by Joshua Caplan, The Gateway Pundit:
The House Judiciary Committee grilled FBI Director Christopher Wray Thursday morning. In response to Rep. Darrell Issa’s question if whether or not political bias impacted the outcome of Hillary Clinton’s email probe, Wray replied the FBI is prepared to “unring that bell,” if the Inspector General report suggests it to. Read Wray’s complete answer below.
WRAY: “I think of the Inspector General’s investigation as de novo in one sense, in which that it’s objective, arms length, no skin in the game, if you will. But you’re right, the Inspector General is not second guessing prosecutorial decisions and things like that. However, the Inspector General is looking at the very important question of whether or not improper political considerations factored into the decision making. If he were to conclude that’s what happened, then I think at that point were we’re in a situation were we have to assess what else might need to be done to unring that bell.”
— TrumpSoldier (@DaveNYviii) December 7, 2017
What did Wray mean? Congressman Andy Biggs asked the FBI director to expand on his answer. Wray explained that depending on the Inspector General’s findings, the FBI would be prepared to reopen an investigation (the Clinton email probe in this case), as long as a statue of limitation issue does not arise.
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