Wednesday, March 30, 2016


The Donald Promises to "appoint people" to investigate Clinton's "criminal activity"

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has lambasted Hillary Clinton, promising that if he is elected, he will “appoint people” to investigate her actions closely.
“What she’s getting away with is absolutely murder,” Trump told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday.

“I would probably appoint people that would look very seriously at her email disaster because it’s a criminal activity and I would appoint people that would look very seriously at that,” Trump declared.
The billionaire candidate was responding to Clinton saying earlier this week that it is “scary” to imagine what kind of justice or attorney general Trump would appoint.
Trump also described the ongoing FBI investigation into Clinton’s email server as “a real case,” adding that “If she’s able to get away with that, you can get away with anything.”
Reports have suggested that there are now 147 FBI agents involved in the investigation surrounding Clinton’s private email server.
The Washington Post has claimed that the FBI is fast tracking the investigation in order to avoid any action clashing with the Presidential election.
GOP Senator Chuck Grassley slammed Hillary after she called on him to “step up and do his job,” as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee in the confirmation process for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
“This is simply a blatant attempt by Secretary Clinton to politicize the Supreme Court and to change the conversation after a damaging story about her in The Washington Post,” Grassley said, referring to the email investigation details.
Former NSA head Gen. Michael Hayden also said of Hillary’s email server this week that “What she set up was inconceivable. And the explanations since that point are incoherent.”
“I would lose respect for scores of intelligence organizations around the planet if they were not already thumbing through the emails,” Hayden added.
Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and