Breaking: Inspector General to Declare FBI and DOJ Broke the Law in Clinton Email Investigation

Kirsters Baish| A new report has been released which suggest that the Inspector General report might in fact rule that the FBI and the Department of Justice officials broke the law during their infamous investigation into Hillary Clinton’s usage of a private server to send government information.

On Thursday, an investigative reporter by the name of Paul Sperry explained that the Justice Department’s Inspector General, Michael Horowitz, has announced that he has “found ‘reasonable grounds’ for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law in the FBI/DOJ’s handling of the Clinton investigation/s.” He continued on saying that the top watchdog official has “referred his findings of potential criminal misconduct to Huber for possible criminal prosecution.”

On top of FISA abuses which took place while the 2016 presidential election was going on, calls were made for a second special counsel to look into the Clinton email investigation. In March, Attorney General Jeff Sessions explained that Utah’s top federal prosecutor, John Huber, would be assigned to the case. Huber would be looking for any faults in the original investigation.

This week, we found out that the Inspector General’s report, which we have all been waiting for, has officially been submitted to be reviewed.

The Wall Street Journal wrote, “Those invited to review the report were told they would have to sign nondisclosure agreements in order to read it, people familiar with the matter said. They are expected to have a few days to craft a response to any criticism in the report, which will then be incorporated in the final version to be released in coming weeks.”

Reports have been released which lead us to believe that the report will be released before the end of the month.

Take a look at the Fox News report from roughly a month ago when the possible bias was first made public: