Thursday, August 10, 2017


The FBI investigated Hillary Clinton's destruction of 33,000 emails related to the Benghazi scandal. After Bill Clinton met the Attorney General on her private jet, the FBI director said he found no intent. Just before the election the FBI director reopened the case, and closed it again. Wikileaks file in Ebook Reader format

Aug. 8, 2017 Ed Klein - Confidential: A Plea Bargain for Hillary?

UPDATE:  BREAKING REPORT: DOJ Believes there are Ample Grounds for Prosecuting Hillary. Newsmax is reporting that the DOJ believes there are ample grounds to prosecute Hillary. They are also considering offering Hillary a Plea Bargain in exchange for confessing multiple crimes. If they know she is guilty of multiple crimes, why let her off the hook like this? Seems there are still one set of rules for the Clintons, another for everyone else. (Source)

Aug. 9, 2017


In an exclusive telephone interview with, noted Clinton author Ed Klein affirmed the reliability of his source for the story he published yesterday that the Justice Dept. has reopened the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information on her private email system while she was secretary of state, and is considering offering her a plea bargain if she were willing to plead guilty. Klein’s reporting suggests President Trump’s harsh criticism of Attorney General Sessions may have prompted the Justice Department not only to begin an investigation of criminal leaks, but also to reopen an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. “My source is the golden standard of sources,” Klein insisted. “The lawyer who is my source is closer to the Clintons than anybody.” asked Klein if he considered it likely Hillary Clinton would accept a Justice Department plea bargain, if one were offered. “In my view and in the view of my source, it is highly unlikely – almost zero – that Hillary Clinton being Hillary Clinton will accept – if it were offered, and it has not yet been offered – a plea bargain,” Klein answered. (More)

May 5, 2017


While testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey revealed that Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, forwarded thousands of emails, including classified information, to her husband, Anthony Weiner. On MSNBC on Thursday morning, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) called for a special prosecutor to investigate if Abedin committed a crime by forwarding the classified material. “If there was classified information and it was improperly passed to a person unauthorized to receive it, yes, naturally it’s a crime,” Blumenthal said. “Without knowing what the intentions were and so forth, there is potentially a prosecutable crime.” (More)

May 4, 2017


The Comey testimony before the Senate Judicial Committee hearing caused some jaw dropping and utter disbelief. How can such a situation occur in a developed country that prides itself on the rule of law. It illustrates how the Obama regime was able to politicize the Justice Dept., the FBI and other branches of Government. Comey's troubles all stem from his June 5, 2016 statement in which he recitated the list of Clinton's criminal transgressions and then stopped to say, but...we can't establish intent. Translation: she was basically too incompetent to have intended anything. Then, after AG Loretta Lynch was caught talking on a plane with Bill Clinton, Comey's hand was forced for the first time. He was forced a second time into the open when thousands and thousands of Hillary emails containing classified information was found on Carlos Danger's laptop. Huma forwarded emails to him to print out for Hillary. One wonders, was there no secure printer available at the State Department? If you accept that Comey was solely responsible for fouling up Hillary's chances in the election, these must be reduced to the root, her cleansing of 33,000 emails and her illicit server in the basement of a mum and pop shop.

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