U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber won’t testify Thursday before the House Oversight subcommittee as its chairman had announced previously.
Huber had been assigned by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate several controversies Republicans have raised about Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation, many of them stoked by right-wing activists who believe she should be prosecuted.
The reckoning for the Clintons we’ve dreamed of finally approaches with whistle-blowing and documents about the slush fund known as the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
The ability of the Clintons to dodge charges of criminality will be hamstrung by the latest evidence revealed to be in the hands of prosecutors.
If anyone tells you they are tired of nothing happening with regard to ongoing investigations, perhaps they should take a closer look at a number of events that came to light over the past few days.
In a matter that caused no small amount of worry and consternation among supporters of President Donald Trump, The Daily Caller reported on Nov. 29 that the FBI had raided the home of whistle-blower Dennis Nathan Cain.
A Boeing 757 registered to the Department of Justice was spotted at Little Rock Airport, reportedly loading boxes similar to those used for storing evidence, sparking speculation that a new phase in the investigation into the Clinton Foundation, located in the Arkansas capital, is underway.
From 2001 to 2005, there was an ongoing investigation into the Clinton Foundation.
A Grand Jury had been empaneled. Governments from around the world had donated to the “Charity”. Yet from 2001 to 2003, none of those “Donations” to the Clinton Foundation were declared.