If Hillary Clinton wins the election Tuesday, a prominent Republican member of the House Judiciary Committee says there will be an immediate move to impeach her before she can even be sworn into office Jan. 20. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, told WND he has spent the last week ensuring Congress has secured all of the hundreds of thousands of emails examined by the FBI over the last 10 days and has confidence the House could impeach her before she assumes office. “Don’t think that Hillary Clinton has been declared innocent on the email scandal just yet,” King warned. “This is not over yet.” King, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, noted the only alternative to a possible impeachment of a president-elect Clinton would be if a groundswell of American voters rises up to elect Donald Trump. “With President Trump in the White House, we could appoint within the Justice Department and the FBI officials who would do their duty to investigate Secretary Clinton’s email scandal with a resolve to get to the truth, even if President Obama should pardon Clinton before leaving office,” King insisted. This is an interesting development before the election, because should Hillary Clinton win she can't pardon herself due to an impeachment from the House if one were to pass. Seems like plans to oust Hillary should she win the election are already in place for the "just in case" scenario, but of course don't give your hopes up if Hillary becomes president and nothing happens with this. Honestly I don't even think this will need to happen because if you look at Trump and Hillary rallies alone, it just looks like this election could be a blow out for Donald Trump tomorrow, and I wouldn't be surprised if Donald Trump goes over 300 electoral votes. Last night Hillary Clinton was called a danger by mainline progressives last night, and today the Hillary campaigned even cancelled her celebratory fireworks show in New York City...So as of now hours before the election nothing is looking good for Hillary Clinton.