The Obama administration would like us to think that Hillary Clinton’s email investigation is nothing to worry about. But, it seems like her day in court has only just begun.
The FBI has decided to extend the former Secretary of State’s investigation to see if she made any “materially false statements” in her unauthorized email account. One would think that the illegal use of the server would be enough to put her out of business. But, apparently the government needs more time to avoid finding actual justice in the case.
Up until now, the investigation has focused on her “gross negligence.” This latest development, however, is going to delve into her clear violations of U.S. Code 18, Section 1001, which states that the accused cannot give false statements to a third party, even if they are not under oath. Hopefully, this charge will show that she blatantly lied about her server to not only the public, but members of the Federal government as well. If and when she is found guilty, Hillary could be looking at felony charges with up to five years in prison for each charge.
It will be interesting to see how this disturbs Hillary’s run for office in 2016. Will America finally wake up and see through her lies? Or, will democrats use their media ties and parlor tricks to cover-up her trail once again. With the democratic debating coming up this Saturday night, the pressure is definitely on Clinton.