An article by CNN titled: "Everyone hates James Comey. And he's fine with that," portrays the FBI Director at the hearing as it was conducted by Democrats and Republicans from the Senate Judiciary Committee as not caring which side was or still is upset with him. He seemed to express that he couldn't care less about Democrats going after him for his decision to drum up Clinton's opposition last year when he sent a private letter to the congressional committee leaders about the FBI reopening their investigation on her. At the same time, Republicans went after him for being "soft" on Clinton and her aides when he said that they shouldn't be charged for mishandling information -- of this, he could give a toss.

Everything is partisan

James Comey's hearing is by itself more about Partisan Politics just as other hearings scheduled, or any other hearings that have already taken place. All questioning from members of each committee is based on partisan views. Endless patterns reveal themselves as to what that party's priorities are within the topics. Anything related to the Russian investigation on Trump has also been made to be seen as partisan, which is what Blasting News pointed out over the last hearing conducted by the House Intelligence Committee with James Comey and Michael Rogers.

In his explanations for why he made the decisions he's been criticized for, Comey understood that he was being targeted by either side for their own agendas and made an example of.

But as the CNN article states, Comey didn't care. When he explained for instance that he "saw two doors" over what he should do about notifying Congress over deciding whether he should reopen the investigation on Clinton before Election Day -- one that said "conceal" and the other to "speak" -- he said that he saw himself going through both of them as bad but that he had to make a decision, perhaps the lesser of two evils.

Comey not as partisan as people believe?

He made a lively argument with Diane Feinstein about this and yet they both agreed that in the end, he had not seen anything that convinced him to draw a different conclusion than what he already had. Its angered Republicans that he would think that Clinton should not be indicted for mishandling classified information because it wasn't intentional.

He claimed that they had discussed the ramifications of following through on the information and in sending a private letter to Congressional committee leaders. One would come to the conclusion that he conducted himself as professionally as someone without bias. But the fact that the private letter was actually revealed by a Republican member of a committee, is where Comey became the victim of partisan politics, and in this case, with blame misdirected for Clinton's loss. Knowing that this was the case, James Comey should have very little to worry about as long as he doesn't engage in partisan politics, as Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) did when he leaked the information.