Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
The dilemma is that the same President who fired Comey is the same President who will appoint his replacement and that's the really scary part. Looking around the White House at Trumps appointments like Kelly Ann Conway, Steve Bannon, Sean Spice and others should give anyone pause. It is highly doubtful that Trump will choose a competent, skilled, honest law enforcement professional who will lead the FBI effectively. Trump is more concerned with disproving any Russia connection to his campaign than selecting an individual that might ultimately be responsible for charging him with crimes if his involvement with Russia could be proven.
I am glad Comey is gone but gravely concerned about who Trump might select to replace him.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Comey claims he is "nauseated" that his actions of October 27, 2016 may have impacted the election, but he wouldn't have done anything different. That speaks volumes about his self-serving, flawed judgement and serious lack of a sense of fundamental fairness. Comey is unworthy to serve as Director of the FBI. He lacks the integrity, judgement and character necessary to lead an agency with as important a role as the FBI has.
Comey has tarnished the shield of the FBI and undermined the integrity of the organization. He is a disgrace to professional law enforcement in my opinion.