Criticizing FBI threatens ’rule of law’, says former Director Webster

Criticizing FBI threatens ’rule of law’, says former Director Webster

Former CIA and FBI Director William Webster, in an op-ed Monday, wrote that the FBI is not a ’broken institution’ and criticizing it threatens the ’rule of law’. Webster, a registered Republican, served as FBI director under both Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Webster criticized Trump’s ’dangerous and unwarranted’ attack on the FBI, suggesting his remarks threaten the bureau’s independence.

Timothy
Timothy
One Watchable
One Watchable 4 months

"Rule" of "law". PMSL. TPtB must be criticised and held accountable, especially now that that particular (((group))) is to be outed clearly. Muh sob-sobz.

Paul C
Paul C 4 months

So the FBI commits a sloppy, probably illegal surveillance on US citizens and when put under scrutiny and exposed, it is the people criticizing the activity that are endangering the rule of law. Ya, that makes perfect fucking sense.

ICblades
ICblades 4 months

FYI the FBI was intended to be a temporary program on its inception. And Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself.

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 4 months

All organizations need to be fairly criticized.

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