he sees as enemies. I’m sure I’m on the enemies list, because the president constitutionally does oversee the executive branch entirely, which includes the Department of Justice, prosecutors and investigators." 

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That pesky free speech and the 1st Amendment thing needs to be removed. It only leads to questions demanding answers. Government doesn't like that.

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