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Hillary Clinton Staffer Pushed to Accept Immunity to Testify on Private Server

Two Senate committee chairmen authored a letter to a former Hillary Clinton aide pushing him to accept limited immunity in order to testify before Congress on the set-up of the former secretary of state’s private server.

First reported by McClatchy, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Ron Johnson (R., Wis.), who chairs the Senate Homeland Security Committee, sent the letter to ex-State Department computer staffer Brian Pagliano and his lawyer Friday emphasizing the possibility of an “immunity order.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is not up to Brian Pagliano. The Senators can issue a grant of immunity and subpoena Brian back for more questions. Brian cannot refuse, and under immunity cannot invoke the Fifth Amendment. If he refuses to answer questions he faces contempt of Congress and other legal penalties (although we know the current DOJ won't bring charges). In any event, a refusal to testify even with immunity only reinforces the public perception that there is a cover-up.

Brian, stay out of small planes and suburban DC parks!

Trust me on this!

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