Major Irregularities in Clinton Case According to Congressional Investigators

Congressional Investigators are starting to speak out regarding the major irregularities of the FBI in their investigation into Hillary Clinton and her rampant misuse of email servers. Oddly enough, the things they are “concerned” about are the same things that we regular folks have been talking about for a year or more.

One area of concern is that the FBI, instead of allowing field offices to handle the investigation, moved it all up to Washington headquarters. “This was an effort to pre-bake the cake, pre-bake the outcome,” said Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), a House Judiciary Committee member. “Hillary Clinton obviously benefited from people taking actions to ensure she wasn’t held accountable.”

There are concerns over why a statement clearing Hillary Clinton was drafted before more than a dozen key witnesses were even interviewed. These witnesses included Clinton herself, and a computer tech who “permanently deleted” files days after receiving a subpoena to present them to Congress.

The FBI have stated that some laws may have been broken, but they decided not to prosecute because it would be difficult to prove that there was “intent” to break the law. But this doesn’t ring true. Peter Strzok (the man removed from the Russia investigation for pro-Hillary and anti-Trump bias) was the man who changed Comey’s final report from “Grossly Negligent” which carries criminal charges, to “Extremely Careless” which doesn’t.

This whole thing is beginning to stink like a major establishment cover up.

In other news, Democrats say they see nothing wrong here.

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