When Donald Trump questions the intelligence community the headline is Trump Insults Intelligence Community, but when Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton or [INSERT DEMOCRAT NAME HERE] questions the FBI we don’t get a headline saying Dumbocrat So-and-so Insults Law Enforcement.
When FBI Director James Comey laid out a perfect indictment on Hillary Clinton’s crimes of mishandling Top Secret classified data and then let her off the hook the Democrats cheered his decision and wanted to carry him around on their shoulders for a month.
But then the FBI got new information from the investigation and mentioned it, starting a firestorm from Democrats and their mainstream news media stenographers about how horrible it was to mention something going on in the investigation so close to the election.
Here’s what it boils down to. Democrats are still in a state of denial. The simply cannot understand or accept that Donald Trump and the Basket of Deplorables beat them. So they are engaged in throwing mud at the wall and seeing if it sticks by attempting to blame everything and everyone else for why they lost all power in the recent election. Forget the fact that while Donald Trump was filling up 15, 20 and 30,000 seat arenas around the country, setting records to boot, Hillary Clinton couldn’t fill a beer hall of 200 people unless top singing artists performed prior to her speech.
Now, the Democrats want to blame the FBI for Hillary’s loss.
The Justice Department inspector general on Thursday announced that it will launch an investigation into the FBI’s conduct leading up to the 2016 election.
The probe, which comes in response to requests from numerous chairmen and ranking members of congressional oversight committees, will look into allegations that Director James B. Comey broke bureau policy with his various public disclosures regarding the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Clinton’s campaign has blamed Comey and the FBI for her loss to President-elect Donald Trump.
The IG will also examine allegations that “certain underlying investigative decisions were based on improper considerations.”
The investigation will also look into allegations that officials improperly disclosed nonpublic information to the Clinton campaign, allegations that the FBI Deputy Director should have been recused from the case, and allegations regarding the timing of the bureau’s 11th-hour publication of some unrelated Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) seen by many as suspicious.