Hillary Clinton may not be safe just yet. Remember, with yesterday’s inauguration came a new administration and new leadership in the justice department.
Congressman Jason Chaffetz had a brief brush with Clinton on the platform yesterday at the Inauguration. He then posted a pic on Instagram with the following caption: “So pleased she is not the President. I thanked her for her service and wished her luck. The investigation continues.”
Chaffetz (R-Utah) has been one of the lead bulldogs during the investigations into Clinton’s acts of impropriety. He made it clear that his work isn’t finished.
While many critics are reacting on social media to Chaffetz’s comments, they should not be surprised by his words. He never denied that there is an ongoing investigation.
In fact, as recently as January 10, he retweeted the following message: “Congressional Panel Will Continue to Probe Clinton Emails-@ABCNews.” So, he has shown no signs of retreating from this probe.
Chaffetz sits on the House Oversight Committee and continues to have the power to hold hearings and issue subpoenas. Expect him to do both. Hopefully, he can be more fruitful now that the new president is in his corner.
Conservatives are convinced that, thus far, the investigations into both Clinton’s private email server and potential fraudulent activity at the Clinton Foundation have been held back by pressure from the Obama administration. Many are concerned about the justice at the department of justice, including at the FBI.
Last week, as the Angry Patriot previously reported, the closing of the Clinton Foundation was announced. Hmm, I wonder why. Maybe because they know the consequences for their actions are coming. Why have their employees been leaving in droves? The writing’s on the wall.
One cannot help but chuckle at the Chaffetz picture and consider what might be really going through his mind: “Great to see you! I’m planning to have you arrested. Love your pantsuit. Have a great day!”
We need the Chaffetzs of the world right now. Men and women who stand for truth and ethical behavior. We salute your willingness to wage a nasty, long, rough fight with the entire liberal media breathing down your neck. Thank you for your service, sir.