Attorney General Announces Clinton Will Not Be Charged In Email Case, Deflating Months Of Right-Wing Media Smears

Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that she will follow FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation not to charge Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her use of a private email server while secretary of state. Her decision lays to rest months of baseless speculation, smears, and attacks on Clinton.

The Associated Press reported Lynch announced that the Department of Justice would not bring charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of private email servers while serving as secretary of state. The announcement followed FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation that no charges be made against Clinton:

Lynch’s announcement dismantled right-wing media’s months-long crusade of overselling the certainty of Clinton’s indictment pushing  and conspiracy theories, while simultaneously ignoring legal experts and officials who found that Clinton did not violate federal law.