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Thursday, July 07, 2016

Five panels to grill FBI on Clinton

Furious congressional Republicans are launching a multipronged attack against the FBI and Hillary Clinton.

A total of five congressional committees will either hold hearings with high-profile law enforcement officials over the next week or have already begun inquiries to the FBI about its investigation of the former secretary of State.

Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) called for Clinton to be barred from the intelligence briefings typically given to presidential nominees and said that State Department officials should be subjected to administrative penalties for support of the former secretary’s use of a private email server.

Senate GOP leaders, meanwhile, are pushing for the FBI to release the transcript of its 3.5-hour interview with Clinton over the July Fourth weekend.



Thornton Crowe said...

You knew this was going to happen. I've seen longer interviews for simple breaking and entering cases that are misdemeanors. The FBI Director, James Comey, admitted A) he wasn't at Clinton's interview last Saturday, B) She didn't testify under oath and C) Interview was not recorded.

You can't make this stuff up!

Anonymous said...

Too little, too late. Go home mr. ryan.

Anonymous said...

Investigating the investigators. Interesting. And 740, its never too late. Espionage has NO statute of limitations. And AG does not hold the final word a JUDGE does. Didn't you learn anything in your US Government 101 class or were you sleeping at the wheel?

Anonymous said...

Love it when armchair prosecutors seem to feel they know better than people like Giuliani. He has come out publicly and said that she is by no means in the clear. Trump's AG will no doubt prosecute this case. She will have her day in court along with Billy and Chelsea. Bad corrupt people always get caught. The list is too long to print here, but there is precedence for that, 740.