Hillary Thought It Was Over…But Paul Ryan Just Served Her A Heaping Helping Of JUSTICE – BOOM!

Despite the foolish and pathetic response from the FBI, Hillary’s criminal behavior over her email server is not going away. FBI Director James Comey, whiling listing the litany of criminal negligence on the part of SoS and her department, did not recommend charges be brought against her.

Although the FBI has failed, Congress is not. They will not let this gross abuse of power and mishandling of classified information go unpunished.

The House Committee on Intelligence as well as House Speaker Paul Ryan are taking action.

From Fox News:

But if Clinton thought that she could breathe easily following that announcement, Congress quickly put that notion to rest, as Independent Journal Review reported Tuesday that the House Committee on Intelligence plans to at least discuss the possibility of further hearings.

Other Republicans, including Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH) and Rep. Matt Salmon (R-AZ) are also calling for further action, according to the Washington Post. As Turner put it:

“It is time for Secretary Clinton to be held accountable for her extremely careless actions.”

In an interview with Fox News, Ryan discussed the actions Congress could take. He expressed the outrage many of us are feeling against Washington.

“This is one of the reasons that people are so dissatisfied, so upset about government. They think that people live by a different set of rules.

The FBI should release all their findings. She’s competing for Commander in Chief here. There’s a whole accounting that needs to happen. We’re going to have hearings.

We’re going to bring in James Comey to ask questions…There are a lot of unanswered questions here.”

A little glimmer of hope in the midst of this insanity. Congress can bring Comey in and demand he make an account for his decision. They can uncover all of the FBI’s findings and perhaps discover information that puts this situation in a clearer light. Comey just might face consequences for his ridiculous conclusions.

One thing’s for sure: this isn’t over yet.

Source: Fox News

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