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The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee warned Wednesday on Fox News that Hillary Clinton could be impeached if she were elected, essentially delegitimizing Clinton before Election Day.
Reacting to the FBI’s announcement last week that it was reviewing a newly discovered batch of emails related to Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) was emphatic that impeachment would proceed if a criminal indictment of Clinton appeared imminent.
“This investigation will continue whether she wins or not, but assuming she wins and the investigation goes forward, and it looks like an indictment is pending, at that point of time in the Constitution, the House of Representatives would engage in an impeachment trial,” McCaul said referring to a House investigation into Clinton’s e-mails. “It would go to the Senate, and impeachment proceedings and removal would take place.”
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: Agit8dChopThe justice department that is investigating and finding all kinds of crookedness with trump and his organization and his family
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: odzeandennz
The identity of the Whistle-Blower is a secret, for obvious reasons. Apparently, even Hillary does not know his/her identity, since that person is still alive.
The whistleblower, Dennis Nathan Cain, had turned the documents over to the Department of Justice’s inspector general and both the House and Senate Intelligence committees, according to the lawyer.
If evidence against the Clinton Foundation has been seized by the Justice Department/FBI, then Federal Prosecutor Huber will not have everything he needs, in order to back up his claims of lawlessness in/by the foundation.
Cain further told the FBI agent the potentially damaging classified information had been properly transmitted to the Senate and House Intelligence committees as permitted under the act, Socarras said.