Well, well, well, turns out the entire world was not waiting for the release of James Comey’s “tell-all” book, after all…
And the funniest part in all of it is that reporters are actually “shocked.”
Our fake news media is stunned that there are no lines around the block for people to buy a book that critics have called “unprofessional” and “bitchy.”
From Washington Examiner
Members of the press on Monday greatly outnumbered customers at one bookstore in Washington ahead of Tuesday’s highly-anticipated release of fired FBI Director James Comey’s memoir, according to one report.
“Kramerbooks expected long lines but it’s very tame,” per CNN’s Saba Hemedy, referring to one of the capitol’s independent bookshops.
The journalist also reported overhearing someone at the store complain there were “more cameras than people.”
Hannah Yoest, of The Weekly Standard, also reported there being about “a dozen cameras for each customer present.”
The poor turnout emulates softer-than expected TV ratings for Comey’s interview with ABC on Sunday, his first televised sit-down since Trump dismissed him in May.
Comey’s book, A Higher Loyalty, was released at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.