Just as Crooked Hillary Clinton thought the email scandal was behind her it’s now being reported that she is indeed facing yet another investigation into her mishandling of classified information. But this time the investigation is being conducted by the United States State Department.
According to an article that surfaced on FoxNews.com this morning and Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley, it seems an official formal inquiry has been opened to look at whether “Her Pantsuitness,” who used a private server located in her own personal bathroom at her own residence indeed violated government protocols and laws on classified materials. This might be what we’ve been waiting for folks.
The best part of all this is that although this hack still has her security clearance, even though she is currently being investigated, that could change very quickly.
Via Fox News:
The State Department has opened a formal inquiry into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides mishandled classified information while she was the nation’s top diplomat, Fox News has learned. Despite being under investigation, Clinton and her staffers still have security clearances to access sensitive government information.
The department’s investigation aims to determine whether Clinton and her closest aides violated government protocols by using her private server to receive, hold and transmit classified and top-secret government documents. The department declined to say when its inquiry began, but it follows the conclusion of the FBI’s probe into the matter, which did not result in any actions being taken against Clinton or any of her aides.
Depending on the outcome of the current State Department inquiry, Clinton and her aides could have their access to sensitive government documents terminated.
On Oct. 28 FBI Director James Comey had a bombshell — though vague — announcement: He was reviewing potentially new evidence related to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server after more emails were discovered that “appear to be pertinent” to that probe.
Comey’s letter to senior lawmakers, just a week and a half before election day, said the FBI had discovered the messages “in connection with an unrelated case.” Comey didn’t specify, but it turns out the emails in question were discovered during a separate investigation into Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal. Weiner is the estranged husband of Huma Abedin, one of Clinton’s top aides.
Then, in another letter on Nov. 5, Comey said that the FBI was standing by its original finding made in July: Clinton should not be prosecuted.
As more details are revealed about the email scandal let’s go back to the beginning. Here’s how it all started:
March 2, 2015:The New York Times reports that Hillary Clinton used a private email server while serving as secretary of State.
March 10, 2015: Clinton defends her use of a private server, saying it was for “convenience” so she could use one device for personal and business use. “Looking back, it would have been better for me to use two separate phones and two separate e-mail accounts,” she said. “I thought using one device would be simpler. Obviously, it hasn’t worked out that way.”
Hillary Clinton defends use of private e-mail
July 24, 2015: The inspectors general at the State Department and in the office of the Director of National Intelligence ask the Justice Department to review whether classified information was compromised in Clinton’s use of private email.
IGs ask Justice for security review of Clinton emails
August 2015: A federal official confirms the FBI is investigating.
FBI probes security of Clinton emails
Aug. 11, 2015: Clinton’s campaign says she has directed that her server be turned over to the Justice Department.
Hillary Clinton to hand over email server to Justice Dept.
May 25, 2016: The inspector general at the State Department issues a report critical of Clinton’s use of private email, saying department policies dating to 2005 require that “normal day-to-day operations” be conducted on government computers.
State Dept. audit hits Clinton over email use
July 1, 2016: Attorney General Loretta Lynch says she will accept recommendations from the FBI and career prosecutors in the email case, in an attempt to dispel criticism of her potential conflict of interest after she met with former president Bill Clinton on the tarmac of the Phoenix airport.
July 2, 2016: Hillary Clinton is interviewed by the FBI for 3-1/2 hours in Washington, D.C.
FBI, Clinton talk for 3½ hours over emails sent on private server
July 5, 2016: FBI Director James Comey announces the results of his investigation, and his recommendation not to prosecute Clinton.
‘Extremely careless,’ but FBI advises no charges for Clinton’s emails
July 6, 2016: Attorney General Loretta Lynch takes the FBI’s recommendation and announces the Department of Justice will not press charges against Clinton or anyone involved.
Loretta Lynch makes it official: No charges in Hillary Clinton email probe
July 7, 2016: Comey appeared before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee for more than four hours to defend his decision.
Comey faces grilling by House panel over Clinton emails
July 11, 2016: Republican lawmakers sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia asking for an investigation into whether or not Clinton had lied to Congress when she testified to Congress about the email server.
Did Clinton lie to Congress about email? GOP seeks perjury probe
July 31, 2016: Clinton appears on Fox News Sunday where she is asked about her claim that she never sent or received classified information. Clinton responded by saying Comey “said my answers were truthful, and what I’ve said is consistent with what I have told the American people, that there were decisions discussed and made to classify retroactively certain of the emails.”
But that wasn’t true. Comey told Congress during the hearing “There was classified material emailed.”
Sep. 7, 2016: Comey wrote a memo to his employees defending the decision not to recommend charges.
“Those suggesting that we are ‘political’ or part of some ‘fix’ either don’t know us, or they are full of baloney (and maybe some of both),” the director wrote.
Comey defends Clinton email decision to FBI employees
Sep. 28, 2016: Comey appears for a congressional oversight hearing but spends much of the time defending the decision.
“You can call us wrong, but don’t call us weasels. We are not weasels,” Comey said. “Whether or not you agree with the result, this was done the way you want it to be done.”
Oct. 28, 2016: Comey announces the bureau is reviewing new emails that could be relevant to the probe of Clinton’s server.
New emails under review in Clinton case emerged from Weiner probe
Nov. 6, 2016: In a letter to lawmakers, Comey says that his agency’s review of the new emails has not altered the previous conclusion that Clinton shouldn’t be prosecuted.
FBI declares it is finally done investigating Hillary Clinton’s email
It’s still unbelievable that this was actually the best and brightest the Democrat Party had to offer in 2016. The party of John F. Kennedy offered a hack criminal and an old beat up crazy Socialist in Bernie Sanders. Who has lived off the overburdened taxpayers his whole life. Even when he was on welfare until he was elected to public office at the ripe mature age of 40 years old.
And what makes this all this even more amusing is how they were shell shocked when the left got their collective asses handed to them on election night. Not even all the fraud and illegals who voted for Killary could put her over the top. So they decided there is no better strategy than to start a moment which they refer to as “#resist.” Which sadly as you all know by now, last week took an almost deadly turn while Republican Congressmen practiced for the annual Congressional Baseball game.
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