“I Don’t Give A Damn Whose Careers Are Ruined” – Look Trey Gowdy Go After Lynch and Clinton


Hillary Clinton wasn’t able to properly manage her emails and she should have been in prison for it. She broke the law and got Former FBI Director James Comey to rewrite the law to let her off the hook. Andrew C. McCarthy wrote a great article about it when that controversy was developing.
In addition, before he even interviewed Hilary, Director Comey had already started writing his letter exonerating her.
From Fox News:
The FBI released documents Monday proving former FBI Director James Comey began drafting a letter regarding Hillary Clinton’s email investigation months before conducting several key interviews, including speaking to Clinton herself.
The document release was titled “Drafts of Director Comeys July 5, 2016 Statement Regarding Email Server Investigation Part 01 of 01.”
The contents of the email were largely unclear as nearly all of it was redacted. The now-public records show the email titled “Midyear Exam — UNCLASSIFIED” was sent by Comey on May 2, 2016, to Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, general counsel James Baker and chief of staff and senior counselor James Rybicki.

Beautiful.
When it comes to her shady dealings this is just the beginning for Hillary.  She’s still in tons of trouble for her pay to play slush fund she ran while she was at the State Department.
Additionally, while the investigation was in full swing AG Loretta Lynch thought it was a good idea to meet up with Hillary’s husband on an airport tarmac.
Hillary is in trouble.  Lynch is in trouble. Comey is in trouble. Obama is in trouble.
There’s a new sheriff in town, and every liberal from the Obama administration is realizing that their games are over. 

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