Published on September 28, 2016
FBI has not provided information demanded by subpoena. Director Comey claims to not understand that his bureau's cooperation is not optional.
Representative Smith (R-TX) requests James Comey / FBI Director to re-open the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal Case in light of several large pieces of significant new information that has surfaced since the FBI closed the case in July. James Comey affirmed there is no such thing as "Lifetime Immunity."
Today, the House Judiciary Committee will hear from Director James Comey on the challenges facing the FBI and how the FBI is addressing them. From San Bernardino to Orlando to the most recent terrorist attacks in New York, New Jersey, and Minnesota, the United States has experienced a rise in radical Islamic terrorism and we must ensure that the FBI has the resources needed for its counterterrorism efforts in order to thwart these heinous plots and protect Americans from harm.
“Additionally, many members of the House Judiciary Committee continue to have unanswered questions about the FBI’s investigation, Director Comey’s public statements on the matter, and the Justice Department’s decision to not prosecute Secretary Clinton for mishandling classified information through private email servers. It defies logic and the law that she faces no consequences for jeopardizing national security. It also appears that Secretary Clinton may have perjured herself and made false statements to Congress under oath. I’ve called on the Justice Department to investigate her for perjury and am interested to hear from Director Comey on the matter.”
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