In your editorial, Feb. 7, on the “Nunes Memo draws fire from America,” you note that you were swamped with letters from across the United States and even from Canada as well as up and down California criticizing Rep. Devin Nunes for publishing his memo.
From across the United States, you shared letters from Minneapolis (two of them!), Eugene, Oregon, and Edwardsville, Illinois.
From up-and-down California, I saw letters from Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Irvine, Commerce City and even Modesto. It does not take a political scientist to see that these communications have come from Democrat strongholds. Thus, a more accurate title to your commentary might have included Democrats rather than America.
For a more balanced perspective about the relationship between the Democrats and the FBI, I would refer you to a recent article from the Wall Street Journal that you might find quite enlightening regarding this subject.
In short, by history, the Democrats have flip-flopped regarding the FBI, as it may or may not have represented their agenda. Currently, the FBI gets very strong support from the Democrats, since their agenda is and has been to destroy Donald Trump and his presidency. No surprise here.
Gareth Houghton, Fresno