Clinton, Obama, Lynch and Comey are Now Under Investigation!


The news is breaking that there WILL be an investigation into the heinous crimes committed by the DNC during the 2016 Election. In a shock vote in the Judiciary Committee, Republicans voted 16 to 13 to begin an investigation into the dodgy dealings of Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch and James Comey (and even Special Counsel Mueller’s name came up). The Democrats didn’t know what hit them. They walked into a trap set for them by the Republicans; who had agreed to entertain a debate on what can be further done to help the present investigation into President Trump. The bill was sponsored, presented, and voted upon in such a short time that Democrat’s heads were left spinning. Tennessee Rep. Steve Cohen, said “This is the most astonishing moment I’ve ever experienced in the Judiciary Committee,” he continued “To take a question about the firing of James B. Comey and turn it into a question about Hillary Clinton? The chairman has left the room. Justice has left this room. Common sense has left this room. A lot of stuff has left this room, and maybe never entered it.” You see, the Republicans are responding to their employers, the people. Recent polls show that a majority of Republican voters would like to see something done about the Democrat crimes; and there are even registered Democrats who feel that their party has been tarred with scandal and want to see an open, fair investigation. Since President Trump’s inauguration, it seems that the focus has been shifted from “Lock Her Up!” to “Where’s the Russian Evidence?”, and the Democrats have been trying to ignore the slipping vote share in favor of just removing a sitting president. A co-sponsor of the bill, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), said: “They’re not focused on things like the Clinton Foundation functionally selling access to the State Department; they’re not worried about selling uranium to the Russians; they’re not worried about unmasking.” And he’s right. The Dems are pointing fingers and looking in every direction except back at themselves. They will not be taken seriously as a party of government until they address the deep-seated issues of cronyism and ethical “faux pas” that have haunted them these last 9 years. On the Republican side, there is a passion to get to the truth (or at