It was disclosed on Wednesday that California Republican Duncan Hunter’s campaign offices were raided by the FBI in February. Hunter has explained and paid his campaign back for any indiscretions.

Yet, the Clintons are getting off scot free with the greatest and most corrupt abuse of power and violation of the public trust in American history.

DOJ should be looking very closely at what the FBI is doing. Partisan politics should have no place in the American justice system.

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The FBI raided the offices of Rep. Duncan Hunter’s former campaign treasurer in February as part of a Justice Department criminal investigation into the California congressman, reports the Washington Examiner.

George Washington University researcher Seamus Hughes first disclosed on Wednesday the existence of a search warrant that detailed the Feb. 23 raid of Election CFO, an Alexandria, Va.-based company that handled the California Republican’s campaign finances.

In the raid, federal law enforcement officials seized computers, tablets, iPads, bills and disbursement records, and a computer hard drive.

The search-and-seizure warrant was filed with the Eastern District of Virginia and signed by U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael Nachmanoff.

Hunter, a five-term congressman, faces allegations that he spent thousands of dollars in campaign funds on personal expenses, including family trips to Hawaii and Italy, private school tuition, groceries, and dental services.

He is a former Marine in Iraq and Afghanistan who serves on the House Armed Services Committee, and was reportedly considered for national security posts in the Trump administration.