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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Hillary Clinton Committed Perjury When She Lied To Congress During Benghazi Hearings


By Inquisitr, Aug 16, 2016 

Hillary Clinton committed perjury when she lied to Congress during the Benghazi hearings, and in a last ditch effort to hold the Democratic presidential nominee accountable for something, House Republicans have provided the Justice Department with evidence they believe will be enough to charge Clinton with the crime.
If FBI director James Comey decided not to indict Hillary, it’s doubtful that the Justice Department, headed by Attorney General Loretta Lynch, will decide to press charges. After all, Lynch and the rest of her ilk have been protecting Clinton for a long while now.

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/3424035/hillary-clinton-committed-perjury-when-she-lied-to-congress-during-benghazi-hearings/#SKgpoIl1aM5RUQbq.99


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  1. Sam DeViney, San Antonio, TXAugust 19, 2016 at 10:56 PM

    I was not originally a Trump supporter but he won the Republican nomination and I think we should all get behind him and support him. The fact that some in the Republican leadership want to deny Trump in favor of Clinton is very unsettling. Either it's just sour grapes or there is something much more sinister occurring in American politics. I think someone should ask those turncoat Republicans to explain in great detail why it is that they think an obvious Liberal criminal would make a better president than Mr. Trump, our duly-elected nominee. If it's sour grapes, fine, just shut up and support the party. If not, make your case by logically explaining why Hillary is good, not by saying that Trump says mean things. The political establishment is running scared. I can't help but think that that is a good thing.

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