In an exclusive interview back in February, best-selling author Ann Coulter told Breitbart News that the Obama administration would not indict Hillary Clinton over the national security scandal involving her use of an insecure private server for her emails while Secretary of State.
Breitbart News interviewed Coulter at a Donald Trump rally held in Milford, New Hampshire on February 2.
“No, there’s not going to be an indictment,” Coulter told Breitbart News at the time.
“Not going to happen, over,” the conservative pundit added.
“I haven’t been paying attention to her particular law breaking but I know Democrats,” Coulter said.
“Democrats do not indict Democrats,” she added.
“Maybe these will be famous last words, but it wasn’t that long ago that Senator Joe Lieberman was on the Senate floor denouncing Bill Clinton for more astonishing and open felonies than we’re talking about with Hillary and–whoa!—in the end, you couldn’t even get one United States Senator to vote to remove Bill Clinton after an impeachment,” Coulter noted at the Trump rally in New Hampshire five months ago.
On Tuesday, FBI Director James Comey said that upon the completion of that agency’s investigation of Clinton’s use of unsecure private servers for her emails during her tenure as Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013 he would be recommending that the Department of Justice not initiate criminal prosecution of her.
“No reasonable prosecutor would bring this case,” Comey said
Just moments earlier, Comey declared that Clinton and her staff while she served as Secretary of State had been “extremely careless” in setting up an unsecure private email server on which 110 emails had classified information.
Comey also stated it is “possible hostile actors gained access” to Clinton’s emails.
Comey, a Republican, was appointed as the Director of the FBI in 2013.
The matter now goes to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, a Democrat, who was nominated by President Obama in 2014 and confirmed by the Senate in a 56-43 vote in March 2015.
Lynch’s private meeting last week with former President Bill Clinton in her Department of Justice airplane on the tarmac in Phoenix generated enormous controversy and gave at the very least the public appearance of impropriety.
Both Lynch and former President Clinton denied that their private conversation touched on any matters relating to the possible criminal case against the former president’s wife.