Kirsters Baish| It doesn’t seem like it’s going to be a very happy new year for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Every day that goes by, we hear more and more about her corruption. It has now been reported that House investigators have found a smoking gun which involves Hillary Clinton and proves that she broke the law, but was let off the hook anyway.
It shouldn’t come as a big shock that this breaking news has to do with the infamous failed presidential candidate’s email server.
BizPac Review reported that Republican lawmakers have found irregularities within the FBI’s formal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s infamous email server which lead us to believe that the FBI had enough evidence to believe that Hillary Clinton along with her staff members knowingly broke federal laws.
The Hill reported that Congressional investigators explained that they have written statements which show that FBI agents knew laws were broken by Clinton. Her aides then transmitted classified information via her private email server.
Republicans on three different House committees as well as the Senate Judiciary Committee have cited their findings thanks to recent interviews as well as document productions. This includes, but is not limited to, an analysis of the numerous drafts of former FBI director James Comey’s exoneration of Hillary Clinton.
Capitol Hill investigators explained that drafts of said statements show that there was “evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information.”
The draft of Comey’s statement which was dated on May 2, 2016, had a section which read, “The sheer volume of information that was properly classified as Secret at the time it was discussed on email (that is, excluding the “up classified” emails) supports an inference that the participants were grossly negligent in their handling of that information.”
The Hill also reported that Comey stated, “Although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”
Then, it was confirmed by the FBI that a computer technician who got rid of the Clinton emails from her server back in March of 2015, who was also a key witness, had lied to the FBI in the first place while being interviewed. The witness only deleted the files after a congressional subpoena had been issued for them. The name of the witness was redacted from all documents that the FBI released, however, he was identified as an employee of a computer firm which was known to have helped maintained Hillary Clinton’s email server.
The admission of having lied to the FBI came just a day after Comey’s statement was being drafted.
The Hill reported:
But then on May 3, 2016, the same employee in a subsequent FBI interview told agents he had an “oh shit moment” and in late March 2015 deleted Clinton’s email archive from the server, according to FBI documents reviewed by The Hill.
Lying to the FBI is a federal felony, a crime that former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn recently pleaded guilty to. But the FBI decided not to pursue criminal charges against the witness, and instead gave the technician an immunity deal so he could correct his story, congressional investigators said.
It has been stated by Republican investigators that the most obvious irregularity that they have come across is the choice to start drafting the statement which exonerated Clinton prior to a lot of the investigative interviewing having even been conducted.
Even though the first draft of the statement was dated May 2, 2016, FBI records which congressional investigators got ahold of show that FBI agents were still collecting evidence that related to the case against Clinton much after that. This included, but was not limited to, documents and other evidence items which were logged in on May 13, May 19, and May 26.
Hillary Clinton isn’t going to get away with this kind of corruption for much longer. There is no way in hell that Trump is going to allow her to continue to walk free.