The real collusion between FBI and Clinton campaign — Gutfeld

The real collusion between FBI and Clinton campaign — Gutfeld

The President of the United States (POTUS) took to Twitter his criticism of the FBI, saying, "After years of Comey, with the phony and dishonest Clinton investigation (and more), running the FBI, its reputation is in Tatters - worst in History!" One of whom had represented the Clinton Foundation.

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Reports have surfaced suggesting Comey might have drafted a statement exonerating Clinton prior to the completion of the investigation.

Potentially more disturbing is Strzok's possible role in what many see as an even bigger scandal: the weaponizing of US intelligence against political opponents.

In the email, which was obtained by The New York Times and multiple news organisations, Wray told staff that he would be testifying before Congress later this week and that as he prepares " I am continually reminded of the breadth and significance of our work".

Then there's the argument that military action does nothing but buy time.

Hice said justice has not been impartial toward Clinton.

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Which is one reason he ostensibly moved with such alacrity to have Strzok reassigned even before the dust had settled from the Department of Justice's OIG probe into Strzok's ill-considered partisan texts and emails to a colleague at FBIHQ, Lisa Page.

Not for the Clintons and their associates. Issuing subpoenas on a private bank for the highly personal banking information of Trump and his family members is another basis for firing the supervisor who allows it. And it made Mueller, long touted as the second coming of Eliot Ness, look like something other than untouchable. That small change reduced Hillary's action from criminal to merely incompetent and that ironically preserved Hillary's nomination, helping pave the way for Donald Trump.

But Strzok's "sins" are most related to a colossal lapse in judgment in that regard, and his transgressions, fairly or unfairly, now stain the entire bureau in the process.

"For the rest of their lives"? The former national security adviser pleaded guilty last Friday to lying during that interview about contacts he had last December with Russia's ambassador.

Phyllis Schlafly felt an incoming president should take control of all of the Executive Branch to ensure loyalty to his mandate. Trump's supporters, profiting off ABC's own-goal, were quick to start shouting again about "fake news" from the mainstream press. The insularity is unhealthy. And it's time for a real investigation. That's evidence of bias, and let's face it, stupidity. The Supreme Court has acquiesced to Trump's travel ban for now (while it waits for the lower courts to rule). Agents investigate. Supervisors supervise.

On Nov. 15, documents were released that show that McCabe "wrote an email on his official government account stating that the Hillary Clinton email probe had been given 'special' status", The Hill reported. A formal policy should immediately be enacted that precludes senior management from micro case investigation.

"I think that Mueller bent over backwards to be 'purer than Caesar's wife' in letting him (Strzok) go", said Charles Tiefer, a professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and the special deputy chief counsel for the House Iran-Contra Committee's investigation of the Reagan administration. Strzok's egregious mistakes aren't the disease, they're merely a symptom. He is a key figure in every matter roiling the agency.