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House Speaker Ryan: ‘Nobody Should Be Above the Law’

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was floored by the FBI’s recommendation not to indict Hillary Clinton after Director James Comey laid out a powerful case against the Democrat presidential frontrunner.

Expressing deep concern for the erosion of the rule of law, Ryan said the FBI’s announcement “defies explanation,” and claimed Hillary “misled the American people when she was confronted with her criminal actions.”

“While I respect the professionals at the FBI, this announcement defies explanation. No one should be above the law,” Ryan stated.

On Tuesday, FBI Director James Comey publicly presented the bureau’s case against Clinton, highlighting that several emails were marked classified when they were sent or received on her mobile devices or on her private servers.

However, instead of recommending the Justice Department reprimand the former Secretary of State, Comey instead dismissed the severity of the actions.

“Comey said the key here is that investigators found no intent to break the law,” reports USA Today.

“Cases that have been filed in similar cases have been based on ‘clearly intentional and willful mishandling of classified information’ or ‘indications of disloyalty to the United States.’ In the Clinton case, those elements were not found.”

Source: Info Wars

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4 replies on “House Speaker Ryan: ‘Nobody Should Be Above the Law’”

GOP should do their own investigation and ask FBI why Hillory Clinton is not being found guilty of Gross Negligence?

They are so corrupt
This once great country
Is beyond recognition!
The entire democratic
Administration should be impeached.

“Cases that have been filed in similar cases have been based on ‘clearly intentional and willful mishandling of classified information’ or ‘indications of disloyalty to the United States.’”

Petraeus did not “intentionally and willfully mishandle classified information,” yet he got busted for it.

HRC had to know her server wasn’t secure enough for classified information, yet she used it, anyway. That’s “knowingly and willfully” mishandling, not once, but repeatedly. She kept things on a private server so she could circumvent FOIA rules. So she could hide–what? Illegal/disloyal activities.

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