Lisa Page testimony means DOJ might want to re open case against Hillary Clinton

hillary clinton


More and more it appears the Justice Department should have tried to do just that to Hillary Clinton and that only nefarious interference kept the attempt from occurring. Specifically Page testified that Department of Justice officials repeatedly dissuaded the FBI from building a criminal case against Clinton for gross negligence in her handling of classified information. What bears further comment is the legal importance of the phrase gross negligence. Page said DOJ advised FBI lawyers that gross negligence was a charge they could not permissibly bring against Clinton because it was too vague. Gross negligence may not be as precise as a numerical equation such as 2 plus 2 but its hardly a mystical concept understandable only by sages and seers. New testimony from former FBI attorney Lisa Page shows the Department of Justice killed the prosecution of Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton before the FBI officially had a chance to refer her for charges. Lisa Page confirmed to me under oath that the FBI was ordered by the Obama DOJ not to consider charging Hillary Clinton for gross negligence in the handling of classified information. The FBI is investigating the private server Hillary Clinton used while Secretary of State and whether Clinton or her aides broke any laws in their handling of classified information. He said under oath the FBI investigative team unanimously believed Clinton shouldnt be prosecuted. The Clinton campaign hired Christopher Steele to talk to Russians to get dirt on Trump

More Hillary Clinton: