A bombshell report from the Inspector General at the Department of Justice will be sent to Congressional leaders as early as this week; possibly answering key questions over the DOJ’s botched probe into Hillary’s email server.
“The Department of Justice Inspector General has sent what is described as an ‘extremely long and thorough draft’ of the much anticipated report on the FBI and DOJ’s investigation and handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe, this reporter has learned. The detailed report on the FBI’s decision making process into the Clinton investigation could lead to possible criminal referrals for some of the officials involved in the case,” writes Sara Carter.
“Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report, which is expected to be released within the next three to four weeks to the public, has been turned over to current and former officials for review, as first reported in The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post,” she adds.
for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law in the FBI/DOJ’s handling of the Clinton investigation/s and has referred his findings of potential criminal misconduct to Huber for possible criminal prosecution.
So if this is true…well libs start taking the corruption seriously?
Or will they stick to Trump Russian collusion story?
If you say so Conan. Like all things, I will wait until there is evidence before I go running off condemning anyone and everyone. Same as I did with McCabe. Should there be evidence presented of wrong doing, then I will demand the responsible party be held to account, and if it is criminal behavior, that they be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
But so far, all we have is your rumor mongering to go off of. That is simply not enough for most of us.
Your post makes no sense. I have not condemned Trump or any of his associates for colluding with Russia. No evidence has been presented that would suggest I need to call for their prosecution. The investigation is ongoing and we will get to see what’s what at the end.
Okay found the “reasonable grounds” quote. A tweet from Paul Sperry who writes op-ed’s for the NY Post and has been proven wrong on multiple occasions. His tweet was published by The Gateway Pundit, which is also known for getting their facts wrong on multiple occasions. So I think I will wait until the report is actually released.