Just when you thought the FBI could not get more corrupt, they do. Investigative reporter John Solomon has revealed that some particularly damning evidence was in his hands during the Hillary sham investigation.
Not only did Comey refuse to examine it, but he also would not let his investigators see it either. Isn’t that called suppressing evidence? Solomon has been consistently right and we need to consider that this really happened.
If so, we need to reopen the Hillary email case and see that it gets a fair and impartial hearing. And then lock her up for life.
According to a staff memo updating Senators Grassley (R-IA) and Ron Johnson (R-WI), James Comey failed to review highly classified evidence in Hillary Clinton’s email investigation.
Even worse, Comey would not give investigators access to the evidence even though they needed it to resolve important questions related to Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Senate investigators have wanted answers on this for over a year and the FBI is still stonewalling.
To add to the frustration, Attorney General Bill Barr still has not responded to a classified letter previously written by Grassley and Johnson addressing this issue.
John Solomon said the evidence, which may have been found on Hillary’s server, was so highly classified that only a small amount of ‘special’ people have been able to view it in a SCIF [Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility].
The failure to look at the evidence back in 2016 occurred even though the agents believed access to the sensitive evidence was “necessary” to complete the investigation into Clinton’s improper transmission of classified emails — some top secret — on her unsecure private email server, the memos show.
To make matters worse, the Trump Department of Justice (DOJ) has known about that decision since at least 2018, thanks to the work of the DOJ’s internal watchdog, Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz, who provided DOJ leaders and Congress with a classified appendix explaining what happened.
But Johnson and Grassley have been unable to get answers for a year, even from Attorney General William Barr, about whether the FBI intends to look at the critical evidence it skipped back in 2016.