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How About A Congressional Investigation Of This?

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July 7, 2016 by skokielib

FBI Director James Comey appears to have broken Department of Justice rules by holding a press conference about the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s e-mail servers while she was Secretary of State.

Given that this is a direct violation of written rules, shouldn’t Republicans in Congress be demanding an investigation into this?

Yeah. Well, probably not. They can’t smear Hillary Clinton with it and it would just draw more attention to the fact that anything potentially negative about Hillary Clinton is being politicized by the Republicans in an attempt to prevent a Clinton victory in November.

It would also draw attention to the fact that the FBI doesn’t plan to bring charges against Hillary Clinton. Which is a pretty big blow to Republicans that were sure that somehow this was the Democrat’s “Watergate” moment.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/matthew-miller-comey-doj-hillary-clinton

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