The State Department has formally opened an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s activities as Secretary of State. Better late than never, right? The State Department is looking into whether Hillary Clinton or any of her aides mishandled classified documents when she was Secretary of State.
Depending on the outcome of the current State Department inquiry, Clinton and her aides could have their access to sensitive government documents terminated.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, confirmed to Fox News the department’s formal inquiry.
Senator Grassley’s committee has likewise launched it’s own investigation into Hillary Clintons e-mails and the handling of said e-mails. Grassley cited James Comey’s statement from last July 5 as one of the chief reasons for their concerns. When Comey was the head of the FBI he stated that Hillary Clinton and her staff members were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” According to Grassley there is “evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information…”
They are likewise investigating Clinton’s use of top-secret and classified information on her private server. All we can say is it is “about time!” It’s better late than never, but not a lot better. Hopefully, the truth will come to light and Hillary will do some hard time, but don’t count on it.