Despite career criminal Hillary Clinton getting a pass from the recent FBI investigation, a massive 94% of people wanted Hillary Clinton indicted according to a recent ABC poll.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has been under scrutiny for almost a year after it came to light that she used a private email server for her government and personal emails, rather than the State Department’s email system while serving as Secretary of State to President Obama. She recently met with the FBI about an investigation being conducted to decide whether or not to criminally prosecute her for her actions.
Clinton has said relying on a private server was a mistake but that other secretaries of state had also used a personal email address previously.
Wikileaks is planning to publish a massive dump on Hillary’s emails. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has previously promised to provide enough evidence to indict her. Which may help Judicial Watch to do just that.
Already last week Wikileaks published 1,200+ new emails on Hillary Clinton talking about the Iraq war . Then on Thursday tweeting for users with over 1,000,000 followers to DM them for a preview of what’s to come also taunting the FBI and it’s investigation saying that the FBI didn’t ask them for their information before choosing to not indict Hillary Clinton.
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Hillary also has the Russian government to worry about which has been floating around the intelligence community that the Russian’s have all of her emails.
Also don’t hold your breathe but, FBI Director James Comey has hinted by not answering the question that there is still possibly an on going investigation into the Clinton Fraudation (Foundation) however after this blatant display of abuse of power I would take this information as a grain of salt.
We will continue to update you on Hillary’s growing nightmare stay tuned to We Are Change this isn’t over many questions remain unanswered and some accountability needs to happen especially for the Clinton Foundation in which Hillary gave countries weapon deals after they donated to the Clinton Foundation that is blatant bribery and a form of political corruption.
“Although we did not find clear evidence that Secretary Clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is information that they were extremely careless in their handling of information.” ~James Comey
Judicial Watch’s President Tom Fitton had this to say.
“FBI Director James Comey detailed Hillary Clinton’s massive destruction of government records and grossly negligent handling of classified information. Frankly, there’s a disconnect between Comey’s devastating findings and his weak recommendation not to prosecute Hillary Clinton. Federal prosecutors, independent of politics, need to consider whether to pursue the potential violations of law confirmed by the FBI.” ~Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said.
An example of outright negligence is Hillary skipping her security training classes. Please America, do not allow this woman to be our next President – she is either dumber then a box of thumbtacks or more crooked than the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Or both.
As the GOP pointed out today with a new ad campaign, Hillary lied about not sending classified material. Remember, she asked aides to remove classification tags and send the information UN-classified.
Being isolated in prison away from society, friends, and family causes a break down in mental health until you can’t take it anymore. So while Hillary walks away unscathed, Chelsea Manning and others like her are punished for doing the right thing. Chelsea Manning tried to kill herself today.
“Fuck the law ‘cus real jail is for suckas I go to country club prison you dumb mother fuckers” ~Immortal Technique
(ANTIMEDIA) Claire Bernish — Apparently inviolable Hillary Clinton might have been let off the hook by the FBI in its bewildering but unsurprising refusal to recommend the Department of Justice prosecute any number of violations relating to her private email server and account, but that by no means indicates she isn’t guilty.
To the contrary, FBI Director James Comey’s scathing description of Clinton’s “careless” use of a non-secure platform — through which eight email chains contained information considered “Top Secret” and 36 considered “Secret” at the time it was transmitted — provided direct evidence the former secretary of state committed any number of crimes.
And perjury in testimony to Congress tops the list. Testifying before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, Clinton lied under oath — no less than three times — and her mendacious statements in no way constituted fumbling forgetfulness, ambiguity, or misinterpretation.
Hillary Clinton Committed Perjury
First, Hillary’s claim she ‘turned over’ all emails relating to State Department business just isn’t factual. Asked by committee chair, Rep. Trey Gowdy, whether her previous insistence she ‘turned over everything’ was true, Clinton responded [all emphasis has been added],
“All my work-related emails, yes.”
“How do you know that?” Gowdy pressed. Clinton responded, “I know that because there was an exhaustive search done under the supervision of my attorneys, and that is exactly the outcome. We turned over every work-related email […]”
Comey’s statement tells quite a different tale:
“The FBI discovered several thousand work-related e-mails that were not in the group of 30,000 that were returned by Secretary Clinton to the State in 2014.”
Not only that, but in a separate segment of testimony in response to Rep. Jim Jordan, the lies continued.
Clinton, claiming her attorneys had “conducted a rigorous review” of all 62,000 or more emails to determine which were or were not business-related, was asked by Jordan to elaborate on the term “rigorous” — to which she replied:
“It means they were asked to provide anything that could possibly be construed as work related.”
Jordan again insisted she clarify, responding, “But I’m asking how — I’m asking how it was done. Was — did someone physically look at the 62,000 e-mails, or did you use search terms, date parameters? I want to know the specifics.”
“They did all of that,” Clinton asserted, “and I did not look over their shoulders, because I thought it would be appropriate for them to conduct that search, and they did.”
Asked to provide those search terms, she flippantly over-generalized:
“The search terms were everything you could imagine that might be related to anything, but they also went through every single e-mail.”
But, as Comey noted:
“The lawyers doing the sorting for Secretary Clinton in 2014 did not individually read the content of all of her e-mails, as we did for those available to us; instead, they relied on header information and used search terms to try to find all work-related e-mails among the reportedly more than 60,000 total e-mails remaining on Secretary Clinton’s personal system in 2014.”
