Monday, December 4, 2017

REPORT OF INSPECTOR GENERAL ON DOJ/FBI ABOUT TO DROP

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 James Comey said he found no intent. Just before the election he reopened the case, and closed it again. Wikileaks file in Ebook Reader format. House and Senate Committee investigations, Clinton Foundation/Uranium One and Special Counsel blogs. 

UPDATE: Although very much in the weeds, we don't want to withhold the observations and analysis of tweep Imperator Rex who is of the opinion that the report of the Inspector General on the DoJ and the FBI announced in January (link) is about to drop.





Nov. 30, 2017


INSPECTOR GENERAL: CLINTON ENDANGERED NATL SECURITY


During an interview with Fox News Chief Intelligence Correspondent Catherine Herridge broadcast on Monday’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” former Intelligence Community Inspector General under President Obama Charles McCullough III accused the Hillary Clinton campaign of engaging in an effort to mislead the public about her emails and said the campaign threatened to have him fired for his work in the email probe. McCullough said that the 22 top secret emails on Clinton’s server contained information that would have harmed national security and “absolutely” endangered lives, sources, methods, and operations had it been released. McCullough also claimed he was told by “senior officials” to keep Director of National Intelligence James Clapper out of the loop after he talked with Clapper about the emails. (More)





Nov. 17, 2017


FBI CLINTON EMAIL PROBE HAD "SPECIAL STATUS"


Shortly before last year’s election, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe wrote an email on his official government account stating that the Hillary Clinton email probe had been given “special” status, according to documents released Wednesday. McCabe’s Oct. 23, 2016, email to press officials in the FBI said the probe was under the control of a small group of high-ranking people at the FBI’s headquarters in Washington. (...) FBI officials on Wednesday night refused to answer what McCabe meant by calling the Clinton email probe a “special” or why it was restricted to a small team at headquarters when it began. (More)






Nov. 14, 2017


(LIVE STREAM) AG SESSIONS TESTIFIES TO HOUSE CTEE




Live stream: AG Jeff Sessions testifies to the House Judiciary Committee.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee today. Sessions' hearing will give the committee a chance to question him about standard matters such as immigration, but also about a second special counsel how the FBI handled the investigation into Hillary's emails, the Steele dossier, James Comey, and any connections to Russia.




Oct. 26, 2017

(DOCS) COMEY EXONERATED HILLARY PRIOR INVESTIGATION




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