A tense House meeting occurred Tuesday to discuss the handling of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email case. Most of the representatives present came to the same conclusion: Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s lack of transparency had broken the trust of the general pubic.
Rep. Trey Gowdy was particularly harsh when it was his turn to speak, criticizing a “two-tiered justice system” that holds different standards for different individuals.
“This dual track, [this] different set of rules for certain people and for others, it frankly should not matter whether you are running for president or running late to a kid’s ball game — the same rules should apply to everyone,” he said.
Gowdy referred to the image of Lady Justice and what it represents. Blindfolded with a pair of scales, she is not supposed to see race, social economic status, gender or fame of the person on trial. However, to the public’s perception it seemed as if Clinton was given special treatment and Lady Justice was no longer “blindfolded.”
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