That's because 30 years of watching them convinces me most Congressional investigations are useless.
Allow me to now demonstrate this.
1) how many memos there were
2) how many memos contained classified info
3) how many memos he gave to Professor Daniel Richman.
That actually happened.
NO Senator on that committee asked Comey the most BASIC foundational questions:
"How many memos did you take with you?"
"How many memos had class. info in them?
"How many did you give to Prof. Richman?"
In fact, it's not until over a month later it's revealed in a report by The Hill that the number of Comey memos is SEVEN, not nine, as several of the Senators were assuming.
Well in fact FOUR of the seven had classified info in them.
He never tells them, and they never pin him down.
Which they never did.
All the REAL MOVEMENT on SpyGate has come from DOJ Inspector General Horowitz.
AND SOME OF IT LEAKED ANYWAY.
Career federal investigators/prosecutors aren't going to publicly discuss their cases or evidence until done.
Which more than a few members of Congress use for grandstanding, not to mention partisan leaks to the news media to drive narratives.
Yeah, that sucks.
But does that stop Horowitz and all the ongoing investigations at the DOJ? How?
Does that stop Trump from declassifying all the SpyGate docs? How?
There's now a 2 year window to roll out all the SpyGate stuff. And weather the national crisis that will result from it's being made fully public, so people can see the full extent of the crimes/damage caused
Watergate didn't get any body killed.
You don't like that?
I don't care.