Will the DOJ Interfere in the Clinton Campaign? And By When? Jed Babbin, American Spectator. John Tamny, Forbes.com.
3/7/16 (Photo: Bryan Pagliano granted immunity in the Clinton email investigation by the FBI/DOJ.) Will the DOJ Interfere in the Clinton Campaign? And By When? Jed Babbin, American Spectator. John Tamny, Forbes.com. “Former State Department employee Bryan Pagliano was the person paid separately by Hillary Clinton to set it up and maintain her private “clintonmail.com” email system. The announcement last week that the Justice Department granted Pagliano immunity from prosecution is the most important development in the case since it began. "Clinton’s defenders have searched the dictionaries and encyclopedias to find a way to spin the FBI’s investigation of her conduct as secretary of state. They’ve said it was an investigation into her private email system, but not of her. They’ve said it’s not a criminal investigation and that it’s nothing more than a “security review.” "What nonsense. The FBI doesn’t investigate email systems, it investigates what people communicated while using them. The FBI only investigates people’s conduct to determine if they have violated federal criminal law. (The FBI doesn’t do security reviews except when they concern the conduct of FBI employees.) “The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto wrote last week about the odd lack of dissent among pols and pundits from the assumption that the Justice Department wouldn’t allow Clinton to be indicted purely on political grounds. As I have written before, that assumption is almost certainly false. Pagliano’s immunity agreement is a strong indication that several people, almost certainly including Clinton, will be indicted….” http://spectator.org/articles/65703/ratting-out-hillary