It’s important to remember, just because Donald Trump finally defeated Hillary Clinton and effectively ended her political career, her past criminality hasn’t changed in any way, shape, or form.

Her private email scandal, mishandling of classified material, and pay-to-play schemed through the Clinton Foundation still happened, and she should be dealt with accordingly.

Thankfully, Congressman Jason Chaffetz agrees, vowing to continue his probe into the former presidential candidate’s actions!

Via Fox News Insider:

Hillary Clinton may have lost the 2016 election, but she will still face investigations into her use of a private email server and an alleged “pay-to-play” scam at the Clinton Foundation, according to Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).

“This is the largest breach of security, perhaps, in the history of the State Department,” Chaffetz said of Clinton’s alleged mishandling of state secrets.

He added that the committee is still looking into dozens of people in Clinton’s inner circle.

“We have perjury issues that we still want the Department of Justice to look at,” he explained.

He noted that the questions about a pay-to-play scandal involving the Clinton Foundation and Clinton’s State Department is a completely separate – and also ongoing – investigation.

When asked about his dogged pursuit of the truth behind Clinton’s actions, Chaffetz declared that it was his obligation and duty to continue the investigations.

“It’s this huge, massive mess that has to be cleaned up. So we would be remiss if we just dismissed it and moved on,” Chaffetz claimed. “We have a lot of things that we have to fix, so it never ever happens again.”

Meanwhile, Donald Trump hasn’t given up on Clinton, either.

Trump told 60 Minutes that he’s “going to think about it” when asked about appointing a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton, but added “I don’t want to hurt” her.

Comment: Do you think it’s a good thing that Congress will continue investigating Clinton, or should they just drop it at this point? Share your thoughts below.