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Comey closes his Twitter DMs after people kept sending him hilarious messages

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Former FBI Director James B. Comey Jr. has finally joined Twitter with an account using his real name, and he foolishly kept his messages open so that anyone could send him one.

When you join the social media platform you have the open of allowing any user to message you — or only those you follow.

For a day, Comey allowed anyone with something to say to directly message his account — resulting in Lone Conservative founder Kassy Dillon launching the hilarious hashtag #DMComey with a question about his feelings about Games of Thrones character Stannis Baratheon.

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The important questions kept rolling in.

Other users simply sent photos of their cats.

A user named Peter D’Abrosca‏ may have won the best-message prize however, with a poem.

“James and Jill looked into Hill and read some Clinton emails. James went live, the election was tied, and Clinton’s crimes were detailed. James got blamed, and he was shamed, until the Don was elected. James lost his job, Clinton said he was robbed, and James was left defective,” the poet wrote.

By Tuesday evening, Comey had shut the fun down by locking his messages other than to the 19 people he follows, which includes the Onion, Lawfare Editor-in-chief Benjamin Wittes and two founders of the public relations firm Javelin.

It remains unclear if Comey responded to any of the hundreds of messages — but as of press time, it appears that he did not.

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BLM Activist Wearing “Justice for Breonna Taylor” T-Shirt Shoots, Kills Three People in Bar Owned by Louisville Ex-Cop

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A man wearing a “Justice for Breonna Taylor” t-shirt allegedly shot and killed three people at a Louisville, Kentucky bar owned by a retired police officer on Friday night.

33-year old Michael E. Rynes was arrested by Louisville police on Friday after the mass shooting event, in which he allegedly shot three people at random at Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill. They all died of their injuries.

Eyewitness accounts describe Rynes as wearing a ‘Justice for Breonna Taylor’ t-shirt when he entered the establishment and began shooting.

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Rynes would be arrested by Louisville Police hours after the shooting while hiding in a bush near Bungalow Joe’s. He matched the description given in initial 911 calls regarding the shooting, and possessed a firearm with ammunition used at the bar shooting. The 33-year old Rynes, whose social media contains content expressing his support for left-wing BLM causes and NFL anthem kneeling, was arrested and charged with three counts of murder for his alleged involvement in the shootings.

Rynes was seen smiling in photography of his arrest hours after the bar shooting.

Taylor was a Louisville woman who was shot and killed by police earlier this year during an operation in which they were seeking to apprehend her drug dealer boyfriend. Progressive and BLM activists have sought to publicize the controversial shooting-which remains under investigation by the Kentucky Attorney General- as an alternative to the incidences involving Jacob Blake and George Floyd, both of whom had extensive criminal histories when they resisted arrest for crimes.

Nobody had ever seen this guy before,Said restaurant owner and retired law enforcement officer Joe Bishop, referring to the shooter. “It was a totally random act.

26-year old Toreon Hudson, 48-year old William Smallwood, and 24-year old Steven Head were killed in Rynes alleged shooting rampage. Two of the murder victims were white, and one was black.

This appears to be the latest Black Lives Matter mass shooting, following Micah Xavier’s mass shooting of five Dallas, Texas police officers in 2016. Peculiar that the corporate media has largely ignored the mass casualty event while devoting hours of coverage to the controversial Taylor shooting, which remains under official investigation.

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