The FBI Does Not Need Another Don Quixote as Director

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The FBI Does Not Need Another Don Quixote as Director
American Greatness ^| 13 May 2017 | Brandon J Weichert

Posted on 5/13/2017, 7:26:52 PM by Rummyfan

In Miguel de Cervantes’ classic 17th century work, Don Quixote, the eponymous character becomes enamored with the concept of chivalry. Believing that chivalry was dead and in need of rehabilitation, Quixote assumes he is the last chivalrous man alive. Thus, he resolves to single-handedly revive chivalry and bring justice to all.

Of course, as the reader soon discovers—spoiler alert!—Quixote is insane. In Quixote’s self-imposed quest to revive chivalry, he often confuses his arrogant urge to feed his ego with a desire to do good. Quixote is also delusional and often suffers from impaired judgment

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