Hillary Clinton is a career criminal who has been breaking the law since her work on the Watergate committee.
But her use of a home email server to transmit classified documents was a step too far, which is why the FBI has a large-scale criminal investigation open on her. Top figures in the intelligence community have expressed outrage about this shameful mishandling of documents, which put our agents’ lives at risk.
Now, the FBI has made a huge announcement: They will be interviewing Hillary “in the next weeks weeks!:
This is a big deal, and long overdue!
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is likely to interview Hillary Clinton in the next few weeks about her use of a private email server while she was U.S. secretary of state and have already interviewed some of her aides, CNN reported on Thursday.
The nine-month investigation into whether laws were broken as a result of the server kept in her New York home has overshadowed Clinton’s campaign to become the Democratic Party’s candidate in November’s presidential election.
With only a few states left to vote in primary elections, she retains a commanding lead over her rival, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
More than 2,000 emails sent and received by Clinton while working as President Barack Obama’s top diplomat include classified information, which the government bans from being handled outside secure, government-controlled channels.
Clinton has said she did not send or receive any information that was marked as classified and has accused the State Department and other government agencies of “over-classifying” her emails after a judge ordered them released to the public. She has said she expects to be exonerated by the FBI, a point her campaign staff echoed on Thursday.
Unfortunately, President Obama may be working behind the scenes to prevent criminal charges being filed. Hillary Clinton must be reminded that she is not above the law.
And considering the many laws she has broken, the American people deserve to learn the truth about Hillary before the elections in November.