On Monday afternoon, FBI Director James Comey was questioned in front of Congress and debunked the wiretapping conspiracy promoted by Donald Trump. In response, the president wasn't happy, and neither was one of his strongest supporters.

Palin on Comey

After yet another link revealing ties between Russia and the Donald Trump administration was exposed, the former host of "The Apprentice" was forced to shift the narrative. The Washington Post broke a bombshell story earlier this month which uncovered that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had been in contact with the Russian ambassador at least twice during the election.

Doing his best to deflect from the situation, Trump took to Twitter to accuse Barack Obama of somehow wiretapping his office inside his New York City Trump Tower. No evidence was presented at the time, and the White House has yet to provide any as of press time. When asked point blank about this at the aforementioned hearing on Russian election interference, James Comey confirmed that the FBI and DOJ have no evidence to back up Trump's claim. As seen on her Facebook page on March 22, former half term Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is not pleased.

Taking to her offical Facebook page on Tuesday, Sarah Palin is not happy that James Comey is still leading the FBI under Donald Trump. "The swamp runs deep.

Where are Congressional 'investigators' on this conflict of interest issue?" Palin asked, while posting an article from her official website that claims Comey has ties to the Clinton Foundation.

Sarah Palin continued to lash out, asking multiple questions about why James Comey still has a job, and doing so not long after the director of the FBI dismissed the wiretapping claims made by Donald Trump.

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"Why aren't dots more clearly connected by those in authority, those privy to information that we peasants are not?" Palin wondered. Not stopping there, the 2008 vice presidential nominee went on to ask "Why is tainted Comey still part of Team Trump?" while noting, "How long does he get to ride the train?"

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In addition to Sarah Palin, many Donald Trump loyalists are now voicing their opposition to James Comey. Ironically, it was Comey that Republicans praised during the 2016 presidential election after he allegedly targeted the Clinton campaign over her email controversy.