Hillary Clinton had the private email system. Hillary used her private email system to send and receive classified information. Hillary had the email server installed at her house. Yet the big three networks have attacked FBI Director James Comey over Hillary’s email scandal instead of the presidential candidate.

Media Research Center (MRC) analysts have found that CBS, ABC, and NBC have concentrated on Comey more than Hillary:

Beginning with the evening (October 28) of the announcement through Monday morning (October 31) MRC analysts reviewed reviewed all statements (by reporters, analysts, and partisans) that took a position on Comey and Clinton and found arguments against Comey (88) swamped those against Clinton (31) by a ratio of almost 3 to 1. There were a handful of statements that praised either Comey (10) or Clinton (4)

MRC analysts also discovered that the Big Three networks’ evening (ABC’s World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News) and morning show programs (ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, NBC’s Today) devoted a total of 2 hours, 19 minutes and 49 seconds to the Comey story.

On CBS This Morning, Gayle King criticized Comey while stating that other officials, including former Attorney General Eric Holder (famous for Operation Fast & Furious gun running scandal that left Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry dead), that Comey’s decision to reopen the case “has unintentionally hurt the public’s trust in the FBI.”

That’s odd. In July, Comey listed all the things that the agents found during their investigation of Hillary’s private email system, saying that she and her aides were extremely careless with classified information and that regular people would face punishment for these actions. Yet, back then he said despite all this evidence, he did not recommend the DOJ press charges against Hillary.

Um, that press conference hurt the public’s trust in the FBI.

Nothing on the fact that these emails, which obviously have some significance to the case, were just found. Nothing about how these emails somehow found their way onto devices that don’t belong to Hillary, but her aide Huma Abedin and her husband Anthony Weiner.