The Republicans have been attacking Hillary for over 20 years. They have spent millions of tax payer dollars, trying to discredit her because they've known since Bill's days in the White House how much of a real threat she is to them. And these emails?... they are just a pathetic last ditch effort... and in the meantime, Trump wants Japan and South Korea to build their own nuclear weapons.
There was a time, not too long ago, when you turn to a news channel and hear "House Oversight Committee..." you stop changing channels and pay close attention to what's going on. Now, since Benghazi, well maybe a year or two after...'14...when you hear "The House OvThe GOP reeeeeally needs something new in the playbook outside of "Hillary's emails." Lax email security isn't going to move the needle. The majority of voters don't care about document retention policies.
I'd be willing to bet every dollar in my wallet that no, they did not make the video. Even if they did make the video, saying "The House oversight committee released a video about Clinton." is about on par with saying "The GOP released a video about Clinton." or "Fox News released a video about Clinton." They, and the video, have an agenda to push and have proven over and over and over again that their opinion on these things do not hold very much weight. That's why nobody is taking the video seriously.Yes they did. Did you even watch the video?
Comey is a Republican...don't forget that. Then, they immediately tried to get Comey in on the "She Lied" train, but he wouldn't bite. Now, they want the internal notes from all of Comey's agents to try and undermine him. They want her so bad, that they are frustrated, hell bent...and are beginning to look like minions.FBI Director Dismantles Most Damaging Claims Against Hillary Clinton
Targeting Clinton would have been akin to “celebrity hunting,” James Comey told Congress.
WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey on Thursday defended his decision to forgo a criminal case against Hillary Clinton, and in the process managed to dismiss a series of the most damaging claims against the former secretary of state.
Comey announced Tuesday that he’d cleared Clinton from potential prosecution over her use of a private email server, saying her actions were “extremely careless” but that no “reasonable” prosecutor would pursue the case. Attorney General Loretta Lynch agreed with him on Wednesday. Comey’s most damning finding was that Clinton had more than 100 classified messages on her system, including eight that were deemed “top secret.”
Almost immediately after the announcement, Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) called Thursday’s hearing on the issue.
“We’re here because we’re mystified and confused by the fact pattern you laid out,” Chaffetz said. He added that based on Comey’s facts, if an “average Joe” had done what Clinton did, “they’d be in handcuffs.”
But Comey repeatedly stood by his estimation that there was no case against Clinton under the Espionage Act, which has only been used once in similar circumstances ― ineffectively ― in 99 years...