People are still reeling after the FBI Director statement outlining all of the foolish things Hillary and her top aides did, but then followed that with saying that the Attorney General shouldn’t indict her.
It looks like Congressional Republicans aren’t just going to let that decision go by – here’s what they’re threatening to do about it.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte has a lot of questions for FBI Director James Comey, given the news that Comey won’t recommend criminal charges against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her mishandling of classified information.
“It is clear that Secretary Clinton possibly jeopardized the safety and security of our citizens and nation through her use of private email servers,” the Virginia Republican said in a Tuesday statement. “None should be above the law, and the American people need to know that federal law enforcement is taking this misconduct seriously.”
Goodlatte “raised several concerns” with Comey in a phone call and peppered him with questions in a letter following up on that conversation. The inquiries centered on how Comey concluded that Clinton shouldn’t be prosecuted for “gross negligence” in light of his conclusion that she showed “extreme carelessness” in handling classified information, including top-secret military information.