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Hillary And Bill Clinton Are Traitors To The United States

it's over folks —

the tide has turned. Major corporate news outlets are currently (now Nov. 3rd 2016) reporting possibility of an upcoming Federal indictment (ongoing FBI investigation from multiple agents and stations already 100% confirmed) surrounding the eternally-corrupt Clintons and their Foundation, which has accepted 'pay for play' bribes at millions of dollars a pop, while Hillary held the office of U.S. Secretary of State.

the 'Russian conspiracy' angle spouted by Dems in the past 48 hours, also manifested by a spastic outburst (see below) on HRC's own Twitter, was their absolute last stand.

Trump is going to win. (Come back to this post in seven days to check it out)

I for one, have been so ****ing sick of hearing the name, "Clinton" my entire adult life.... and now THANK GODDESS they're both headed to orange-jumpsuitville. Not even impeachment will prevent it this time around.
1. The FBI's investigation of the Clinton Foundation is far more expansive than anybody has reported so far and has been going on for more than a year.

2. The laptops of Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson have not been destroyed, and agents are currently combing through them. The investigation has interviewed several people twice, and plans to interview some for a third time.

3. Agents have found emails believed to have originated on Hillary Clinton's secret server on Anthony Weiner's laptop. They say the emails are not duplicates and could potentially be classified in nature.

4. Sources within the FBI have said that an indictment is "likely" in the case of pay-for-play at the Clinton Foundation, "barring some obstruction in some way" from the Justice Department.

5. FBI sources say with 99% accuracy that Hillary Clinton's server has been hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies, and that information had been taken from it.



See Also —

WeinerGate Confirms — FBI In-Progress Criminal Investigation Of Clinton Foundation
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433624.shtml

Hillary Clinton Oversaw US Arms Deals To Clinton Foundation Donors
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/11/433635.shtml

Suddenly (8 Days Left In Campaign) HC Democrats Believe In Russian Conspiracies
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/11/433634.shtml

The Clintons, Loretta Lynch, Cheryl Mills, and James Comey 1990s—Present
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433629.shtml

The Smoking Gun: Cheryl Mills' March 2015 "We Need To Clean This Up" Email
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433628.shtml

September Surprise: EX CIA Operative Outs Bill & Hillary Clinton As Cocaine Traffickers
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/09/433210.shtml

Hillary Clinton and the Mena Ak. Cocaine/Guns/CIA/Contra Scandal
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2015/10/430811.shtml

The Mena Connection Exposing the CIA, Bush, Clinton, Iran Contra, And Drug Running
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7gW7QwevFI

1996 — Author Roger Morris 'Partners in Power: The Clintons and Their America'
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/05/432274.shtml

Clintons, Contras And Cocaine
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/11/433638.shtml

Meet The Clintons
 http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=5843
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8BiEnZel4Q

Requiem for the Suicided: Vince Foster
 http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=5901
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKQ59Cq_Mhc

Hillary Clinton And Secret Swiss Bank Accounts
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433272.shtml

WikiLeaks: Clinton Foundation Paid Women Less Than Men
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433492.shtml

Harvey Weinstein Urged Clinton Campaign to Silence Sanders's Black Lives Matter Message
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433305.shtml

Don't Vote For Hillary Clinton
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2016/10/433527.shtml

Secret Recordings Fueled Mutinous FBI Investigation Despite DOJ "Stand Down" 03.Nov.2016 00:51

Tyler Durden

Secret Recordings Fueled Mutinous FBI Investigation of Clintons Despite DOJ Orders To "Stand Down"

by Tyler Durden
Nov 2, 2016 10:35 PM

It's looking increasingly like there is an ongoing mutiny underway within the FBI as the Wall Street Journal is reporting that, according to "officials at multiple agencies", FBI agents felt they had adequate evidence, including "secret recordings of a suspect talking about the Clinton Foundation", to pursue an investigation of the Clinton Foundation but were repeatedly obstructed by officials at the Department of Justice.

Secret recordings of a suspect talking about the Clinton Foundation fueled an internal battle between FBI agents who wanted to pursue the case and corruption prosecutors who viewed the statements as worthless hearsay, people familiar with the matter said.

The roots of the dispute lie in a disagreement over the strength of the case, these people said, which broadly centered on whether Clinton Foundation contributors received favorable treatment from the State Department under Hillary Clinton.

