Friday, February 2, 2018

Shocking memo reveals how Comey disgraced an honorable FBI



James Comey is so arrogant he actually thinks he's in the right in how he went about his business running the FBI. 
But that's the problem with arrogance, it keeps one from seeing the error of their ways.  Bottom line, I believe James Comey is not only a disgrace to himself, he's qa disgrace to the FBI and the United States. 

Here is an excellent opinion by Fox News. 



Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker and former Justice Department official Robert Driscoll weigh in on Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) comments on the release of the FISA memo and how the memo impacts the FBI.

The information contained in the memo released by House Republicans on Friday that accused FBI and Justice Department officials of improperly obtaining permission to surveil a former Trump campaign adviser shows a tragic failure of leadership on the part of former FBI Director James Comey.

But importantly, the memo does not in any way reflect on the outstanding work of the more than 35,000 dedicated men and women of the FBI.

It pains me – as a former FBI executive who loves and respects the organization – to say that Comey’s short tenure at the FBI has proven to be the worst thing to happen to the agency since Director L. Patrick Gray was fired during the Watergate scandal.

If the facts stated in the memo are true – despite the highly political nature of congressional committees – then there was either incompetent or deliberate manipulation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Court to get approval of the surveillance.

Even new agent trainees at the FBI Academy know better than to use paid opposition research and newspaper articles to support use of one of the most sensitive and intrusive surveillance techniques in the investigative toolbox. If they do use such information, the FISA judge should have been apprised of the origins of the research.


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