Ron Johnson Calls Out Comey’s Investigation Into Hillary’s Emails For Being ‘Just For Show’
As the pressure mounts on the DOJ to release a 500-page detailed report on the investigation into Hilary’s email breach, Senator Johnson, among others, expose Comey’s true intentions. Johnson said that Comey’s case was ‘never meant to uncover the truth but to cover it up’, in his interview with Fox News.
That’s something that was pretty obvious to Trump supporters from the very beginning but with the release of the new report, lawmakers will finally have the evidence needed to move forward. Whether they choose to press charges against Comey or to use the report to compare bias treatment in the handling of the Mueller investigation will remain to be seen.
“Let’s call this what it is: A sham,” Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said Friday in a statement. “This is a philanthropy that does life-changing work, which Republicans have tried to turn into a political football. It began with a long-debunked project spearheaded by [former Trump adviser] Steve Bannon during the presidential campaign. It continues with Jeff Sessions doing Trump’s bidding by heeding his calls to meddle with a department that is supposed to function independently. The goal is to distract from the indictments, guilty pleas, and accusations of treason from Trump’s own people at the expense of our justice system’s integrity. It’s disgraceful, and should be concerning to all Americans.”
The calls for a special counsel to investigate Clinton-related matters and the FBI have intensified on the right as a separate investigation, led by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, explores whether the Trump campaign coordinated with the Kremlin to influence the 2016 election, and whether Trump might have tried to obstruct justice in that inquiry.
The Clinton Foundation has raised billions of dollars since it was formed and generally receives high marks from philanthropy watchdog organizations. But because of its global donor base and Clinton’s former position as the United States’ top diplomat, it also faced questions about contributions from countries such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Algeria.