NBC Host Unleashes the FURY After Hillary Escapes Indictment

Shortly after FBI Director James Comey announced that he was going to recommend that Hillary not be indicted, NBC host Andrea Mitchell, who happens to be a liberal, went OFF.

“(Hillary) has been saying for more than a year now that she never sent or received anything that was classified at the time, and his (FBI Director James Comey’s) analysis completely disputes that,” Mitchell said, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

Come is nothing near a right wing pundit. He’s someone the entire United States is supposed to trust. This is regardless of political belief, this is someone who should be trusted. Someone so prominent calling Hillary a liar has to sting.

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Mitchell continued to speak on Hillary’s recklessness. About how she passed classified information back and forth to people in the State Department. She even used her device overseas.

She did admit that while this is not as bad as being prosecuted, it is still very damaging to her politically. While she was not prosecuted, it did reveal a ton of information about about her carelessness and disdain for the truth.

To hear Andrea Mitchell’s response for yourself, check out the video:

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