BREAKING: Inspector General To Declare Obam.a’s Justice Department BROKE THE LAW In Hillary Probe

A new bombshell report strongly implies Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz will declare former President Barack Obama's FBI and DOJ officials broke the law during their investigation of Hillary Clinton's email server.


Perry’s report comes one day after the The Wall Street Journal reported something very similar, saying sources have confirmed that the looming IG report will be “explosive” and very damaging to DOJ and FBI officials who oversaw the investigation into Clinton’s illegal use of a private email server.

Here’s what WSJ reported:

“Those invited to review the report were told they would have to sign nondisclosure agreements in order to read it, people familiar with the matter said. They are expected to have a few days to craft a response to any criticism in the report, which will then be incorporated in the final version to be released in coming weeks.”

While we do not know which former Obama officials will be exposed in the report, recently released information may offer major clues.


Multiple outlets have speculated that fired FBI Director James Comey and fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe are not only big names in the looming IG report, they reportedly played a big roll in allowing Clinton to skirt charges.

With Comey leading the FBI and McCabe as the No. 2 in charge, the bureau never put Clinton under oath, recorded their interviews with her, made her sign sworn affidavits, or anything else that is required when interviewing a subject in a criminal case.

Comey admitted in July 2016 that Clinton sent and received dozens of emails with classified information on her private email server, which is a felony.

We also know she deleted thousands of emails from her server after Congress subpoenaed her to turn them over — that is also a felony.

Horowitz’s report is expected to be released toward the end of the month, and it is rumored to explicitly state that top Obama officials broke the law during their investigation of Clinton’s emails.

This could be the biggest bombshell of the year and result in criminal charges.