FBI Ready To Go Public If Clinton Is Not Indicted

FBI Ready To Go Public If Clinton Is Not Indicted

FBI Investigators intend to go public if the Attorney General does not indict here according to former House Majority leader Tom DeLay.

DeLay told The Steve Malzberg Show earlier this week that the FBI is ready to indict Hillary Clinton on criminal charges related to 1,300 classified documents stored on a private email server.

“They’re ready to recommend an indictment and they also say that if the attorney general does not indict, they’re going public,” the Texas Republican told the radio host.

While Delay was confident, we believe that it will be very difficult for current FBI Investigators to make public statements about an investigation that the AG will surely label as “on going”.

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  1. David

    Doesn’t she have to be convicted before she can be pardoned? If so it could be sometime before the trial, and hopefully when we have a new AG.

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