Clinton Investigation Ain’t Over?

What we just heard from House Oversight & Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) is that the Clinton email and server investigation is NOT over. That means that Congress will pursue this until the true damage to the Nation’s security is revealed and people are held accountable.

Written By Barbara Hollingsworth for CNS News:

On the Inauguration Day of her political rival, Donald Trump, House Oversight & Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) had some parting words for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton:

“I thanked her for her service and wished her luck. The investigation continues,”  he wrote on his Instagram account next to a Fox News screenshot of him shaking hands with Clinton.

“So pleased she is not the President,” Chaffetz said

Chaffetz’ committee has been investigating Clinton’s use of a private email server to conduct government business. “It was potentially one of the largest breaches in security in the history of the State Department,” he told reporters last week. “It cannot and should not be repeated ever again.

On March 2, 2015 The New York Times first reported that Clinton’s use of a personal non-government email account may have broken government-wide rules on the handling of classified information.

On July 5, 2015 FBI Director James Comey said that the FBI’s own investigation found that Clinton and her aides had been “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information,” but that the agency was not recommending that she be criminally prosecuted.

“We can’t just simply let this go,” Chaffetz told Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” host Martha MacCallum in November, less than two weeks after……

FULL STORY HERE:

Chaffetz to Clinton: ‘The Investigation Continues’

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