We’re taking a break from this week’s he-said, she-said tell-all book kerfuffle to look at some real news for a bit.
We reported at the tail-end of the year that AG Jeff Sessions was showing signs of resuscitation after having essentially recused himself from his job.
Now with multiple new investigations or probes into the Obama-Clinton crime syndicate, one more may be added to that list: a reopened Servergate investigation.
Reports have surfaced that point to Sessions’ interest in a new look at the probe after details have come to light of the FBI having spiked evidence of criminal acts.
But here’s the question: if Sessions decides in favor of a new investigation, wouldn’t there also be good reason for an investigation into the FBI? Inquiring minds want to know.
Here’s more from Hotair…
Give Jeff Sessions credit for not looking to lighten his workload. Today he’ll announce a new effort to enforce federal law on marijuana operations, and last month he ordered a review of the controversial Uranium One sale that had connections to both Bill and Hillary Clinton. Does the Attorney General have any time for other priorities?
Justice Department officials are taking a fresh look at Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state, The Daily Beast has learned.
An ally of Attorney General Jeff Sessions who is familiar with the thinking at the Justice Department’s Washington headquarters described it as an effort to gather new details on how Clinton and her aides handled classified material. Officials’ questions include how much classified information was sent over Clinton’s server; who put that information into an unclassified environment, and how; and which investigators knew about these matters and when. The Sessions ally also said officials have questions about immunity agreements that Clinton aides may have made.
A former senior DOJ official familiar with department leadership’s thinking said officials there are acutely aware of demands from President Donald Trump that they look into Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state—and that they lock up her top aide, Huma Abedin.