FINALLY The Justice Dept and the FBI Are Doing Their Jobs!

Finally, the Justice Departments, in the form of the FBI has begun handing over Hillary Clinton investigation memos to the Senate. The Senate Judiciary Committee wants to know what the FBI was saying as it investigated the Clinton email server scandal. 

As you remember, then FBI Director James Comey wound up giving Hillary a pass because she did not mean any harm. As I remember, good intentions are not a valid defense when it comes to National Security. Just like the members of the Senate, I would love to see the FBI thought process that led to that conclusion.

As Written By John Solomon for The Hill:

The FBI has begun turning over to Senate investigators hundreds of pages of memos regarding the bureau’s probe into Hillary Clinton‘s private email server, sources told The Hill.

The sources said the Justice Department notified the Senate Judiciary Committee late Friday and the FBI began transmitting memos soon after to assist Congress in its review of former Director James Comey’s handling of the Clinton email case.

The memos detail how and when the bureau’s leadership declined to pursue criminal charges against Clinton for transmitting classified information on her private email server as secretary of State, an investigation that has remained controversial since the 2016 presidential campaigns.

FBI officials declined to comment. “We don’t have any information for you,” spokeswoman Carol Cratty told The Hill.

The Senate committee has been seeking the memos for some time as it investigates whether Comey chose to absolve Clinton of criminal liability before the election-year probe was complete and before she was even interviewed. Comey ultimately concluded that while Clinton’s handling of classified emails was careless, there was not enough evidence of intent to warrant …….

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FBI turns over new Clinton investigation documents to Congress | TheHill

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