REPORT: House Republicans Reveal Investigative Strategy On Comey And Lynch

REPORT: House Republicans Reveal Investigative Strategy On Comey And Lynch

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Former Attorney General, Loretta Lynch is facing possible congressional investigation after House conservatives pulled a final move on her and her very-suspicious criminal doings in regards to the 2016 elections.

The very same fate will also meet former FBI Director James Comey.

To do so, Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Mike Johnson (R-LA) and Jim Jordan (R-OH) prepared an amendment that will engage into inspecting the aforementioned duo’s activities.

The one thing this investigation will focus on is Lynch’s infamous order to Comey to “mislead the American people by stating he should refer to the investigation into the mishandling of classified data and use of an unauthorized email server by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a ‘matter,’ rather than a criminal ‘investigation.’”

The Department of Justice, alongside Jeff Sessions and possibly Speaker Paul Ryan will partake int he entire investigative process. The amendment has yet to be introduced, so let’s allow this information to sit for a while.

“For the past several years, Democrats have obstructed justice and blocked every Congressional investigation imaginable,” Jordan said in an email. “Now they want to investigate? Ok, let’s investigate! Both parties have criticized James Comey over the past year for his performance as FBI director. Even Sen. Feinstein says there should be an investigation into Loretta Lynch and James Comey’s handling of the Clinton investigation. Let’s have a special counsel for that and see how serious Congressional Democrats are about getting to the truth.”

“It’s time for Republicans in Congress to start playing offense,” Gaetz told Breitbart News in an emailed statement.

“My constituents ask the same questions that so many people want to know the answer to, and that is why have all these investigations stopped? There was a whole lot of fire there and they just seemed to end when the new administration came in and I think there’s two or three reasons,” Biggs said in a brief phone interview on Tuesday afternoon. “Number one, I think you want justice and that leads to number two—if you don’t have justice and you’re not following the rule of law then government and lawmakers and those who enforce the law are held in derision by the public. They lose faith and confidence in those they elect and so I think this is really important to get back to those basics and find out what happened and so that’s why I think it’s important.”

The main objective of the investigation is to inspect the leaks dropped by James Comey and sent to his acquaintance Daniel Richman. The details of the leaks include bits and pieces of Comey’s private conversations with President Trump.

Hillary Clinton will also make the list of inspectees, together with her associates.

Among other things that shall be analyzed in this investigation, we also have Comey’s “knowledge” of Lynch airplane meeting with former POTUS, Bill Clinton, as well as Comey’s awareness about Fusion GPS, “including its creation of a ‘dossier’ of information about Mr. Trump; that dossier’s commission and dissemination in the months before and after the 2016 Presidential Election; the intelligence sources of Fusion GPS or any person or company working for Fusion GPS or its affiliates.”

This also entails Comey’s knowledge of Clinton’s uranium deal and her shady foundation. We can also expect for Comey’s “refusal to investigate then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton” for “selling access to the U.S. State Department through Clinton Foundation donations,” for “Huma Abedin’s dual employment at the State Department and the Clinton Foundation simultaneously,” and for her “utilization of the State Department to further paid speaking opportunities for her husband” to make the list.

Robert Mueller and his tight relationship with Comey will be once more put under the radar, in efforts to dig out the truth. And let’s not forget Susan Rice and the notorious unmasking case, which didn’t really see any closure.

Here is what Biggs stated in regards to the matter:

“I do think we as a party owe it to the constituents—the people who elect us—to really be focused, the word you used is focused, we need to be focused on the agenda and you can’t be focused on our agenda is we’re focused all the time on responding,” Biggs said. “So, we also have to defend our turf and in a way, we’re defending that turf with justice and the rule of law. That’s what we’re defending. So, that’s what Republicans stand for—that’s what we stand for—and that’s why it’s important I think. That’s why we need to keep focused on this.”

It is yet ot be revealed whether House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte will also offer a helping hand in the entire matter.

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus also released a statement of his own about the case:

“The American people are tired of focusing on Russia and ignoring some of the inconsistencies of the previous administration,” Meadows said. “They don’t understand why Republicans are not coming to the defense of this president.”

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