Hillary Clinton’s luck may have just run out


James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok

A U.S. Congressional committee now has official evidence that Hillary Clinton was going to get an “HQ special” preference in the investigation of her unauthorized email server and ties to the Clinton Foundation when she was Secretary of State.

The damning revelation came from email comments made by FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

The FBI had an “extreme pro-Hillary Clinton bias” during the investigation, said House Judiciary member Matt Gaetz (R-Florida), which ended with her getting a mild reprimand instead of charges that could have landed her in prison.

“We have email evidence from Andrew McCabe indicating that Hillary Clinton was going to get a headquarters special,” said Gaetz. “That meant the normal processes of the Washington field office weren’t followed. He had a group of people that had a pro-Hillary Clinton bias who had a direct role in changing that investigation from one that likely should have been criminal to one where she was able to walk.”

Case in point: FBI agent Peter Strzok changed former FBI Director James Comey’s language on Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified emails from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless.”

The change in the wording made the difference between a possible jail sentence and a slap on the wrist, the latter, of course, being the result.

But that may change as Congress presses ahead with the McCabe evidence in a new investigation of Hillary Clinton.


Trump hating G-man saved Hillary Clinton’s hide


FBI official changed report so Hillary Clinton wouldn’t be charged with a federal crime

 Report by Bob Fredericks, New York Post

The FBI expert in the middle of a political uproar for mocking President Trump in e-mail messages changed a key phrase in former agency Director James Comey’s description of how Hillary Clinton handled classified information, it was reported Monday.

Records show Peter Strzok (left in above photo), who led the investigation of Clinton’s private e-mail server as the second-highest-ranking official in the counterintelligence division, changed Comey’s draft language describing Clinton’s behavior as “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless,” a source told CNN.

The shift from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless” was key because the federal law that covers how classified material should be handled calls for criminal penalties for “gross negligence.”

Strzok was taken off the Russia probe after e-mails he wrote to another agent apparently mocking Trump came to the attention of special counsel Robert Mueller, who is heading the probe.

Strzok was the FBI official who signed the document that launched the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Editor’s note: Strzok’s change in the wording of Comey’s report potentially saved Hillary Clinton from ending up like this:


G-man wimps out, Clinton walks


Hillary Clinton would be in jail if former FBI director hadn’t chickened out

The first draft of fired FBI director James Comey’s statement of Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information in the potentially treasonous email case accused the former Secretary of State of “gross negligence” — which is punishable by imprisonment.

Comey’s early draft: “There is evidence to support a conclusion that Secretary Clinton, and others, used the email server in a manner that was grossly negligent with respect to the handling of classified information.” 

But the tough language was changed in the final statement to the softer images-3”extremely careless” which carries no penalty.

And sure enough, when Comey announced in July 2016 there would be no charges against her, the egregiously guilty Clinton, once again in her life of criminality, skated free.

The only justice here is that despite keeping her out of jail, the email crime, among other grossly incompetent and unconscionable acts of malfeasance — like abandoning diplomats and staff in Benghazi to certain death — kept her out of the White House. 

For which America is forever thankful.


Unknown-1Fired FBI director James Comey belongs to treasonous cadre out to topple Trump

After admitting under oath that he leaked a memo on private conversations he had with Unknown-1President Trump, Comey has been exposed as a member of the subversive Deep State movement.

“He is the deep state in Washington,” said Trump’s former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski.

The “deep state” refers to a group of treacherous career employees inside the government conspiring to secretly manipulate government policy and undermine elected leaders or political appointees.

Deep State members are in the military, intelligence fields and bureaucratic agencies. They have been viciously, albeit covertly, plotting against Trump since he was elected.

Comey should be prosecuted, Lewandowski said. “He was the director of the FBI when these notes were taken and he turned them over to a law professor to ensure The New York Times got that information.”



Comey told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Thursday that during a private meeting with Trump on Feb. 14 concerning fired security advisor Michael Flynn, the president said to him, “I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go.”

Trump disputes that he ever asked Comey to let the Flynn investigation go.

06DB-SORKIN-superJumbo“The president never, in form or substance, directed or suggested that Mr. Comey stop investigating anyone, including suggesting that Mr. Comey ‘let Flynn go,'” Trump’s personal lawyer Marc E Kasowitz (above) stated after Comey’s testimony on Thursday.

Comey has since handed over all memos on his meetings with Trump to the special counsel, Robert Mueller, who will oversee a investigation into potential ties between the Russian government and Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.