Certain divisions of the FBI, particularly those at the top, are hotbeds of politicization and cruel treatment of citizens. A National Review editorial suggests one key remedy, and a House Republican report identifies some of the issues. A 1,000-page report on the “politicization of the FBI and Justice Department” was made public on Friday by the Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee. The report’s fundamental premise that “the Federal Bureau of Investigation, under the leadership of Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, is dysfunctional” is largely supported, even moments when it is overheated and overbroad in its…
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