A conservative activist doesn't believe the latest revelation of apparent wrong-doing by the Obama justice department will bring any of those involved to justice.
According to recently released transcripts of his closed-door congressional testimony in June 2018, fired FBI agent Peter Strzok told the panel that the agency "did not have access" to Clinton Foundation emails on Hillary Clinton's private server because of a consent agreement "negotiated between the Department of Justice attorneys and counsel for Clinton."
According to the Washington Examiner, Strzok testified that "according to the [DOJ] attorneys, we lacked probable cause to get a search warrant for those servers and projected that either it would take a very long time and/or it would be impossible to get to the point where we could obtain probable cause to get a warrant."
Gary Bauer, president of American Values, offers his assessment: "This thing stunk to high heaven from the very beginning."
He continues: "It is absolutely clear that politics was played in the investigation – and sadly, because of the difficulty to reconstruct all of this, it is still very much in doubt that any of those people will be held accountable. In fact, a number of them are getting wealthy having written books about their experiences."
Any case against the former Obama officials would face a major obstacle, says Bauer. "It's very hard to make a legal case that will then be presented in a court room in either Washington, DC, or [in] New York where the juries are going to be overwhelmingly Democrat."
Bauer says it glaringly looks like there are two versions of justice: one for conservative Republicans who are in office, and another for liberal Democrats who are in office.
Judicial Watch backs up Bauer's depiction of two versions of justice. In an interview last week on Fox News, JW president Tom Fitton stated that it's clear from reading the testimony of former FBI lawyer (and Strzok mistress) Lisa Page that "key FBI officials [were] bending over backwards to protect Hillary Clinton by having this cramped view of the law."