Department of Justice employees have donated $75,000 to Hillary Clinton
Liberals like to claim that the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to conduct ALL of her State Department business is nothing but a witch hunt and in order to justify this claim they point to the fact that no smoking gun has come out despite a two year investigation.
Of course in order to make this claim the left has to forget two little inconvenient truths: first; the State Department has been stonewalling the investigation and second; the FBI, not just Republican congressmen, is conducting a criminal investigation.
And now, according to this story, there is a third possible hindrance to charges possibly being brought against the former Secretary of State and that is the fact that Injustice Department employees have donated almost $75,000 to the Clinton campaign.
Here is more:
Hillary Clinton has received nearly $75,000 in political contributions from employees at the Department of Justice, the agency that would decide whether or not to act if the FBI recommended charges against Clinton or her aides following its investigation into her private email server.
Justice Department employees have given Clinton far more money than her rivals, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and Donald Trump, according to a review of federal campaign contributions for the 2016 presidential cycle.
Clinton collected $73,437 from individuals who listed the “Department of Justice” as their employer. Twelve of the 228 contributions were for $2,700, the maximum individual amount allowed by law.
The fundraising haul marks a dramatic increase over Clinton’s unsuccessful presidential run in 2008, when she took in 23 contributions totaling $15,930 from employees at the agency, according to data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics.
Trump, by comparison, has received little help from Justice Department employees, recording just two contributions for a total of $381.
Sanders has taken 51 donations totaling $8,900 from Justice Department employees.
The Department of Injustice has a vested interest in making sure no charges are ever brought against the former Secretary of State but of course that would never cloud their decision making process, right? Move along, nothing to see here…
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