There seems to a big conspiracy at the highest levels of the Obama administration to ensure Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic candidate for the next POTUS. If she is the winner of the general election, does the FBI close the case and let her escape any punishment for her utter disregard, as Secretary of State, to the national security of this nation?
Then, America is another banana republic where the big and powerful get away with any criminal acts while lesser and ordinary people face the full force of the law!
From Fox News Insider:
Attorney General Loretta Lynch joined Bret Baier for an exclusive “Special Report” interview tonight.
Lynch said that the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server is ongoing, but she declined to discuss the specifics of the case.
“What I can tell you is that the matter is being reviewed like any investigation like it,” Lynch said.
Shouldn’t American voters know Clinton’s legal status as they head to the polls? Baier asked.
Lynch answered that they never put “artificial deadlines” on investigations, and the case will run its course just like any other.
Would you ever have a private server? Baier asked.
“We use our DOJ servers here for emails,” Lynch said.
“So, you wouldn’t have a private server at home?” he pressed.
“I don’t comment on that,” Lynch said. “I use the Department of Justice email system.”
Why must we continue on with this game of cat and mouse? It is obvious this woman is lying otherwise she would give us the facts other than hurt the American people even more by allowing us to possibly elect a woman that is going to be charged with crimes.
All of us know one fact that is indisputable – Hillary BROKE THE LAW when she deleted 30,000 so called personal emails.
Here’s a report on the latest details regarding Hillary’s e-mail scandal:
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