Recall that Queen Hillary Clinton has accused the former director of being complicit in her loss of the last election and would see this as a good riddance. Also Harry Reid had previously called for the former FBI director to resign his office and Charles Schumer also had said that that he has lost confidence in the director and that he should resign. So, now that their wish has come to pass, what else do they or any of their minions want to achieve by talking about timing of the firing? An action president who is full of surprises has just granted them their heart's desires and they should be happy about the firing of the former director, instead of continuing with their whining.
How could any rational investigator have concluded as the former director did, concerning the investigation of Hillary Clinton but turned around to recommend that no reasonable prosecutor would prosecute the case, which evidence exists to so prosecute. The reason investigators gather evidence is for prosecutors to use it to establish a charge at trial. So how does any sane person explain that an investigation unearthed some evidence with which a charge could be prosecuted, yet recommended that no reasonable prosecutor would prosecute the charge, leading to the shouts of cover-up.
ICHEOKU says making that judgment call on not prosecuting Hillary Clinton for her email-gate scandal was the lowest of the low points on the former FBI director's career and hopefully he has learnt his lesson. Why he overstepped his boundaries and delivered an apparent slap on the face of the former Attorney General to whom he is supposed to report to, only James Comey knows. ICHEOKU says did James Comey deserve to be fired? Yes, admitted why not sooner. Hopefully with him now out of the way, may be the FBI can reopen the Hillary Clinton's emailgate investigation and let justice be finally served.