GOP senator obtains draft FBI statement on Clinton email investigation (Edits reportedly were done by an openly pro-Hillary FBI agent)

 

This is a very important development and we hope to see the unedited version of the letter shortly. This letter was reportedly edited by an FBI agent who was openly anti-Trump and openly pro-Hillary Clinton. The same agent also lead the interview with General Flynn.

Of particular issue is that with regard to the Clinton email probe the words “grossly negligent,” which likely would have triggered a prosecution of Ms. Clinton, were changed to “extremely careless,” which don’t carry prosecutorial weight.

Consider what we know about Hillary and the primaries

What really happened in the Nevada Democratic Convention (The Video they keep taking down)

Consider the connections to foreign governments and corporate interests via the Clinton Foundation.

Greenwald: “Why Did Saudi Regime & Other Gulf Tyrannies Donate Millions to Clinton Foundation?”

Then consider the meeting where George Soros (a major financier of both Obama and Hillary Clinton) and David Brock (chief propagandist for Obama via the Soros founded Media Matters) met with big money donors to find a way to derail the American presidential succession.

Feigning Reform, Dems Recoup With George Soros and Wealthy Donors

Consider these things and one wonders if the zealots yelling “lock her up” had it right after all.

(From CBS)

Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, said Thursday he had obtained from the FBI a draft statement that then-Director James Comey produced in May 2016 in anticipation of closing out the Clinton email case. The document shows line-by-line edits.

Though the FBI had not yet interviewed Clinton about her use of a private email server, officials had already determined that criminal charges were probably not warranted.

In a letter to the FBI, Johnson said edits to Comey’s original remarks “appear to change the tone and substance” in ways that lessen the seriousness of the case.

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