posted on Nov, 17 2018 @ 10:58 AM
originally posted by: Sookiechacha
If Lisa Page's and Peter Strzok's personal opinions of Trump disqualified them from the investigation, then Matthew Whitaker's public outspoken
opinions on the national media stage should disqualify him.
Wait, wait, wait! I think you might be comparing apples to, well, oranges here (no pins intended). In one instance you have people who are directly
involved in an investigation of an opposition member, who are purportedly using their influence and bias to allow said opposition member to skirt
around the laws. Very clear conflict of interest.
In the other case you have someone who has an opinion on the current climate of the media. One does not equal the other. The media isnt being charged
with anything , unless I missed it. They aren't being investigated, though they likely should be. Thus there is no conflict of interest there. Now if
the whole media industry was being investigated, then and only then, would you have reason to use that comparison.