FBI Director Gets Some VERY Bad News After Clearing Hillary Clinton

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Patriots everywhere were furious on Tuesday when FBI director James Comey announced that he would be recommending that Hillary Clinton not be charged for her use of a personal email server during her time as Secretary of State.

One day later, Comey is now the person in the hot seat as House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte has announced that the FBI director will be facing a probe of his own.

“It is clear that Secretary Clinton possibly jeopardized the safety and security of our citizens and nation through her use of private email servers,” the Virginia Republican said in a statement, according to The Washington Examiner. “None should be above the law, and the American people need to know that federal law enforcement is taking this misconduct seriously.”

Goodlatte reportedly “raised several concerns” with Comey in a phone call and then sent him many more questions in a follow up letter. The questions revolved around how Comey came to the conclusion that Clinton shouldn’t be prosecuted for “gross negligence” in light of his conclusion that she showed “extreme carelessness” in the way she handled classified information.

“If any other American with a security clearance had placed such sensitive information at risk, is there nothing the FBI would have done to recommend sanctions against such person’s extreme carelessness?” Goodlatte wrote.

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