The Clinton email scandal is most likely one of the most preposterous abuses of power in recent memory, and yet the investigation has been so completely botched it’s dragged on for years with literally no one held accountable.
It’s incredible what the Clintons have been able to cover up and get away with for years, isn’t it?
Sean Hannity, speaking on his show on Friday, has revealed that there are dozens of FBI agents waiting to be subpoenaed so they can testify to the high degree of mismanagement and political bias that took place during the ill-fated Clinton email probe, the Conservative Tribune reports.
“We have an (Inspector General) report coming out, and I’m told as many as 28 people that have knowledge of the Clinton email server scandal want to be subpoenaed so they can tell the story of corruption at the highest levels of the bureau at that they love,” the Fox host said.
He was joined by Sarah Carter, an investigative journalist who has been covering former FBI director James Comey, the FBI, and the Clinton scandals with what CT describes as “shocking accuracy.”
“There are a lot of FBI agents that want to come out and speak,” Carter told Hannity. “A lot of them are current agents, which makes it very difficult for them, so they need to be subpoenaed. These are the things that Congress needs to act on.”
The Daily Caller also recently reported that there are several FBI agents who have recently come forward and revealed that there are many at the bureau who worry about speaking out because it could hurt their career or even land them in legal trouble.
FBI agents concerned about corruption are “hunkering down because they see good people being thrown to the dogs for speaking out and speaking out does nothing to solve the problems,” the Daily Caller says one agent, who contacted them via a White House official, told them.
“It’s a question of basic credibility — Congress, the executive, and oversight are not seen to have any gravitas or seriousness,” said the DC’s source.
“The inmates have been running the asylum and they don’t respect, much less fear, their overseers. We know we’ll be hung out to dry.”