The FBI may have thrown in the towel on Hillary Clinton's email scandal, but the House of Representatives (at least the Republicans) have not. Here are the latest developments.
First, Bryan Pagliano, the man who set up Hillary's server and was granted immunity by the
DOJ (at this point, don't ask me why) has refused to appear before the House committee. Two employees of Platte River Networks, the company that stored Hillary's records in Denver, appeared but took the 5th!
In addition, House committee chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), frustrated with the FBI's failure to hand over the full investigative file on the case, personally served a subpoena to an FBI official who was testifying.
The drip continues. We await the release of more Clinton emails to Judicial Watch, and, of course, the possibility that Wikileaks, of all people, will dump what they have.