BREAKING: Hillary Strikes Deal With Gowdy And Trump’s DOJ

A major announcement comes as a deal is struck to have documents provided that are related to the FBI’s investigation with the private email server connected to the former first lady, Hillary Clinton. It was Representative Bob Goodlatte and Trey Gowdy who met with the current U.S. attorney named John Lausch. He was chosen to respond to the demands for documents from the Republicans.

It now appears as though there will be documents released and Gowdy wants them without redactions. The investigation could bring more light to what’s going on with Clinton and the private email server incident, but critics believe the investigation might be tainted by the DOJ.

Fox News reported more on the possible deal struck with Gowdy and the DOJ: “The Republican chairmen of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee announced Monday that the Justice Department has agreed to provide them with documents related to the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

The deal was struck after Reps. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., and Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., met this month with the U.S. attorney, John Lausch, who has been selected to respond to Republican demands for documents.

“We look forward to reviewing the information to better understand the decisions made by the Department of Justice in 2016 and 2017,” Goodlatte and Gowdy said in a joint statement. “Congress has a constitutional responsibility to preserve the integrity of our justice system by ensuring transparency and accountability of actions taken.”

Goodlatte subpoenaed the Justice Department last month for records of the investigation, which ended in July 2016 without charges being filed against Clinton.

The congressmen met with Lausch two weeks ago about the documents.”

The DOJ previously reopened the case:

Gowdy previously dismantled the DOJ:

Viewers are unsure if Hillary Clinton will have any involvement or in the investigation or if she might be able to persuade others to come up empty in their findings. Gowdy has been fairly solid, but as the winds of politics blow through the nation, it’s easy for anyone to be consumed by influences outside of their typical realm.

What will happen when Gowdy reviews the documents that are not redacted? Will he truly receive the documents or will he be given the run-around so the investigation is delayed? Will Hillary Clinton actually be prosecuted if those who investigate the documentation find information or will they downplay information that could lead to Hillary facing a legal battle?

It was only a year ago that James Comey made his statement about Hillary’s situation with the email servers.

He was often criticized for his remarks and now he’s looming in the background of politics while promoting his book. He no longer serves as the director of the FBI.

Former President Barack Obama made remarks about Hillary’s email server scandal.

Vice President Mike Pence chimed in on the situation ages ago.

Hillary Clinton tried to laugh off the situation after FBI discovers 15,000 more emails.

Many are unsure what direction this will take the investigation into Hillary’s scandal. It might lead to something that people have been waiting for, or it could also lead to absolutely nothing.

It’s wise to be patient and wait for them to announce what they find, then analyze it as needed. Always wait for the information to be provided before making a judgment.

What do you believe will happen? Will Gowdy find something and put Hillary towards prosecution? Or will there be nothing found and Hillary Clinton will walk freely without trouble?

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