F. H. Buckley, professor of law at George Mason University, penned a column for Fox News in which he argued that the testimony was the "vindication of an honest man."
"No one watching the hearing could fail to be impressed by the Attorney General's candor, by his willingness to open himself up and answer all of the charges directed his way," wrote Buckley.
"June 13, 2017, may be remembered as the day in which the Democratic campaign to take down Donald Trump over the Comey investigation finally fell apart."
Buckley denounced the Senate Democrats involved in the Committee, arguing that efforts by the likes of Senators Kamala Harris, Mark Warner, and Martin Heinrich "are going to be remembered as an embarrassment that will [bring] down the curtain on the investigation."
"If you didn't see the hearings, I invite you to catch a moment or two of them on YouTube. You'll see how a gentle and decent man, one who feels dishonor like a stain, acquits himself against the scurrilous attacks by people in every respect his moral inferiors," concluded Buckley.