Gregg Jarrett: Bill ‘demolished’ the line of impropriety while Hillary put a ‘for sale sign’ on Sec of State

Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett thinks the FBI re-opening the investigation into Hillary Clinton is a “good” thing but believes there should be more.

“It’s good that there is an FBI investigation and there should also be a grand jury to look at it,” Jarret told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday.


The former trial attorney weighed in on reports of new scrutiny of the Clinton Foundation and the sudden drop in donations which sparked speculation of ‘pay to play’ activities while Clinton served as secretary of state. Republicans on the House Oversight Committee examined the accusations in a hearing Thursday, in the wake of evidence coming to light from people involving the FBI, the Clinton Foundation and the sale of Uranium One.

“The evidence is there,” Jarrett said of Clinton and the investigation.

The author of “The Russia Hoax: The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump,” slammed the failed presidential nominee and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

“There’s an internal audit by her foundation talking about how there was quid-pro-quo benefits, the Doug Band e-mails which demonstrate that Bill Clinton didn’t just cross the line of impropriety — he demolished it,” Jarrett said, “using the foundation an his own personal piggy bank as his wife put a ‘for sale’ sign on the door of her office as secretary of state.”

Investigative journalist Sara Carter told Hannity that whistle-blowers revealed the FBI is investigating the Clinton Foundation.

“They basically admitted that the FBI is actually investigating the Clinton Foundation, and it’s been ongoing,” Carter said. “It’s huge.”

Frieda Powers


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