Judge Nap: There Are So Many ‘Unanswered Questions’ Surrounding Clinton Probe So Comey Should Be Investigated

‘I am so disappointed in Comey; he has let the country down for partisan purposes and that’s why I call him’

EXCERPT:

NAPOLITANO: "I do think he should be investigated either by the Congress or a by special prosecutor appointed by whoever the next attorney general will be presumably Senator Jeff Sessions when he’s confirmed and sworn in as attorney general."
SHAWN: "What did -- what did he do wrong in your view?"
NAPOLITANO: "Well, there were so many questions that are left unanswered by his behavior. How -- and this investigate will bring in the Department of Justice as well as the FBI for the following reasons. How did the Phoenix airport tarmac meeting between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton come about? Who knew about it ahead of time. How is that the FBI knew about is two hours before, because they kept the press away, when Clinton and Lynch each said it was put together the last minute? What was discussed and what was agreed there? Why was no grand jury impaneled in the investigation of Mrs. Clinton? Why were no subpoenas issued or search warrants executed? Why did the -- the Justice Department give promises not to prosecute Mrs. Clinton’s inner circle? There are so many unanswered questions." 

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