Friday, May 5, 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. On May 9 the new Deputy AG Rosenstein called for the resignation of FBI director Comey. Pres. Trump obliged. #EmailsGate

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.

May 3, 2017


May 3, 2017 Live Stream:  FBI director James B. Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

UPDATE: FBI Director James Comey will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday in a public hearing on FBI oversight, where he will likely face tough questions about his handling of the investigations into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and Russia's interference in the 2016 election. The hearing is routine and is not expected to revolve around the bureau's probe into possible collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia. Democrats, however, will likely ask Comey why he did not disclose that investigation sooner and chose instead to publicly revisit the Clinton email investigation 11 days before the election. Republicans, meanwhile, are expected to focus on leaks from the intelligence community to the press about the FBI's probe into Trump's Russia ties. Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the committee, will likely home in on the FBI's relationship with former British spy Christopher Steele, the author of an explosive but unverified dossier detailing the Trump campaign's ties to Russia. Grassley has sent two letters to Comey asking him to clarify reports that the bureau offered to pay Steele just before the election to continue investigating Trump's ties to Russia. (More)

Nov. 7, 2016


In part duplicates, maybe. But another pointer how the FBI was able to go through the stack of 650,000 emails quite quickly is in Comey's letter, where he speaks of emails from and to Hillary Clinton. These were much less than 650,000. With less than 24 hours before the election we should not dwell on the matter and concentrate of new #PodestaEmails32 and #DNCLeak2 (mind the spelling in these hashtags).

Historical archive