The FBI is recommending that the Justice Department not bring charges against Hillary Clinton in her use of a private email server, with FBI Director James Comey saying “We cannot find a case that would support bringing charges.” Naturally, Republicans are not happy about this, we all know what it means when Republicans are not happy about something involving a Clinton: congressional hearings.
"People have been convicted for far less," Ryan said during an interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox News's "The Kelly File," saying that he thought FBI director James Comey "was going to recommend prosecution" based on the FBI director's opening remarks in a press conference Tuesday.
Yes, the FBI director said that Clinton’s case should not be prosecuted because she hadn’t done any of the things that led people to be prosecuted in the past, but Paul Ryan, expert in all things, says nope.
Ryan said the FBI's decision not to recommend charges "underscores the belief that the Clintons live above the law."
A belief, mind you, that Republicans have carefully constructed and nurtured over decades. “We keep investigating them and the investigations never come out the way we want! It must be because they live above the law, not because we keep investigating them on flimsy partisan pretexts!”
So, yes. The House Republicans plan to investigate the FBI investigation into Clinton’s email, because if it didn’t come out how they wanted, there must have been something wrong with it.