Many people are still celebrating the twelve days of Christmas and eight days of Hanukkah this week, and continuing to give good gifts to each other.
Who knew that Trump would be given quite the extra Christmas present himself, and from a place he would never expect!
On Tuesday, a federal judge panel determined that the next U.S. Attorney General may be allowed to continue the investigation involving Hillary Clinton, her emails, and her home server. So the incoming Trump Administration would have the power and ability to make public all emails involving her reign of terror as Secretary of State.
From Proud Conservative:
A federal court ruled Tuesday the U.S. attorney general can still get involved in supervising the release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, offering President-elect Donald Trump an opportunity to intervene in the controversial case.
The court provides a new opening to Trump and his attorney general designate, Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions…
Current Secretary of State John Kerry refused to refer the matter to the attorney general as federal law requires. Instead, he allowed State Department officials to pick and choose which emails could be withheld and released to the public…
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement that it shows the courts seem ”fed up with the Obama administration’s refusal to enforce the rule of law on Clinton’s emails.”
Fitton added that, “today’s appeals court ruling rejects the Obama State Department’s excuses justifying its failure to ask the attorney general, as the law requires, to pursue the recovery of the Clinton emails.”
The Department of Justice early in 2017 will have to decide if it wants to get involved in the email saga and set out to retrieve all the emails given to the State Department by Clinton and her aides.
This is great news for Americans! Trump and his hopeful U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions would have the opportunity to remind Hillary that she is above no law, and she can finally be held accountable for her actions.