posted on Oct, 30 2016 @ 11:02 PM
When Comey made his statements to the congress regarding the email probe, he outlined many instances where she had broken the law. According to Comey
he did not have sufficient evidence to prove intent, however Clintons reaction was to erase emails from the server, to destroy electronic devices, to
say "I don't recall" 39 times under questioning and also to lie many times - all of this is evidence of intent. Clearly it is Trey Gowdy, not Loretta
Lynch who should be Attorney General of the United States - the following video is a short, sharp look at Gowdy's interaction with Comey.
Youtube: Gowdy vs Comey
Despite clear evidence of both breaches of the law and also abundant evidence of intent, Comey did not lay charges - and this may indicate that Comey
has been compromised, perhaps by blackmail or other threats.
Mc. Cabe, the officer later placed in charge of the investigation into the emails is clearly compromised, because his wife received a donation from
the Clinton's (indirectly, via Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe a Clinton Foundation board member) of around $675,000. Wikileaks information clearly
reveals a connection between Hillary and the Justice Dept, and The Justice Dept. ruled that Mc. Cabe is NOT compromised - and that the $675,000 gift
to his wife does NOT create a conflict of interest. That is an extremely lax ruling, and it seems to indicate collusion.
"agents were given a much starker instruction on the case: “Stand down.” When agents questioned why they weren’t allowed to take more
aggressive steps, they said they were told the order had come from the deputy director—Mr. McCabe."
Some FBI agents were dissatisfied with that answer [not to prosecute], and asked for permission to make a similar request to federal prosecutors in
Manhattan, according to people familiar with the matter. Mr. McCabe, these people said, told them no and added that they could not “go
The story revolves around the connection between the emails and the use of the Clinton Foundation as an institution into which foreign govts could
send bribes to the Clintons. While the connection between Weiners laptop and incriminating emails is being dismissed and downplayed in the MSM, the
FBI has released some statements that contradict that narrative.
"In their initial review of the laptop, the metadata showed many messages, apparently in the thousands, that were either sent to or from the
private email server at Mrs. Clinton’s home that had been the focus of so much investigative effort for the FBI."
However, the investigation into the Clinton Foundation had begun separately within the FBI, but the investigation had run into problems .. of a top
"Early this year, four FBI field offices—New York, Los Angeles, Washington and Little Rock, Ark.—were collecting information about the Clinton
Foundation to see if there was evidence of financial crimes or influence-peddling"
"In February, FBI officials made a presentation to the Justice Department, according to these people. By all accounts, the meeting didn’t go
Some said that is because the FBI didn’t present compelling evidence .. Others said that from the start, the Justice Department officials were
stern, icy and dismissive of the case."
“That was one of the weirdest meetings I’ve ever been to,” one participant told others afterward"
edit on 30-10-2016 by Amagnon
because: (no reason given)