Jason Chaffetz OUTS Hillary’s Scheme To Bribe FBI Agents To Avoid Prosecution…
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Historians will no doubt look back at this moment within our incredible history, as the moment America either reclaimed its illustrious heritage or sled into the abyss. And with less than three weeks to go America’s faith will hang in the balance dependent neither on the rabid Clinton supporters nor the committed Trump supporters but rather on a tiny slither of the population, those still “remarkably” uncommitted voters, who will actually decide this election
And that’s perhaps why passions are running high in both camps because what’s truly at stake is America itself, and not since the Civil War has America’s future been in such doubt.
That latest body blow delivered to the Hillary camp came once again from hidden FBI documents forced out by the “Freedom of Information Act” which once again shows a pattern of deception, and more egregiously obstructing justice, with yet another Clinton operative caught up in the slim of the Clinton machine.
The new bombshell documents just released on Monday shows Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy attempting to bribe FBI officials with a “quid pro quo” deal, to declassify emails in exchange for more appealing assignments abroad.
Which immediately caught the attention of House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman, Jason Chaffetz, who along with David Nunes who chairs the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence announced that joint hearings will be held on this latest development and also calling for the immediate resignation of Kennedy, stating; “Undoubtedly there will be, based on the documents the FBI released today there are new facts that need to be investigated. I’m very concerned about the quid pro quo that was in negotiation between the State Department and the FBI.”
Chaffetz continued; “Chairman Nunes and I believe Patrick Kennedy should be relieved of his duties immediately pending an investigation. This is a manipulation if not an outright crime and so we’re gonna drive into that.”