After 13 months, John Huber Finally Spoke to Top Witness in Clinton Foundation Probe

Even if you didn’t know, you could have guessed that John Huber is scheduled to speak to congressional investigators this week. He has finally spoken to the principal witness in the Clinton Foundation probe on Friday evening.

Coincidentally or no, that witness had his house raided by 16 FBI agents earlier in the day. What were they looking for? And why does the government want to be the only ones with copies of the evidence against Hillary and the Foundation? Many people believe that Huber, an Obama appointee was put in charge of the investigation as the best way to kill it.

From The Gateway Pundit

The Hill reporter John Solomon told Sean Hannity on Friday that a big report is breaking Monday on the investigation into the Clinton crimes.

Federal prosecutors reached out to a CLINTON FOUNDATION whistleblower on Friday.
This just happened tonight!

John Solomon: I’ll give you some breaking news right now, Sean. Just two hours ago federal prosecutors assigned to John Huber, the US attorney investigating the Clintons, reached out to a whistleblower in the Clinton Foundation – The first time we’ve seen contact between a Clinton Foundation whistleblower and that particular federal office. That just happened tonight.

I don’t know whether the timetable has been changed, but Huber was scheduled to appear before Congress on December 5th.

There is no evidence that Huber has done anything to investigate the Clinton Foundation. Matt Whitaker should fire him and name a special counsel to investigate all of the crimes of Hillary Clinton. And pick someone who is highly conflicted and who hires all anti-Clinton lawyers.

Then just kick back and wait for the Democrats complain.

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