President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice still refuses to file criminal charges against Hillary Clinton, even though she clearly put America’s national security at risk by using her email server.Now, the leader of the House Oversight Committee is ready to take matters into his own hands.Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz wants to make Hillary Clinton pay for her dangerous crimes against America. Watch (below) as Chavetz demands Hillary be charged for perjury, and explains how extensive the evidence is against her.Today, Representative Jason Chaffetz’s committee continued its probe into the facts and circumstances surrounding Hillary Clinton’s conscious decision to treat Top Secret information with less care than she treats her daily medical status and the FBI’s decision to throw a criminal investigation into the matter. Congress has made some serious efforts to reveal the truth to the U.S. citizens about some matters in this nation, even though planned cover-ups are evident from this government. After these problems put America’s security at danger and threaten the citizens’ livelihood, then you know that things have gone out of hand.
Chaffetz is openly accusing Hillary Clinton of obstructing justice, and is demanding action by law enforcement. This is incredible!
Hillary Clinton has deleted emails and scrubbed them off her home-run email server, while lying to the FBI about classified documents. While that was going on, she was instructing her staff to smash Blackberries with hammers… Those same phones were the ones Hillary Clinton purchased off EBay.
In at least four separate occasions during a marathon appearance before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, the lawmakers alleged, the former secretary’s claims were at odds with what the FBI has now discovered to be the truth about her private server.
“Although there may be other aspects of Secretary Clinton’s sworn testimony that are at odds with the FBI’s findings, her testimony in those four areas bears specific scrutiny in light of the facts and evidence” provided by FBI Director James Comey, Reps. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) told the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, Channing Phillips. Goodlatte leads the Judiciary Committee and Chaffetz runs the Oversight Committee.
In particular, they pointed to statements that Clinton had made under oath before the Benghazi Committee last October.
For one, Clinton repeatedly claimed that none of the material she sent or received via her personal email account was marked as classified. The FBI later declared that at least three emails on her machine contained some classified markings, although they were incomplete and apparently done in error.
Additionally, Clinton previously claimed that her lawyers had gone through each of her emails individually; that all of her work-related emails were given back to the State Department in 2014; and that she used only one server throughout the course of her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat. Each of those points was proven incorrect, the GOP lawmakers claimed.
“The four pieces of sworn testimony by Secretary Clinton described herein are incompatible with the FBI’s findings,” they wrote. “We hope this information is helpful to your office’s consideration of our referral.”
Earlier this month, the Justice Department told Goodlatte and Chaffetz that it was reviewing information“and will take appropriate action as necessary.”
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