- The State Department is reopening the investigation into Hillary’s email server.
- She will not be indicted now because the FBI has closed their probe into the investigation.
- Although, her colleagues could still lose their security clearance making it impossible for them to get their old jobs back if Hillary becomes President.
The investigation that Hillary Clinton thought was over…has now just been reopened.
The investigation has been ongoing since January. After 22 emails, from Hillary’s private server, were found to be “top secret” the investigation was set into motion. The investigation alone is very sensitive but seemed to all go downhill after the FBI got involved. In April, the investigation seemed to become clouded and muddy after the FBI stepped in. The intense investigation, however, boiled down to the Attorney General Loretta Lynch saying there would be no indictments resulting from the FBI investigation.
Then the unthinkable happened. The State Departments spokesman John Kirby said, “Given the Department of Justice has now made its announcement, the State Department intends to conduct its internal review. Our goal will be to be as transparent as possible about our results while complying with our various legal obligations.”
Will this affect Hillary’s chance of becoming President? Legally, no. Although, it could change the public’s mind about her. The biggest dent in the Hillary campaign is the damage it could do to the officials who worked with her when she was Secretary of State. If those officials are found to be guilty, they could lose their security clearances. That would make it impossible for them to get similar jobs if Hillary does make it into the White House.
They may not have stopped Hillary, but they sure have slowed her down.