Hillary Clinton’s troubles from her time as secretary of State aren’t going away any time soon.

While Hillary likely believed her buddy, former FBI Director James Comey, was able to get her off the hook by covering up her crimes, it appears as if her past is coming back to haunt her…in a major way.


Last year, she found herself at the center of a federal investigation over the use of a private, unsecured email server in the bathroom of her home, and she was found innocent of all charges by former Director Comey, who stated he didn’t believe she “intended” to break the law – creating an amendment to the existing statute out of thin air. However, with Hillary losing the election, which nobody, not even many conservatives thought was going to happen, her past actions are coming back into the light, and they’re about to bite her square in the ass.

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In a Tuesday release published by the House Judiciary Committee, 14 Republicans signed a letter demanding a Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.”


Representatives Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Steve King (R-IA), Lamar Smith (R-TX), Raúl Labrador (R-ID), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Doug Collins (R-GA), Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Jim Jordan (R-OH), Martha Roby (R-AL), Mike Johnson (R-LA), John Ratcliffe (R-TX), Blake Farenthold (R-TX), and John Rutherford (R-FL) all signed the letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein outlining the reason they believe a second investigation is required.

We write to renew this Committee’s recent call for a second special counsel, to investigate matters which may be outside the scope of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Such a step is even more critical given the recent revelation that former FBI Director James Comey had prepared a statement ending the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, before interviewing at least 17 key witnesses, including the former Secretary herself. At least one former career FBI supervisor has characterized this action as “so far out of bounds it’s not even in the stadium,” and “clearly communicating to [FBI executive staff] where the investigation was going to go.”


Additionally, the letter noted that Comey handed out immunity deals like Halloween candy, and that those given to Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, both of whom joined Hillary for her unrecorded interview with the bureau, were troublesome. The Committee also noted that Comey’s decision to not record the interview with Hillary is “inexplicable.”

The letter also blatantly called out the Obama administration’s corruption in trying to sweep Hillary’s numerous crimes under the rug and deceive the public.

The nation’s top law enforcement officials … conspired to sweep the Clinton ‘matter’ under the rug … [confirming] that there is, truly, one system for the powerful and politically well-connected, and another for everyone else.

This morning, A.G. Sessions appeared on Fox & Friends, where he was asked about the new developments in the case. His answers, or lack of answers, depending on how you look at them, were actually quite telling.

Host Brian Kilmeade asked Sessions if he would “answer the call” from Republicans to look into the matter. Sessions initially replied that “we will absolutely talk to them and respond to them in the appropriate way,” before dropping a subtle bombshell that should have everyone on Team Hillary terrified.

“I’m not able to discuss investigations,” Sessions said, implying that the matter is currently under active investigation.

Kilmeade then asked Sessions if he’d be appointing a second special counsel, and his answer was equally interesting.

“I’m not able to comment where we are on that, Brian,” he said, again inferring that his Justice Department is actively working on the issue.

While some may have lost faith in Sessions, he did promise to return “law and order” to America. Given his remarks today, it sure seems like he may be working on exactly that.

If so, there’s little doubt that a second special prosecutor is on the way.

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