There aren’t that many of them, but there are a very few politicians who actually believe the values they profess. Congressman Dennis Kucinich is one of them.
Congressman Kucinich (D-OH):
“I think the issues that Catherine Herridge has raised and that Judge Napolitano has raised are compelling. If you look at Andrew McCarthy’s piece in the National Review, he made it clear that this is a very political process, having very little to do with the scales of justice, and having everything to do with the 2016 presidential election. The Justice Department and the FBI are inevitably a part of the executive branch of government, and the executive branch of government made an early determination that no matter what came up, that there was no way that Hillary Clinton was going to have to be accountable under law to — for anything dealing with the mishandling of classified information.”
“I will say, it is distressing to see the politicization of the justice system, and the attempt by people in the State Department to try to shade the classified document process in favor of an outcome during the period in which these records were being subpoenaed.”