by Michael Farris, Chancellor of Patrick Henry College
The Justice Department got a search warrant to seize the computer containing the latest batch of emails from Hillary.
This means that a federal judge ruled that there was sufficient evidence to determine that there was probable cause to conclude that evidence on these computers was connected to illegal activity.
Let that sink in. The government cannot get a search warrant to investigate lapses in judgment. There must be illegal activity.
This is more than enough evidence to allow voters to conclude that Hillary’s emails have been handled in an illegal manner.
If there is enough evidence of illegal action by a presidential candidate to justify the issuance of a warrant then, in my view, that is enough to conclude she should not get anyone’s vote.
Michael Farris is the Chancellor of Patrick Henry College and Chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association. He was the founding president of each organization.
Farris is a constitutional appellate litigator who has served as lead counsel in the United States Supreme Court, eight federal circuit courts, and the appellate courts of 13 states.
He has been a leader on Capitol Hill for over 30 years and is widely known for his leadership on homeschooling, religious freedom, and the preservation of American sovereignty.
At Patrick Henry College, Farris teaches constitutional law, public international law, and coaches PHC’s Moot Court team which has won seven national championships.
A prolific author, Farris has been recognized with a number of awards including the Salvatori Prize for American Citizenship by the Heritage Foundation and as one of the “Top 100 Faces in Education for the 20th Century” by Education Week magazine.