For years, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been the subject of an investigation into her suspicious email activities involving her use of an unsecured server.
Via this unsecured server, Clinton sent emails to many members of the United States government, including former President Obama.
But during a conference of the House Judiciary Committee, details emerged that make this case far worse than initially realized.
Not only did Hillary Clinton send emails over an unsecured server, but these emails were allegedly hacked by a foreign entity.
Worse yet, it has been reported this news was found out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), but was ignored during the initial investigation.
James Comey famously lost his position as the Director of the FBI for a reason — butchering the Hillary Clinton investigation into her use of an unsecured email server.
And it is no wonder he was not fired sooner with this new information being revealed.
Reportedly, the Intelligence Committee Inspector General found an “anomaly” in Clinton’s case that had not previously been followed up on.
During a hearing with FBI official Peter Strzok, it was found that the anomaly was one that did not have a connection to Russia fortunately — but one that Strzok was supposed to handle.
Republican Representative Louie Gohmert claimed that the ICIG Inspector, Frank Rucker, presented the information to Peter Strzok, but he would not follow up with the information given.
Gohmert pointed out the obvious: that Peter Strzok knew a foreign entity had hacked Hillary Clinton’s email, and did nothing to bring her to justice.
Gohmert revealed this during an interview with Breitbart News:
“The real news… should have been big news to Strzok, when he heard it so far, so long ago from the intelligence community’s inspector general — the investigator for the inspector general, Frank Rucker… a brilliant patriot, but he was sent by the Intelligence Community Inspector General Chuck McCullough to brief the FBI, because when they found what they found they went, ‘We’ve got to get this to the FBI immediately,’ because they knew it was a security threat to the country, and what they found was that in the emails — 0,000-plus emails that had gone through Hillary Clinton’s server — they found an anomaly, and they forensically examined it, and found was that there was an email address that every time an email was sent or received by Hillary Clinton, this little embedded [and] compartmentalized piece of data ordered that email sent to a third-party that happens to be a foreign entity, and we’re not talking any relationship to Russia, and so when they realized over 0,000 of her emails — and this had been news earlier this year — that it was that same intel IG office that were the first ones to point out that there was a great deal of classified information on that private server because the FBI had reported, ‘No classified information, at all. No classified emails,’ and when the IG looked at it — and I’m not talking about [Michael] Horowitz, I’m talking about a legitimate IG — they were awestruck because there wasn’t just classified, there was really top-secret stuff, and then further that was exacerbated by the fact she would have the president’s daily security briefing, it contains the most delicate, highest-level security information that the United States of America has, and it’s for presidents’ eyes, but Hillary was having it sent to her home server and having a house guy that worked for were with zero, no clearance whatsoever, printing that out.”
Ultimately, the FBI did nothing with the information, despite being a major red flag in the Hillary Clinton investigation.
Strzok did acknowledge that meeting with Rucker, but “did not remember specific content”–a lie that was meant to cover his guilt in the matter.
Do you believe Peter Strzok should be held accountable for his misconduct during this investigation?
Could this finally be the end for Hillary Clinton and her tumultuous political career?
Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below.