It’s virtually incalculable how many times the FBI has blatantly protected Hillary Clinton throughout her email investigation.
Not only did the DOJ and the FBI handout and facilitate immunity deals like hotcakes, but it has now been discovered that the FBI allowed two Hillary Clinton aides, Cheryl Mills an Heather Samuelson, to destroy their laptops.
Bob Goodlatte (R – Virginia) sent a letter on behalf of the House Judiciary Committee to Attorney General Lynch.
Here’s a partial transcript of the letter from the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee…
“As part of the Judiciary Committee’s ongoing oversight of Secretary Clinton’s unauthorized use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State, the Justice Department (DOJ) provided in camera review’ of certain immunity agreements. After a specific request from the Committee, based on references made in the immunity agreements to certain “side agreements,” DOJ subsequently provided in camera review of those “side agreements” between DOJ, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Beth Wilkinson, the lawyer representing both Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson. Like many things about this case,these new materials raise more questions than answers. Please provide a written response to the below questions and make DOJ staff available for a briefing on this matter no later than October 10, 2016.
1. Why did the FBI agree to destroy both Cheryl Mills’ and Heather Samuelson’s laptops after concluding its search?
2. Doesn’t the willingness of Ms. Mills and Ms. Samuelson to have their laptops destroyed by the FBI contradict their claim that the laptops could have been withheld because they contained non-relevant, privileged information? If so, doesn’t that undermine the claim that the side agreements were necessary?
7. Please explain why DOJ agreed to limit their search of the Mills and Samuelson laptops to a date no later than January 31, 2015 and therefore give up any opportunity to find evidence related to the destruction of evidence or obstruction of justice related to Secretary Clinton’s unauthorized use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State.
8. Why was this time limit necessary when Ms. Mills and Ms. Samuelson were granted immunity for any potential destruction of evidence charges?
9. Please confirm whether a grand jury was convened to investigate Secretary Clinton’s unauthorized use of a private email server. Disclosure is authorized under Fed. R. Crim. P. 6(e)(3)(A)(i) and (e)(3)(D).”
You can read the entire letter here.
How much more evidence does the Department of Justice and the FBI need to reopen this case?
Sadly, the answer is there is NO amount of evidence that will cause them to reopen the case. If Hillary Clinton herself came forward and admitted everything we know to be true, you can rest assured that nothing would happen to her, even then.