Trey Gowdy, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman, and Bob Goodlatte, the House Judiciary Committee Chairman, said they will be jointly investigating the Department of Justice’s handling of the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, reports the Conservative Tribune.
The two Chairman say that the department’s actions have left “a host of outstanding questions that must be answered.”
“Our justice system is represented by a blind-folded woman holding a set of scales… No entity or individual is exempt from oversight,” the two chairmen said in a statement Tuesday.
The “outstanding questions” pertain to subjects that include but are not limited to:
“FBI’s decision to publicly announce the investigation into Secretary Clinton’s handling of classified information but not to publicly announce the investigation into campaign associates of then-candidate Donald Trump;
FBI’s decision to notify Congress by formal letter of the status of the investigation both in October and November of 2016;
FBI’s decision to appropriate full decision-making in respect to charging or not charging Secretary Clinton to the FBI rather than the DOJ;
FBI’s timeline in respect to charging decisions.”
What Goodlatte and Gowdy are trying to say is that a good number of suspicious things went on during the Obama-era of the DOJ and are now on their way to being uncovered.
This is just one more sign of how corrupt and scandal-ridden Barrack Obama’s DOJ was, with former Attorney Generals Loretta Lynch and Eric Holder potentially on the hook for a lot of accounts of misbehavior.
And here are just a few of their worst incidents: Operation Fast and Furious, in which thousands of guns ended up in the hands of Cartel members and Holder became the first sitting cabinet member to be held by the House of representatives.
The now infamous “tarmac meeting” between former President Bill Clinton and Lynch before the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails was announced complete, an incident that even former FBI Director James Comey found suspicious.
Even Lynch’s vain attempt to Comey to insist on referring to the Clinton investigation as a “matter” instead of an investigation, which is a seemingly obvious attempt to try and quell any Democrat scandal during the race for the presidency in 2016.
The list could go on for a while, and I can imagine that the name “James Comey” will be in the news for quite some time. While it may seem repetitive to see these names in the news over and over again, the media and the courts cannot forget these corrupt figures and justice must be brought to D.C.
Trump’s DOJ cannot fail American citizens like Obama’s did, but the bulldog that is Trey Gowdy doesn’t seem likely to let that happen anytime soon.