Former U.S. attorney says a grand jury has been convened to investigate Hillary Clinton.
Former attorney Joseph E. diGenova, who worked in the District of Columbia for four years, said Wednesday that a grand jury may have been convened to not only investigate the Hillary Clinton email scandal, but also evidence of political corruption involving the Clinton Foundation.
“The Bureau has between 100 and 150 agents assigned to the case. They would not have that many people assigned to a classified information case,” diGenova revealed to The Daily Caller.
“Based on reports that agents are asking questions about the foundation, it seems to me that it is the subject of a second prong of the investigation.”
DiGenova may have been referring to documents suggesting that Clinton Foundation donations were influencing policy positions, in other words, crony capitalism on steroids.
Among many incriminating emails were several correspondences between the Foundation and the State Department. Top Hillary “aide” Huma Abedin, who some suspect is secretly involved in an affair with the former secretary of state, worked for both organizations. diGenova concluded that a grand jury may have been convened to investigate Clinton further following new information extracted from her private server.
“It is inconceivable to me that they could have done that without subpoenaing documents from third parties,” he said. “You cannot declare immunity except in the grand jury context if it was statutory immunity.”
A Clinton aide recently received an “immunity” deal from the Justice Department which indicates that officials could be moving towards an indictment.
“My long experience as the United States Attorney and an independent counsel makes me conclude as a matter of professional judgement that a grand jury exists,” diGenova revealed.
“It is readily apparent to me that there is at least a grand jury impaneled for the purposes of issuing subpoenas.”
At last night’s Democratic debate, Hillary declared that an indictment was “not going to happen” and that she was “not even answering that question,” a sign that she might be legitimately worried about the criminal investigation.
She suggested that the email server didn’t break any laws and that she has fallen victim to excessive government secrecy. “I think that what we’ve got here is a case of over-classification,” she argued. Hillary, of course, blatantly lied on the debate stage, saying that her emails were “retroactively” classified despite the claim being completely false and Clinton herself being responsible for the classification of the material on her server.