How could Comey justify the public revelation of a criminal investigation and a summary of evidence of guilt about one candidate for president and remain silent about the existence of a criminal investigation of the campaign of another? How could he deny knowledge of surveillance that was well-known in the intelligence community, even among his own agents? Why would the FBI director inject his agents, who have prided themselves on professional political neutrality, into a bitterly contested campaign having been warned it might affect the outcome? Why did he reject the law's just commands of silence in favor of putting his thumb on political scales?Read more here.
I don't know the answers to those questions. But the American public, and Hillary Clinton, is entitled to them.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Getting back into the good graces of his employers?
It looks like Andrew Napolitano is trying to get back into the good graces of the Murdoch sons, his new bosses at Fox News. He writes about FBI Director Comey's actions during the presidential campaign.