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Inspector General to Reopen Hillary Email Investigation

Are you not entertained?! No? Ok, good, because it’s about to get even more interesting in the Swamp in the coming weeks.

Russia collusion probe, FISA memo, State Department memo, move aside: it’s time to take a second look at the FBI’s so-called investigation into Hillary’s email server.

So says the Inspector General for the Department of Justice, who’s been digging around for a while with keen interest into all the unexplained details surrounding the bureau’s exoneration of Hillary Clinton.

In fact, he’s been conducting an investigation for nearly a year.

The report from which is due roughly a month from now.

And all indications are it’s going to be explosive.

So, if FISA doesn’t bring down the corrupt FBI, Hillary’s server scandal may do it.

Here’s more from The Hill…

Few people have heard of Michael Horowitz, but that’s about to change.

Horowitz, the Department of Justice (DOJ) inspector general, is an increasingly critical player in the controversy surrounding the FBI, President Trump and the Russia investigation.

With little fanfare, he has been conducting a sprawling probe of the FBI’s handling of the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. His full report, which could set off shockwaves, is expected by the early spring.

A political appointee in both the Bush and Obama administrations, Horowitz’s yearlong investigation already reportedly contributed to the early resignation of Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. And his work has been felt in other ways.

Horowitz also uncovered a series of text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that led special counsel Robert Mueller to remove Strzok from his team. Those texts have fueled accusations among GOP lawmakers that Mueller’s probe is tainted by partisanship.

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