Hillary Clinton likes to pretend that the FBI’s investigation into her use of a personal emails server during her time as Secretary of State is a complete joke that will never result in her arrest. Unfortunately for her, however, a new revelation appears to suggest that she could be facing charges very soon.
According to The Federalist Papers, a Vice News reporter recently protested the classification of an FBI decision pertaining to the investigation into Hillary. The Justice Department then gave the following response:
“They responded in kind by saying they couldn’t make the document public because it would ‘adversely affect the ongoing investigation’ into Clinton’s private email server.
Fair enough, but it is two words further into the DOJ memorandum that will be sure to raise some eyebrows. The department claims it can’t reveal the document because doing so could “reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.”
Rusty Weiss pointed out that the phrase “enforcement proceedings” is used in federal law when an “investigation or proceeding involves a possible violation of criminal law.” Here’s how it’s used in federal law (5 U.S. Code § 552):
(1) Whenever a request is made which involves access to records described in subsection (b)(7)(A) and—
(A) the investigation or proceeding involves a possible violation of criminal law; and
(B) there is reason to believe that (i) the subject of the investigation or proceeding is not aware of its pendency, and (ii) disclosure of the existence of the records could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings, the agency may, during only such time as that circumstance continues, treat the records as not subject to the requirements of this section.
This appears to suggest that the Justice Department actually is planning to charge Hillary. We can only hope that this is the case. SHARE this story if you think Hillary should be in jail!