DeLay’s “Friends” say FBI won’t Delay Hillary Indictment


Tom Delay knows a thing or two about indictments. The former congressman from Texas was indicted in 2002 for violating election law. The former Majority Whip was convicted nearly a decade later but the ruling was eventually overturned.

Appearing on NewsMax TV, Delay told the host “I have friends that are in the FBI and they tell me they are ready to indict.”

DeLay was referring to the ongoing scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s use of unsecure email servers for confidential and secret communications.

While Secretary of State, Clinton used her personal email server to allegedly avoid inquiries and disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.

In the event the FBI recommends indictment and Obama’s attorney general chooses not to indict, DeLay says that the FBI will go public with the information that they have.

An indictment of the presidential candidate and presumed democratic nominee will likely be the death knell for Hillary’s campaign.

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