It’s becoming increasingly clear that the Obama-era Comey led FBI was a partisan, anti-Trump machine.
From James Comey’s laughable “investigation” into Hillary’s mishandling of classified emails to Mueller’s Russia “witch-hunt” to anti-Trump FBI agents like Peter Strzok and former Obama-era FBI agent Clint Watts, who called President Trump an “enemy of the state.”
Who is Clint Watts?
Well per Wikipedia
In a 2014 article titled “The Good and Bad of Ahrar al-Sham”, Watts urged the US to openly support the Al Qaeda linked group Ahrar al Sham which was one of the main opposition forces of the Syrian Civil War and accused of war crimes by Amnesty International  and by the UN Human Rights Council. Also, despite his numerous appearances on US media and his testimonies to the US Congress on the subject of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential elections, Watts has been accused of lacking any concrete expertise regarding Russia, having no relevant scholarly or academic background and no knowledge of the Russian language.
On Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” former FBI Special Agent Clint Watts reacted to President Trump’s tweets about the FBI by stating Trump is “an enemy of the state whenever he is pushing against the FBI in that way.”
Watts said, “This is more Trump first, America second. I mean, I was worried a year ago about Russia tearing down democratic institutions. I’m more now worried about our president tearing down democratic institutions. He is the leader of the executive branch. He should be the one setting the tone for the FBI. He should be supporting them, pushing them in the right direction. If he does believe they’re in tatters, which I think is absolute nonsense, the best way to go about that would be, be a leader, set an agenda. And instead, he’s going on the attack. And that’s going to backfire on him. It may solidify his base. But it’s also undermining our country. He is actually weakening the credibility of the federal law enforcement agency for the entire United States. He’s going to sow doubt in their ability, and he is going to hurt the ability of our law enforcement and judicial systems with his claims. So he is an enemy of the state whenever he is pushing against the FBI in that way.”
Later on, Watts stated Trump takes “a discrediting approach. It’s what authoritarians do all around the world. We’ve seen that repeatedly. And now, they’re modeling their behavior off of our president, which is somewhat ironic and also scary.”