WASHINGTON—Republicans moved Wednesday to keep alive a controversy they hope will work to their advantage in the presidential campaign a day after FBI Director James Comey accused Hillary Clinton of being “extremely careless” with national secrets.
They called Mr. Comey to testify Thursday before a House panel about his probe of the presumptive Democratic nominee’s email practices. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urged the FBI to release the full transcript of its questioning of Mrs. Clinton.
Hilary Clinton, who could be the next US president, has been caught running a parallel, unaccountable government department using her private email server on behalf of special interests.
FBI director James Comey and Attorney General Loreta Lynch should be indited for perversion of the course of justice, improper influence and conflicts of interest for letting Clinton off the hook. The House needs to deal not just with the corruption of Clinton, but the manifest corruption of the justice officials who are refusing to follow the standard rules of procedure and charge her for a proven offense.