Mr. Horowitz is referring the findings to a United States Attorney in Utah, John Huber, for necessary action. Mr. Huber was hand-picked by Attorney General Jeff Sessions because he is highly qualified but also not working within the Washington community. Both men are Democrats and were appointed initially by President Obama but both have an excellent reputation for being straight shooters, not yes men for the political flavor of the day.
Now we don't know the details other than the fact that some serious charges are likely to go forward, but we do know that names like Comey, McCabe, Yates, Rosenstein, Strzock, Page, Lynch, Ohr and many more have been subject to careful review by Horowitz and his investigators in recent months. I wouldn't be surprised if the holdovers in leadership roles that are still actively working in their old jobs try to slow walk the release of the report. Congress, however, is not in a good mood over this after having so many delays, so I would anticipate it picking up pace. After all, the public has a right to know since, in the end, the public foots the bill for everything the government does, both the good and the bad. Sadly, the government screws up most of the things that it touches.
These are strange times, my friends, and whatever has transpired from within government to try and remove a duly elected President with no evidence of any wrongdoing needs to be stamped out once and for all. And while this particular investigation is about Hillary and her emails and her exoneration, I don't believe this subject can be reviewed without plenty coming out on the "Russia thing" as well, for that, too, evolved from Hillary's defeat and her desire to get even. Oh, yes, she always wants to get even.
As the old saying goes, "Something is rotten in the State of Denmark," and I guess Denmark now occupies Washington, D.C. No wonder Trump wants to drain the swamp. I just hope he has enough bleaching cleanser to remove the scum that's left behind when this is done.