The lie is beginning to unravel. More and more evidence is coming out against the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email scandal. The House Permanent Select Committee has already decided to expand their investigation to look more into the FBI’s handling of the Clinton investigation. Now it seems other members of the House may want to look into the situation as well.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) has demanded that the FBI turn over documentation surrounding its investigation of the Clinton email scandal because he is worried about the FBI’s decision-making process when it came to not filing charges against Hillary Clinton.
The FBI was criticized for making the decision to not charge Clinton months before they had completed their investigation and that did not sit well with Gowdy.
“If you have made the decision not to charge someone in May of 2016 before you have interviewed two dozen witnesses, before you have interviewed the target of the investigation, then you’re going to have to explain how you reached that decision not to charge.”
Gowdy, and other House Republicans would like to move the investigation into the FBI forward. However, they cannot do that until they receive the documentation asked for. They would like to question disgraced FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page but they cannot until the documentation comes through first so that they know what questions need to be asked.
The FBI has spent long enough hindering the investigative process. The FBI is supposed to support the investigative process and help reduce crime in this country. Instead, they have chosen to collude with administrations and candidates for election in order to influence that election.