Hillary Clinton’s email server dominated the 2016 Presidential campaign.
And when former FBI Director James Comey let her walk away with no criminal charges, millions of Americans were outraged.
But Attorney General Jeff Sessions just did the one thing that’s turned Hillary Clinton’s worst nightmare into a reality.
The Department of Justice has instructed the FBI to once again look into Hillary Clinton’s email server.
Clinton associates received favorable immunity deals and pro-Clinton FBI agents watered down former Director Comey’s statement to omit any language that indicated she did commit a crime and that foreign hackers gained access to her server.
This will be the first step in finally holding Clinton and her underlings accountable for criminal wrongdoing and putting America’s security at risk.
The Daily Beast reports:
“Justice Department officials are taking a fresh look at Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she served as secretary of State, The Daily Beast has learned.
An ally of Attorney General Jeff Sessions who is familiar with the thinking at the Justice Department’s Washington headquarters described it as an effort to gather new details on how Clinton and her aides handled classified material. Officials’ questions include how much classified information was sent over Clinton’s server; who put that information into an unclassified environment, and how; and which investigators knew about these matters and when. The Sessions ally also said officials have questions about immunity agreements that Clinton aides may have made…
…Last week, the State Department released emails, in response to a lawsuit from the conservative group Judicial Watch, showing that classified material was on the computer of Abedin’s then-husband Anthony Weiner. Sources told The Daily Beast that Justice Department officials were looking into the Clinton emails before those documents were released.
Stephen Boyd, who heads the Justice Department’s Office of Legislative Affairs, appeared to hint at the department’s interest in Clinton’s emails in a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte on Nov. 13. In the letter, Boyd wrote that that Sessions “directed senior federal prosecutors to evaluate certain issues” the chairman was concerned about. He also wrote that those prosecutors would “make recommendations as to whether any matters not currently under investigation should be opened,” and that they would send those recommendations directly to the attorney general and his top deputy, Rod Rosenstein.”
Even pro-Clinton reporters like the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman realized this is a significant development that holds real legal jeopardy for the failed 2016 candidate.
This is potentially a very big deal https://t.co/nw42OjuD0M
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 4, 2018
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.