Right After Hillary Shook The Hand Of This Republican She Got SLAPPED With BRUTAL News!

Looks like the ghosts of Hillary Clinton’s recent past are being resurrected and it is awkward timing. At the Inauguration ceremony yesterday for President Trump, Jason Chaffetz was seen shaking Hillary Clinton’s hand. That was in-between the chants of “Lock her up!” Chaffetz revealed later that it was just political decorum and he was very relieved she had not been elected President. Then he uttered three little words that hopefully sent a very cold chill down Clinton’s spine: “The investigation continues,” Chaffetz wrote. He’s not through with her yet… not by a mile.

House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz of Utah said there were still many things that needed to be answered over Hillary Clinton’s emails and other issues. I can’t imagine he enjoyed shaking hands with that corruptocrat. Chaffetz has been a huge critic of Clinton and her dealings. In fact, he’s headed up a number of investigations into her affairs and I would bet another is on the horizon. He’s demanding the truth.

From Western Journalism:

Hillary Clinton on Friday received a reminder that beneath the pleasantries and political niceties that surrounded the inauguration of President Donald Trump, serious business awaits.

House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who shook Clinton’s hand at the Capitol during the inauguration ceremony, was quick to post an image of that moment online so that the American people could understand the difference between politesse and policy.

“So pleased she is not the President,” Chaffetz wrote in the caption of his Instagram post.

“I thanked her for her service and wished her luck,” he said, before tacking on three vital words.

“The investigation continues,” Chaffetz wrote.

Chaffetz has said that questions about the Clinton Foundation and Clinton’s careless treatment of classified information still need to be answered.

“Just because there was a political election doesn’t mean it goes away,” he said recently, calling the classified emails found on the private server used by Clinton during her tenure as secretary of “the largest breach of security in the history of the State Department.”

So pleased she is not the President. I thanked her for her service and wished her luck. The investigation continues.

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Chaffetz did not look happy when encountering Clinton and she’s got a lot of nerve even approaching him at this point. President Trump has backed off the issue pretty much because politically he has too. But Chaffetz doesn’t have any such political constrictions. He’s well versed in her pay-to-play schemes and her violations of the Espionage Act with her emails. “I still have a duty and obligation to get to the truth about one of the largest breaches of security at the State Department,” he said. “Tens of thousands of documents still have not been turned over to Congress.”

“I’m not out to get her,” Chaffetz said. “But I am here to find the truth and make sure that it never happens again.” Americans hate Hillary Clinton and she has never had to answer for the four deaths in Benghazi. That isn’t going to go away until justice is served. “There are tens of thousands of documents the State Department still has not turned over to the United States Congress that should be available. There are issues relating to the Department of Justice. I still think that the federal government needs to provide to Congress the records which we sought,” Chaffetz added. I think Chaffetz is going to dog Clinton until something gives. I hope he finally takes her down.

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