Last year, Free Beacon reported that Hillary Clinton received very large contributions from employees at the Department of Justice, far larger than those made to Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump. In fact, Trump only received two donations.
This was the same DoJ that had to decide if she mishandled classified emails on her illicit private server.
That was a marked difference from eight years before. Since Barack Obama took office and politicized the department donations to Hillary went from $15,000 to $75,000. Hillary raked in the dough.
There were calls to appoint a special prosecutor but the administration wasn’t about to do that. Barack Obama had the team he wanted.
Howard Krongard, who was inspector general for the State Department from 2005 to 2008, predicted earlier in 2016 that even if the FBI referred Clinton’s case to the Justice Department for prosecution it would “never get to an indictment.”
Krongard said the case would have to go through “four loyal Democratic women,” including Lynch, top White House adviser Valerie Jarrett, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, and Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell, who heads the department’s criminal division.
The hearing Monday in which Sally Yates testified included nine Democrats and three Republicans. What a joke, This isn’t an investigation. It’s a kangaroo court in which not an ounce of evidence was presented.
During today’s testimony, Yates was eager to answer any question that made General Lynch or President Trump look bad. However, when Lindsey Graham asked her if she knew of any collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, she said she couldn’t answer.
Why can’t she answer it?
Q: Do you have evidence of collusion between Trump campaign & Russians?
Yates: I can’t answer that without revealing classified information pic.twitter.com/7NCsaMKquO
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) May 8, 2017
Both Yates and Clapper admitted they unmasked Trump and gave no reason for it. Also admitted by Yates today was that she decided the travel ban was unconstitutional – on her own. That’s why she was fired and it was justified.