The prevailing opinion of the talking heads is that the Clinton espionage scandal is old news and her case will never be re-opened: however, the recent firing of James Comey and the reasons given point to great dissatisfaction with the way the Clinton scandal was handled. It leaves open the door to review the case at the Department of Justice. An FBI agent who spoke with Fox News agrees.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein wrote in his letter recommending the dismissal that the FBI Director wrongly usurped the power that was the Attorney General’s alone. It was not his place to prosecute the case. He was to collect the information and forward it to the Attorney General. The former AG never had the opportunity to review the material.
The FBI could very well re-open the investigation into whether she broke the law by mishandling classified material.
A former FBI agent told Fox News, “I would be surprised if they did not review all the investigations regarding HRC and come up with [a] conclusion regarding prosecution. The statute of limitations hasn’t come into play yet.”
A new FBI director could re-examine the case and rescind any deals or offers of immunity to the parties involved.
“A new [Attorney General] and new director may take a good look at the entire case, and if anyone who received immunity did not live up to their agreement, like Huma [Abedin] with the classified documents on her computer, the deal is off and they are potential targets again,” he writes.
President Trump has expressed displeasure over the way in which James Comey handled the bureau’s investigation in to Hillary’s email server and on the campaign trail, he said the case would be looked at again.
Earlier this week he told reporters, “He [Comey] wasn’t doing a good job. Very simply. He was not doing a good job.”
There is no question that the hysterical Democrats know this is a possibility and it could be one of the reasons they are overreacting and taking such an aggressive stance on the firing of a man they wanted fired.