Evidence of Profound Corruption in Obama DoJ, Comey FBI, Grows

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Last month, we learned that an early draft of Comey’s statement on the Clinton email investigation concluded she was “grossly negligent” in her handling of classified information. Early this month, we learned it was changed to “extremely careless” by compromised, anti-Trump agent Peter Strzok.

Thursday, Fox News reported that they obtained an early draft of the memo and it confirms the language was changed at least twice. There were other shocking changed which unsurprisingly greatly benefitted Hillary Clinton:

The original statement said it was “reasonably likely” that “hostile actors” gained access to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email account. That was changed later to say the scenario was merely “possible.”

Another edit showed language was changed to describe the actions of Clinton and her colleagues as “extremely careless” as opposed to “grossly negligent.” This is a key legal distinction…

The edits also showed that references to specific potential violations of statutes on “gross negligence” of classified information and “misdemeanor handling” were removed.

The final statement also removed a reference to the “sheer volume” of classified information discussed on email.

Sen. Ron Johnson, who released the draft today, said in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray that the original draft “could be read as a finding of criminality in Secretary Clinton’s handling of classified material.” In the same letter Johnson wrote there were, “repeated edits to reduce Secretary Clinton’s culpability in mishandling classified information.”

“More pervasive than Watergate…bigger Watergate by far”, said Fox News analyst Greg Jarrett, Circa News reporter Sara Carter and Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

 

 

5 COMMENTS

  1. I read the letter Sen Johnson sent to Wray wanting answers about the draft letter, WOW what a cover up, it also states the drafting of the letter began before giving immunity agreements to key witnesses, the immunity agreements with Mills and Samuelson executed on June 10, 2016 also included side agreements requiring the FBI to destroy evidence on devices turned over to the FBI.

  2. Reasonable, informed people know that there is massive, widespread corruption, and that Sessions is now part of it. I am disturbed by all of the disinformation about Sessions, such as, he is about to unleash hundreds of indictments, and has been planning this all along.

  3. A rather interesting statement by Sessions. At one point he says what may sound bad can have innocent explanations. There was no way to determine what this applied to. A person who is conniving enough can certainly attribute innocence to something quite nefarious. I should think any prosecutor would realize this. I’m suspicious that ALL the recent revelations will be dismissed as innocent “something or another”.

  4. Little is mentioned of the rampant sexual harassment within the FBI which has left the number of women half of what they had been. I believe Comey was there during that time but if not Mueller certainly was. It was Flynn who sided with one woman and incurred wrath for that position.

    I am thinking it may just be that Sessions is TOO old for the job. While watching him earlier and during the hearings it certainly seems his mind is unable to keep up. It looks more prominent when the stress level rises.

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