FBI: No public interest in Hillary case

August 30, 2017 |

The FBI has rejected multiple FOIA requests for information on Hillary Clinton’s notorious unsecure email server, claiming that it falls under the category of things they don’t have to release because of – brace yourself - a “lack of public interest.” The attorney seeking the records told the Washington Times, “I’m just stunned. This is exactly what I would have expected had Mrs. Clinton won the election, but she didn’t. It looks like the Obama administration is still running the FBI. How can a story receive national news coverage and not be a matter of public interest? If this is the new standard, then there’s no such thing as a public interest exception.”

If anyone at the FBI is reading this, I for one am keenly interested in this subject. I bet there are at least a hundred million or so more Americans who are also very interested. And equally interesting is that statement that the FBI under Trump is acting just as secretive, duplicitous and partisan as it was under Obama. This should serve as a wake-up call to President Trump that just cutting off the head didn’t kill the snake. Sounds like a lot more chopping will be necessary to restore integrity to the agency.


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  • Ron Carmony

    08/31/2017 10:50 AM

    I beg to differ. The only people who are NOT interested are the ones who are complicit and may face jail time. The rest of the country is very interested in how this lying shrew jeopardized national security, then destroyed as much evidence as she could. The fact that she isn't sitting in a prison cell is a travesty.

  • michael murphy

    08/30/2017 08:44 PM

    Maybe the FBI should change to FaceBook Investigation and then their lame logic would at least be expected.

  • Teresa Gilliam

    08/30/2017 07:12 PM

    Thank you, Mr. Huckabee! I am one of the at least a hundred million or so more Americans who are also very keenly interested! Is there a petition we can sign?

  • Janet Burton

    08/30/2017 06:43 PM

    I too would like to know what was on the servers, especially the ones that were wiped.

  • Polly Ledgerwood

    08/30/2017 06:01 PM

    I agree..the rotten apples must be removed or they will cause everything to rot also!! You can't bake a safe to eat pie with a rotten apple mixed in!!