The FBI has reopened the Clinton email server investigation, and both camps have experienced the shockwaves.
Positively, Trump’s poll numbers have jumped. Negatively, Hillary’s have plunged, sending the media and other Hillary supporters into full-out panic mode.
We won’t know until Tuesday if her criminal activity has cost her the election. But we do know that she’d make history if chosen — as the first president elected with pending indictments and therefore the possibility of impeachment.
According to leadership in Washington, an impeachment would be likely should the investigation result in an indictment.
Yesterday during an interview on Fox News, Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul explained the process.
“If the investigation goes forward — and it looks like an indictment is pending, at that point in time under the Constitution, the House of Representatives would engage in an impeachment trial. It would go to the Senate and impeachment proceedings and removal would take place,” McCaul told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer. “I would hate to see this country thrown into a constitutional crisis because of Hillary Clinton’s behavior.”
It’s far too early to speculate on impeachment, especially since the election isn’t even over. But we still must acknowledge any repercussions Clinton will face regarding her felonious behavior, particularly should she become Commander in Chief.