Senior officials in the Justice Department and the FBI didn't think much of the evidence, while investigators believed they had promising leads their bosses wouldn't let them pursue, they said.

Despite clear signals from the Justice Department to abandon the Clinton Foundation inquiries, many FBI agents refused to stand down. Then, earlier this year in February 2016, the FBI presented initial evidence at a meeting with Leslie Caldwell, the head of the DOJ's criminal division, after which agents were delivered a clear message that "we're done here." But, as the WSJ points out, DOJ became increasing frustrated with FBI agents that were "disregarding or disobeying their instructions" which subsequently prompted an emphatic "stand down" message from the DOJ to "all the offices involved."

As 2015 came to a close, the FBI and Justice Department had a general understanding that neither side would take major action on Clinton Foundation matters without meeting and discussing it first. In February, a meeting was held in Washington among FBI officials, public-integrity prosecutors and Leslie Caldwell, the head of the Justice Department's criminal division. Prosecutors from the Eastern District of New York—Mr. Capers' office—didn't attend, these people said.

The public-integrity prosecutors weren't impressed with the FBI presentation, people familiar with the discussion said. "The message was, 'We're done here,' " a person familiar with the matter said.

Justice Department officials became increasingly frustrated that the agents seemed to be disregarding or disobeying their instructions.

Following the February meeting, officials at Justice Department headquarters sent a message to all the offices involved to "stand down,'' a person familiar with the matter said.

The FBI had secretly recorded conversations of a suspect in a public-corruption case talking about alleged deals the Clintons made, these people said. The agents listening to the recordings couldn't tell from the conversations if what the suspect was describing was accurate, but it was, they thought, worth checking out.

Despite the warnings, FBI agents continued to press forward leading to a tense August 12th call between a "senior DOJ official" and the FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe, which ended abruptly when McCabe bluntly asked "are you telling me that I need to shut down a validly predicated investigation?"

In subsequent conversations with the Justice Department, Mr. Capers told officials in Washington that the FBI agents on the case "won't let it go," these people said.

As a result of those complaints, these people said, a senior Justice Department official called the FBI deputy director, Mr. McCabe, on Aug. 12 to say the agents in New York seemed to be disregarding or disobeying their instructions, these people said. The conversation was a tense one, they said, and at one point Mr. McCabe asked, "Are you telling me that I need to shut down a validly predicated investigation?'' The senior Justice Department official replied: "Of course not."

With that, it seems that we're starting to get a little more insight into why the FBI didn't "follow protocol" by alerting the DOJ before sending their most recent letter to Congress announcing the re-opening of Hillary's email investigation.

Meanwhile, Fox News reported earlier this evening that "sources" claim to have an "avalanche of evidence" in their case against Hillary and that "barring obstruction" they would continue to push for an indictment. The next 5 days should be very interesting.


Obama in NC: "fate of the world" at stake unless you elect Clinton 03.Nov.2016 00:57

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"The fate of the republic rests on your shoulders," President Obama told supporters in the key battleground state of North Carolina.

"The fate of the world is teetering and you, North Carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the right direction/"


WSJ article (behind paywall) — FBI Feud in Clinton Foundation Probe 03.Nov.2016 01:08

Devlin Barrett and Christopher M. Matthews

Secret Recordings Fueled FBI Feud in Clinton Probe

Agents thought they had enough material to merit aggressively pursuing investigation into Clinton Foundation

By Devlin Barrett and
Christopher M. Matthews
Updated Nov. 2, 2016 10:04 p.m. ET

Secret recordings of a suspect talking about the Clinton Foundation fueled an internal battle between FBI agents who wanted to pursue the case and corruption prosecutors who viewed the statements as worthless hearsay, people familiar with the matter said.

Agents, using informants and recordings from unrelated corruption investigations, thought they had found enough material to merit aggressively pursuing the investigation into the foundation that started in summer 2015 based on claims made in a book by a conservative author called "Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich," these people said.

The account of the case and resulting dispute comes from interviews with officials at multiple agencies.

