Writing for The Hill, John Solomon claimed in a recent op-ed that a Senate staff memo revealed more on the already apparent shortcomings of FBI’s Clinton email investigation. (Conservative Tribune)
“August in Washington can be the political equivalent of an elephant graveyard,” Solomon wrote Thursday in The Hill. “One good rain can wash away the dirt and expose the bones of scandals past.”
According to Solomon, those political rains have apparently uncovered a carcass so pungent it could not remain unnoticed in the FBI’s closet forever.
Meant to brief respective Republican Senate Finance and Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Chairmen Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson on developments in the ongoing probe into the alleged investigative misdeeds of former Director James Comey’s FBI, the Senate memo suggests investigators did not pursue access to “highly classified” documents that may have served as evidence against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
In fact, the FBI failed to pursue access to this “potentially relevant” evidence “despite members of the FBI case team referring to the review as a ‘necessary’ part of the investigation,” according to the memo — as if the American people needed any further evidence Comey and his disgraced cronies Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzokhad carelessly disregarded, if not knowingly and intentionally botched, the Clinton email investigation.