The issue isn’t whether the memo should be released. The issue is the oversight of the FBI and Justice department. A roundup of editorials Friday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the right:
From The Gainesville Sun: We should see what is in the memo – good or bad.
Having read “The Memo,” the FBI is right to have “grave concerns” - as it will shake the organization down to its core - showing Americans just how the agency was weaponized by the Obama officials/DNC/HRC to target political adversaries. #ReleaseTheMemo— Rep. Jeff Duncan (@RepJeffDuncan) February 1, 2018
From American Greatness: A memo that shows FBI corruption would be a bad thing, but it could be much worse than we think.
.@RandPaul: "The American public needs to see this [memo] because we need to know was an entire investigation of a president based on an accusation from a campaign opposition research?" pic.twitter.com/TNMzIy5Km5— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 2, 2018
From columnist Andrew McCarthy: Why are Democrats condemning the process of releasing the memo?