The FBI has come under fire for their conduct in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

Critics believe the Bureau let her walk because high ranking officials thought she was going to be the next President.

Now the FBI Director has come out and dropped a bombshell admission about the Clinton investigation.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte has been trying to uncover the truth about the FBI’s conduct in the Clinton email investigation as well as the probe into Russian meddling.

But the FBI has been slow walking his requests for documents.

FBI Director Christopher Wray admitted that the FBI has been slow to produce documents, but he revealed that he will double the number of agents working on document production.

The Daily Caller reports:

“The bureau has been “too slow” in providing Congress with documents related to investigations into Hillary Clinton’s email server and Russian meddling in the 2016 election, FBI Director Christopher Wray acknowledged on Tuesday.

To remedy the situation, Wray will double the number of FBI staff working on the document production, he said. The announcement comes in response to a subpoena House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte issued to the Justice Department March 22 for records related to the two investigations.

“Up until today, we have dedicated 27 FBI staff to review the records that are potentially responsive to Chairman Goodlatte’s requests. The actual number of documents responsive to this request is likely in the thousands. Regardless, I agree that the current pace of production is too slow,” Wray said in a statement.

“As the Director of the FBI, I am committed to ensuring that the Bureau is being transparent and responsive to legitimate congressional requests,” he added.

The 54 FBI staff will work two shifts per day — from 8 a.m. until midnight — “to expedite completion of this project,” President Donald Trump’s appointee, Wray, said.

Goodlatte’s subpoena sought documents related to the Justice Department inspector general’s investigation into the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email investigation as well as any FBI and DOJ documents related to applications for surveillance warrants against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.”

These documents are crucial to understanding how biased affected the FBI’s investigation into Russia collusion and Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

The Inspector General report into the Clinton probe produced the anti-Trump text messages sent by high ranking FBI officials as well as the firing of Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe for misleading investigators about press leaks he had engineered.

Once the FBI produces all the documents Chairman Goodlatte has requested, the American people will finally see the full picture of the FBI’s corruption and anti-Trump bias.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.