By Linda L Barton
We’ve all been waiting for the release of the congressional testimony from Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz. However, we’ll have to wait a bit longer because it’s been postponed due to “new leads” in the investigation. It appears there is more to learn about the FBI’s handling of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina revealed he is rescheduling Horowitz’s May 8 testimony due to what appears to be significant information in the Clinton investigation.
Catherine Herridge of Fox News reports: The developments suggest Horowitz is still working to complete his review of the FBI and DOJ’s handling of the Clinton case. Sources familiar with the review have told Fox News that Horowitz has continued to pursue new leads and witnesses in recent weeks.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s widely anticipated testimony next week before the House Oversight Committee has been postponed, as the Justice Department Inspector General has pursued new leads in his review of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, according to a congressional letter and sources familiar with the matter.
“It is of the utmost importance that your review be as fulsome, complete and unimpeded as possible,” Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., the chairman of the committee, wrote in a recent letter to Horowitz which was obtained by Fox News.
Horowitz was scheduled to appear before the committee on May 8. However, Gowdy told Horowitz he wants to reschedule his testimony “as close to the day the report is finalized as is practicable.”
Gowdy said the decision to postpone is based on “the representations” in an April 23 letter from Horowitz.
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Fox News reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said on Friday that he expects Horowitz’s report to be finalized very soon.
“Within the next few weeks, I anticipate that our inspector general will complete a comprehensive, fair and nonpartisan report that answers many questions about how the Department of Justice handled a high-profile investigation during the last presidential campaign,” said Rosenstein. “We will learn from it, and our Department will do better in the future.”
This is a major update in the Clinton case, as many have long believed the FBI gave Clinton a pass for clearly committing NUMEROUS felonies. We’ve learned how Clinton sent and received classified information on her private, unsecured email server. The very server, which was hidden in the basement of Clinton’s home.
Hillary’s server was hacked numerous times by our enemies, meaning potential terrorists and hostile foreign actors more than likely obtained access to all of the classified information she had on her server.
Clinton broke the law countless times, and the FBI has admitted that.
While she was given a pass by former FBI Director James Comey, it appears Horowitz is gearing up to unveil some major revelations about the case and how the bureau allowed her to evade charges.
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