Further, as her testimony continued — addressing the hotly-debated issue of classified information transmitted over her unclassified server, Clinton boldly declared:
“There was nothing marked classified on my e-mails, either sent or received.”
Again, a blatant untruth.
“In addition to this highly sensitive information,” Comey continued, discussing the aforementioned Top Secret and Secret matters, as well as additional e-mails considered Sensitive, “we also found information that was properly classified as Secret by the U.S. Intelligence Community at the time it was discussed on e-mail (that is, excluding the later ‘up-classified’ e-mails).”
Perjury isn’t the only potentially criminal act the FBI handily revealed Clinton having committed, but it might be the most blatant.
Despite the difficulty in charging someone with the “technical statute” of perjury for lying under oath in congressional testimony, most hiccups appear to lie in the believability of the person in question’s explanation of their perception at the time the perjurious statement was made.
“It is especially difficult, if not impossible to prosecute statements that may be misleading or evasive but subject to an arguably truthful interpretation,”explained attorney Mark Hopson, managing partner with Sidney Austin LLP’s Washington office, to TIME in 2014.
Clinton’s statements, of course, didn’t leave much room for interpretation.
Possible penalties for perjury include a fine of up to $100,000 — mere chump change for Clinton, who makes more than double that with those notorious speeches for the Big Banking crowd — or up to five years in prison.
At least, theoretically that would be the case.
Comey, for failing to recommend the DOJ prosecute the former secretary of state, has now been called to testify in front of the U.S. House Oversight Committee on Thursday after explosive criticism erupted following the FBI’s announcement.
But will Hillary Clinton ever see the world through prison bars — the same prison bars countless nonviolent criminals subject to penalties from the contentiously overbearing crime bill she championed during her husband’s tenure in the White House?
Judging by the enormity of the deceitful mishandling of the private email server and countless other highly questionable, if not outright criminal acts she is known or alleged to have committed, the answer would almost certainly be never.
Hillary Clinton and James Comey just proved the Clinton dynasty’s sacrosanct status to the establishment — an impunity so impenetrable, it would seem the family truly might be above the law.
BREAKING: How The FBI Got It Wrong On Hillary Clinton
Published on Jul 5, 2016
In this video Luke Rudkowski covers the breaking news of the FBI director Comey not recommending criminal charges on Hillary Clinton. We go over the key statements in this important announcements and how the stance by the FBI makes no sense at all. We also go over the best evidence to show you why Hillary should be prosecuted and in jail right now. Support us and tip us on https://www.patreon.com/WeAreChange if you like the work we are doing so we can continue our operations.
Danny F. Quest, is an artist, blogger, journalist, and media personality. Co. Founder of TheTruther.us and author of “120 characters or less’ the guide to winning a debate in the digital age”. Danny now works as a Freelance journalist and graphic designer for WeAreChange.org. Danny’s next big project is “30 days in Gaza” a documentary bringing light to the current conditions of the Palestinian people living under Israeli occupation.
Democratic presidential frontrunner, and subject of a criminal FBI investigation, is set to meet with the agency on Saturday over her mishandling of classified information on a private email server.
The Daily Caller reports that their source has suggested the interview may take place at her home in Washington, DC.
The news of the meeting comes amid controversy over Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch having a private meeting at the Phoenix Airport earlier this week. As Lynch is overseeing the Clinton investigation, the secretive meeting has raised serious concerns.
On Friday, following massive outrage from both Republicans and some Democrats, Lynch announced that she will accept whatever recommendation the FBI makes when they conclude their probe.
“The matter is being handled by career, agents and investigators with the Department of Justice. They’ve had it since the beginning. They are independent,” Lynch stated. “That team will make findings… and then, as is the common process, they present it to me, and I fully expect to accept their recommendations.”
“In terms of timing, I actually don’t know that because again, I don’t have that insight into, I’d say the nuts and bolts of the investigation,” Lynch continued.
The case is centered on a server used by Clinton during her tenure as Secretary of State from 2009 through 2013. It has been revealed that Clinton shared more than 100 emails about highly classified US government programs and other sensitive information via her unsecured communications, contrary to established rules. Many believe that it was an attempt to circumvent Freedom of Information Act requests, and hinder any press or legal investigations.
There are also allegations that deleted emails may contain evidence that Clinton was attending secret meetings with foreign donors to her foundation.
“Citizens United wants to know how many overseas dinners Secretary Clinton attended with Clinton Foundation donors that didn’t make it on her schedule,” David Bossie, president of the conservative nonprofit Citizens United who is investigating Clinton’s activities told The National Review.
In March WikiLeaks published a searchable archive of over 30,000 emails that Clinton sent and received while she was Secretary of State.
Last month, despite vowing not to influence the Department of Justice and FBI probe into the allegations, the Obama administration barred the release of those Clinton emails linked to the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, until after the election.
Then, on Thursday, the administration asked a federal court to delay the release of 14,000 pages of emails from aides to Clinton until October 2018 — 27 months from now — potentially blocking voters from information that would be useful in making an informed decision at the polls in November.
The emails were originally due to be released on July 21, but administration lawyers claimed that the State Department miscalculated the amount of material that would need to be processed.
“There’s been dramatic, significant surge in FOIA requests to the State Department in recent years, which we are working very, very hard to clear and to respond to,” State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters on Thursday, while declining to discuss the Clinton case specifically.
Clinton has repeatedly asserted that there is “zero chance” that the investigation will be a problem for her presidential aspirations.