Chaffetz: Investigation Into Hillary Clinton Private Email Use Not Over (VIDEO)
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform spoke to Fox News and confirmed that the probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail isn’t over and it’s being delayed by the State Department.
Via Fox News:
“We need to understand the gravity of this. There is a reason the State Department, years after, is still holding off on giving us documents,” Chaffetz told Fox News. “The more they want to hold them, the more curious we are on what’s in them.”
Chaffetz said the State Department has been “dreadfully slow” in turning over some 30,000 additional documents, and that he expected the investigation to last well into 2018.
“Agencies like to brag about how many thousands of documents they’ve given us, but it’s not about the count — it’s about getting 100 percent of them.”
The committee head said his panel plans to investigate the case from “top to bottom” — including investigating the meeting on an airport tarmac between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and President Bill Clinton in “such close proximity” to the conclusion of the FBI’s investigation of the email scandal.
The criminality of the Clinton’s is overwhelming. The amount of money they have swindled while abusing power and wasting resources is what you see in Communist or third world countries. They are an absolute shame to the United States. Hillary Clinton is a reckless individual drunk on power and she must answer for her many crimes.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) March 17, 2017