In my nearly 34 years in the State Department I had many occasions in which I worked with the FBI. Except for one time (here), my experiences proved positive. I particularly enjoyed working with the FBI when I served at the US Mission to the UN in New York. Although many years have passed since then, I still do not feel comfortable discussing the nature of the work; suffice it to say, it was fun, legal, and done in the spirit of serving our country and allies by protecting them from some very bad guys. We worked closely, then, there, and elsewhere, with other US agencies and some genuinely excellent foreign ones. We never discussed domestic politics, including those of our foreign colleagues. I don't think any of us knew or cared how any other of us voted. It was just inconceivable that anybody's political preferences made any difference when working for the West. Good times. They seem so far, far away.
Back in those golden, olden days the FBI was universally recognized as the world's best law enforcement and counterintelligence service. That is gone, thanks to the politicization of the FBI, aided and abetted by recruiting from our crap leftist universities and the emphasis on "diversity." To top it off, the FBI got saddled with a malicious, narcissist known as Jim Comey.
I have written a lot about Comey, and won't repeat it (you can see some of that here, here, here). I watched what I could of his testimony before Graham's committee, and was, again, appalled by this man. He is a very polished liar; I am not a psychiatrist and don't play one on the internet, but there is something deeply wrong with this man. He lies with an incredible facility and never looks back. He has the most selective memory I have ever seen. Of critical events he has "no recall," but yet writes books and has a hagiographic HBO mini-series made about him based on his accounts of his doings. He adopts the pose of the moral arbiter, the super patriot, all the while using the great powers of the FBI to destroy innocent people's lives and conduct a coup against our democracy. He is disgusting beyond all bounds.
Watch the testimony and you'll see what I mean.