HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE BREAKS SILENCE – HILLARY ‘SPECIAL TREATMENT’ LASTS NO MORE

As The Hill reported last week, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe just made one of his worst decisions – he gave Hillary’s email investigation a downgrading “special” status.

The media outlet reported that FBI did not want to get into details about what this “special” treatment actually means. This is what they reported:
Last year, McCabe stated that the investigation is being handled by a small group of high-ranking people at the FBI’s headquarters in D.C.:

“What I now know is that the decision was made in order to investigate it at HQ with a small team”, and added that he had no input when the Clinton email investigation started two years back, while he was serving as assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Washington office.

“The Washington office provided some personnel for the effort. However, they referred to it as ‘special’, while I was not given any details,” he wrote.

Rep. Gaetz is a member of the House Judiciary Committee and this is what he said to Laura Ingraham:

“I am instantly calling for a probe into the special treatment that the FBI gave Hillary.”

Take a look at the following video and telk us what you think about it:


After less than two weeks since the ‘special’ status, Hillary’s protection is no longer here.

This is the exact time and place to push through the end of the Hillary email investigation without any obstacles and prove her wrong.

There are finally some good news after a series of bloopers. House Judiciary Committee is finally taking Hillary down!

Let’s show them our support by sharing everywhere and commenting “LOCK HER UP!“

Posted by Roger Aliman

This article has 2 Comments

  1. So they want to look into why the FBI made hiLIARy’s investigation “special”…. how about investigating why she needed to be investigated in the first place…for crying out loud, how many laws do the Clintons have to break before they get to it!?

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