Starting in February and continuing today, investigators from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and public-corruption prosecutors became increasingly frustrated with each other, as often happens within and between departments. At the center of the tension stood the U.S. attorney for Brooklyn, Robert Capers, who some at the FBI came to view as exacerbating the problems by telling each side what it wanted to hear, these people said. Through a spokeswoman, Mr. Capers declined to comment.

The roots of the dispute lie in a disagreement over the strength of the case, these people said, which broadly centered on whether Clinton Foundation contributors received favorable treatment from the State Department under Hillary Clinton.

Senior officials in the Justice Department and the FBI didn't think much of the evidence, while investigators believed they had promising leads their bosses wouldn't let them pursue, they said.

These details on the probe are emerging amid the continuing furor surrounding FBI Director James Comey 's disclosure to Congress that new emails had emerged that could be relevant to a separate, previously closed FBI investigation of Mrs. Clinton's email arrangement while she was secretary of state.

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama took the unusual step of criticizing the FBI when asked about Mr. Comey's disclosure of the emails.

Amid the internal finger-pointing on the Clinton Foundation matter, some have blamed the FBI's No. 2 official, deputy director Andrew McCabe, claiming he sought to stop agents from pursuing the case this summer. His defenders deny that, and say it was the Justice Department that kept pushing back on the investigation.

At times, people on both sides of the dispute thought Mr. Capers agreed with them. Defenders of Mr. Capers said he was straightforward and always told people he thought the case wasn't strong.

Much of the skepticism toward the case came from how it started—with the publication of a book suggesting possible financial misconduct and self-dealing surrounding the Clinton charity. The author of that book, Peter Schweitzer —a former speechwriting consultant for President George W. Bush—was interviewed multiple times by FBI agents, people familiar with the matter said.

The Clinton campaign has long derided the book as a poorly researched collection of false claims and unsubstantiated assertions. The Clinton Foundation has denied any wrongdoing, saying it does immense good throughout the world.

Mr. Schweitzer said in an interview that the book was never meant to be a legal document, but set out to describe "patterns of financial transactions that circled around decisions Hillary Clinton was making as secretary of state."

As 2015 came to a close, the FBI and Justice Department had a general understanding that neither side would take major action on Clinton Foundation matters without meeting and discussing it first. In February, a meeting was held in Washington among FBI officials, public-integrity prosecutors and Leslie Caldwell, the head of the Justice Department's criminal division. Prosecutors from the Eastern District of New York—Mr. Capers' office—didn't attend, these people said.

The public-integrity prosecutors weren't impressed with the FBI presentation, people familiar with the discussion said. "The message was, 'We're done here,' " a person familiar with the matter said.

Justice Department officials became increasingly frustrated that the agents seemed to be disregarding or disobeying their instructions.

Following the February meeting, officials at Justice Department headquarters sent a message to all the offices involved to "stand down,'' a person familiar with the matter said.

Within the FBI, some felt they had moved well beyond the allegations made in the anti-Clinton book. At least two confidential informants from other public-corruption investigations had provided details about the Clinton Foundation to the FBI, these people said.

The FBI had secretly recorded conversations of a suspect in a public-corruption case talking about alleged deals the Clintons made, these people said. The agents listening to the recordings couldn't tell from the conversations if what the suspect was describing was accurate, but it was, they thought, worth checking out.

Prosecutors thought the talk was hearsay and a weak basis to warrant aggressive tactics, like presenting evidence to a grand jury, because the person who was secretly recorded wasn't inside the Clinton Foundation.

FBI investigators grew increasingly frustrated with resistance from the corruption prosecutors, and some executives at the bureau itself, to keep pursuing the case.

As prosecutors rebuffed their requests to proceed more overtly, those Justice Department officials became more annoyed that the investigators didn't seem to understand or care about the instructions issued by their own bosses and prosecutors to act discreetly.

In subsequent conversations with the Justice Department, Mr. Capers told officials in Washington that the FBI agents on the case "won't let it go," these people said.

As a result of those complaints, these people said, a senior Justice Department official called the FBI deputy director, Mr. McCabe, on Aug. 12 to say the agents in New York seemed to be disregarding or disobeying their instructions, these people said. The conversation was a tense one, they said, and at one point Mr. McCabe asked, "Are you telling me that I need to shut down a validly predicated investigation?'' The senior Justice Department official replied: "Of course not."


as if we didn't already know. 08.Nov.2016 06:49

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