Senator Says Obama is Trying to Influence Outcome of Hillary’s Benghazi Investigation
Hillary Clinton has been in the news for what seems like ages regarding her use of a private email server to conduct classified correspondence during her tenure in the State Department. The Benghazi investigation has tried to use the power of the law to prosecute Mrs. Clinton and find out the truth behind the lies she told, but it's come to light that Hillary has someone much more powerful than a simple Senate committee behind her.
During remarks on a Fox News show last week, President Obama basically declared Hillary innocent and made comments that many in the Senate believe will influence the way that investigators view her case.
"I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department, or the FBI, not just in this case, but in any case. Nobody is above the law. How many times do I have to say it?" said Obama during the interview.
But those comments, says Texas Senator John Cornyn, will undoubtedly influence the investigators in Hillary's case and prove that the President has been gunning for Hillary since she was first investigated by the FBI for misconduct.
"There is simply no way to read it that it doesn't run a serious risk of trying to influence the outcome the investigation," Cornyn said. He also called for the investigation to appoint outside counsel to remain unbiased.
Some liberals say that it doesn't matter what Clinton said, that she did her job and what's done is done. However, it does matter, especially now, because Americans died in Benghazi under her watch and now she's attempting to be the president of the entire country. We need the truth.
As far as Obama's comments that "nobody is above the law," are concerned, the fact that he had to say that means that there are people above the law and Hillary Clinton is likely one of those.
Let's pray that the FBI doesn't hold anything back and that when, not if, Hillary is found guilty she will serve her time for her crimes.
h/t: Washington Examiner