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The feud between the FBI and the Department of Justice over whether or not to proceed with charges against Hillary Clinton in the ongoing email investigation just took an unexpected turn.
On Friday, US Senator Chuck Grassley who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, and who has pushed for additional scrutiny of Clinton’s email use during her tenure as secretary of state, dropped a dramatic "hint" during a breakfast meeting with the Des Moines A.M. Rotary club when he suggested that the FBI "might leak", hypothetically-speaking of course, reports of its investigation into presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state.
originally posted by: LDragonFire
a reply to: UnBreakable
So the FBI will break the law to prove Hilary broke the law?
Must not be anything of value in her emails if there gonna release them.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
So the good senator "heard" something. The good senator "assumes" the FBI "might leak" information. The FBI "could" leak information.
The FBI "could" also reincarnate Hoover. They "might" do it. I "assume" they can, because I "heard" they can.
Some pretty solid, bias free journalism there.
originally posted by: Salander
a reply to: LDragonFire
The FBI breaks the law anytime it damn well pleases, as is the case with most other agencies and bureaucracies. They've done it many times, entrapping individuals. Mostly including young blacks and Hispanics. Government agents constantly scamming innocent civilians into law breaking, or apparent law breaking.
Sibel Edmonds made it real clear how corrupt the FBI still is after all these years. She worked there for an incredible few months. "Classified Woman" is the name. It was amazing at how thorough the corruption is.
And the whistleblowers all go to jail.
originally posted by: xuenchen
And don't forget about the ones they can't release because of ultra top secret info contained.