Hillary thought that she had finally gotten off-scot free when the announcement came down from Comey that the FBI would not be indicting Hillary for the litany of crimes that she committed regarding tha mishandling of classified information on her private email server. A lot of stories have been emerging lately that are starting to indicate that she may not be off the hook yet.

If she does not end up going to jail then she is at least going to have a very hard time moving forward.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, who has been a very controversial figure, is finally doing something that I think we can all get behind.

Ryan made a formal request on Thursday morning that the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee not be granted access to the classified information briefings normally given to presidential nominees, citing the FBI labeling her as careless with classified documents as the very reasonable cause.

Ryan sent an official letter to James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, demanding that Hillary be denied access to the very sensitive classified briefings. Ryan went a step further saying that if Hillary was to be granted access that he demands to hear Clapper's reasoning why the CIA would ever let her have access to this type of information considering her atrocious track record in similar situations. Cough, cough, email scandal. cough, cough, Benghazi.

"As a former vice presidential nominee, I am keenly aware that Secretary Clinton is set to begin receiving classified intelligence briefings after the Democratic National Convention," said Ryan in his letter to Clapper. "Given the FBI’s findings, denying Secretary Clinton access to classified information certainly constitutes appropriate sanctions."

To make matters worse for Hillary, a bill has just been introduced in the Senate with the purpose of revoking Hillary's security clearance as a sort of penalty for egregious behavior, reports The Hill.

The bill has been introduced by Sen. Cory Gardner and Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn. The two stated that bill was not only merited but necessary considering the momentous misconduct that Hillary displayed in handling information that Comey has admitted could put the security of our nation at risk.

"When individuals mishandle our country’s most sensitive information they jeopardize national security and shouldn’t be trusted with such an important responsibility," Cornyn said in his statement explaining how the bill was more than justified.

"If the FBI won’t recommend action based on its findings, Congress will. At the very least, Secretary Clinton should not have access to classified information and our bill makes sure of it," Gardner went on to say in his own separate statement on the matter.

Now Republicans are jumping on board claiming that Corney's statements that "those individuals (ones who are careless with national security) are often subject to security or administrative sanctions," are validation enough for making sure that Hillary does not get access to classified information.

Comey has testified before Congress on Thursday morning and received a proper beating by Gowdy for why she has not yet faced any criminal charges for her obvious crimes against our country.

Luckily, if Chaffetz gets his way then Hillary just hopped out of the frying pan and into the fire. She may face charges yet. There is likely to be another criminal federal investigation opened up in order to see if Hillary in fact did commit perjury or not. Read more about this breaking story here.

We are all crossing our fingers hoping that she ends up facing the bells from behind bars.

Make sure you share this on Facebook and show your support for the necessary measures to be taken against Hillary to ensure our safety. If she's going to act like a kid then we're going to have to treat her like one!

Source: Conservative Tribune


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