FBI agreed to DESTROY laptops used to delete Hillary Clinton emails!

Not only did top Clinton aides get immunity from prosecution, but the FBI also agreed to destroy the laptops they used to sort and delete Hillary emails!

WASHINGTON EXAMINER – House Republicans are demanding to know why Justice Department officials entered into a pair of “side agreement” with Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson — two of Hillary Clinton’s top former aides who went on to become her personal attorneys during the FBI’s email investigation — that allowed law enforcement agents to destroy their laptops after searching their hard drives for evidence.

In a letter from House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte to Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday, Goodlatte questioned why the destruction of the laptops used to sort Clinton’s emails was included in immunity deals that already protected Mills and Samuelson from prosecution based on the records recovered from their computers.

“Like many things about this case, these new materials raise more questions than answers,” Goodlatte wrote of the “side agreements,” which lawmakers were allowed to read even though they have not yet been released in full to members of Congress.

The House Oversight Committee exposed publicly the immunity agreements provided to Mills and Samuelson last month. Critics quickly questioned why the two Clinton aides were permitted to accompany Clinton to her early July interview with the FBI if they had already become immunized witnesses in the case. The FBI said that because it was a voluntary interview, investigators had no control over who Clinton brought with her.

It’s starting to look as if the FBI was in on this whole thing. I mean, why would else would they destroy key pieces of evidence, other than to protect Hillary from future prosecution.

This whole thing is disgusting. We might as well go back to nobles versus peasants because the real message here is that Hillary is too big and too powerful to jail. But the rest of us are fair game.

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