Americans were shocked at Hillary Clinton’s ability to get away with all of her lies and wrongdoings, but the legal ramifications of her actions have only begun to pile up. Congressional House Committee hearings are currently ongoing and regardless of the FBI findings, justice may see the light of day.
The Judiciary Committee will be inquiring Comey, Kennedy and several others about whether Clinton, her aides, and a company that Clinton hired to handle her email system, violated a congressional subpoena by deleting her emails. have a feeling a staffer will go down for this because an unnamed tech used the BleachBit and broke her 13 other devices AFTER Clinton was subpoenaed to produce all her documents and devices used at State dept.
You saw the director of the FBI, James Comey, appeared before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the Judiciary Committee to bear witness to the public statement he made on July 5th in which he refused to recommend a prosecution against Hillary Clinton for her use of unauthorized email servers and her gross mishandling of classified information. However, he is to appear again before the committee next week in regards to ignored and delayed FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) requests. Its appears legislators are not going to let this go. Someone must pay the price for this mishandling of top secret information by Hillary or her staff.
Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz – the chairman of the committee – announced that Patrick Kennedy, the State Department career official who oversees day-to-day operations at the agency, will testify in front of the Oversight Committee this week. Chaffetz expressed the widespread public disapproval of how the State Department “essentially lied to the media, the world, and the public” about Clinton’s emails.
“Thursday, a hearing with the undersecretary for management, Mr. Kennedy, who will come and testify along with a host of others about how did they snooker the American public for years in filling these FOIA requests and the media, and what are they going to do to clean it up,” the Utah representative said.