Christopher Wray

The current FBI Director, Christopher Wray told the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday morning said that if the Inspector General found improper political considerations factored into the decision made in regards to Hillary Clinton’s private email server, then they would consider reopening the case, reports The Gateway Pundit.

Wray was grilled by the Committee after recent reports came out that a high-ranking FBI agent, Peter Strzok, possibly misguided former FBI Director James Comey and eventually swayed Comey’s finale statement regarding Clinton’s emails.

First Wray was asked by Rep. Darrell Issa if he thought there was any political bias impact coming into the decisions made of Hillary Clinton’s email probe.

Wray responded:

“’I think of the Inspector General’s investigation as de novo in one sense, in which that it’s objective, arms length, no skin in the game, if you will. But you’re right, the Inspector General is not second guessing prosecutorial decisions and things like that. However, the Inspector General is looking at the very important question of whether or not improper political considerations factored into the decision-making. If he were to conclude that’s what happened, then I think at that point were we’re in a situation were we have to assess what else might need to be done to unring that bell,’ reports The Gateway Pundit.”

Wray concluded that if the Inspector General did find anything suspicious or that looked as though the case against Hillary Clinton’s private email server was handled inappropriately then the FBI would try to “unring that bell.”

Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) then decided to ask Wray to further elaborate on what he exactly meant by “unring that bell.”  Would Wray reverse the outcome of the email probe investigation entirely or would he open the case again entirely?

Wray said that the phrase could mean anything from changing the FBI’s “policies or structures” or a “personnel decision,” as in possible firings going on in the FBI.  Briggs went further and asked if reopening the investigation would even be possible.

To that Wray said that if the bureau found new evidence or new information in regards to the case or the received information from the Inspector General saying a reopening of the case would be appropriate then they would consider opening the case again.

FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was fired from Mueller’s Russia probe after reports revealed the disgraced law enforcement officer sent ‘anti-Trump,’ texts to a colleague, personally changed key language that former Bureau Director James Comey used to describe Hillary Clinton’s email conduct.

This possibility of reopening the case of Hillary Clinton’s private and unlawful email server is an exciting prospect because Hillary can finally be called out for lying to the American people and jeopardizing U.S. National security and finally be put away for breaking the law once and for all.