James Comey may have let Hillary Clinton off the hook over her email server this week, but there is one other problem that hangs over Clinton's head:
Did she commit perjury before Congress?
If she did, Comey was informed by Jason Chafetz (R-UT) that he will be getting a referral from Congress tout suite.
Update: According to The Hill, that referral is expected to be issued next week. In the meantime, committee members are reviewing Clinton's testimony.
So did Hillary commit perjury in her testimony before Congress? Trey Gowdy (R-SC) set out the groundwork in his questioning of Comey.
It appears that the FBI's own investigation-according to Comey's testimony- has shown that several answers Clinton gave to Congress were not true.
So now the FBI will have to investigate Clinton's testimony before Congress and compare it to the facts they have already uncovered. Looks like a promising case of perjury against Hillary, right?
Don't get too excited, Cub fans. If the DOJ and Comey can come up with a theory that lets Hillary off the hook on the emails, they can surely do the same over any perjury charges. I expect they will do just that-under direction from the corrupt DOJ and the corrupt White House.
But I say put them on the spot anyway. Let the American people see the double standard of justice one more time.