A dangerous head of the FBI?

Clarice Feldman
Citing a number of factors in his career we have already dissected here, the Wall Street Journal indicates its opposition to the appointment of James Comey to be Director of the FBI:

Any potential FBI director deserves scrutiny, since the position has so much power and is susceptible to ruinous misjudgments and abuse. That goes double with Mr. Comey, a nominee who seems to think the job of the federal bureaucracy is to oversee elected officials, not the other way around, and who had his own hand in some of the worst prosecutorial excesses of the last decade.

The Journal highlights the abuses of this man who should not be placed in the critical position of trust running the FBI.

Citing a number of factors in his career we have already dissected here, the Wall Street Journal indicates its opposition to the appointment of James Comey to be Director of the FBI:

Any potential FBI director deserves scrutiny, since the position has so much power and is susceptible to ruinous misjudgments and abuse. That goes double with Mr. Comey, a nominee who seems to think the job of the federal bureaucracy is to oversee elected officials, not the other way around, and who had his own hand in some of the worst prosecutorial excesses of the last decade.

The Journal highlights the abuses of this man who should not be placed in the critical position of trust running the FBI.