Jim Jordan Wants To Know “when someone’s going to jail” With Hillary’s Emails And Trump Russian Probe

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Hillary Clinton could not be happy with Jim Jordan this morning after he called out Hillary and James Comey and others for their roles in two critical investigations.

Jordan correctly points out that Americans want to know who is going to go to jail over the two botched investigations into Hillary’s emails and the origins of the Trump Russia probe.

Look at it this way if you must – our law enforcement agencies wasted darn near four years with massive national investigations that have real political consequences – just ask Hillary – and came up with nothing?

So what in the hell were they doing to come back with no crimes? Just a waste and political hits?

Or are we seeing massive cover-ups or an out-of-control law enforcement drunk on power?

Looking at showboat James Comey makes Jordan see the obvious and he wants answers. From Fox News:

As House Democrats prepare to proceed with their legislative agenda, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said lawmakers should shift their focus from impeachment to investigating former FBI Director James Comey and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“When you’re solely focused on going after the president you can’t do what’s best for the country.

And that’s been the problem with the Democrats,” Jordan said Monday on “Fox & Friends.”

“Jim Comey… is the guy solely responsible for putting the country through three years of this saga that we have now lived through,” he continued, arguing that many Americans want to know “when someone’s going to jail” over alleged wrongdoing in the Trump-Russia and Clinton email investigations.

Last month, a Justice Department inspector general report said that Comey violated FBI policy when he revealed information about discussions with President Trump to people outside the agency.

Last year, the inspector general criticized Comey’s handling of the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private server for emails while she was secretary of state.