“Remember, boys, if it doesn’t fit in the shredder, toss it in the incinerator. We’re professionals here.”
Since FBI Director James Comey closed the reopened criminal investigation in Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information two days before the election, the question remains whether or not an investigation would be resumed under the incoming Trump administration.
WND has now confirmed with the New York Police Department that in the days leading up to the presidential election on Nov. 8, the FBI terminated the NYPD investigation of Clinton’s emails on former congressman Anthony Weiner’s laptop, demanding that the laptop and all 650,000 State Department emails be taken to the FBI in Washington.
So much for due process and professionalism.
WND has also confirmed with the NYPD that the FBI in Washington has blocked the NYPD from making any arrests in the Weiner “sexting” case involving an underage 15-year-old girl.
So much for law and order.
Nevertheless, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, a member of the House Judiciary Committee has told WND he intends to continue pressing for the House Judiciary Committee to obtain copies of all 650,000 State Department emails found on Weiner’s laptop.
WND reported Nov. 7 that Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, a member of the House Judiciary Committee and the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, wrote a “preservation letter” to the Department of Justice, demanding that all of the emails on Weiner’s laptop be retained for inspection by Congress.
Can this procedure save the ailing Republic?
“I am the law and order president!”
The other good news is that a “congressional investigation under the incoming Trump administration could raise additional evidence against Clinton or against one of her close aides at the State Department, including Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, that might induce a new FBI director to convene a grand jury.”
Medicine, like politics, is very tricky, though, and sometimes you can’t just cut the knot.
On Sunday, Corsi reports, in an interview on ABC News “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani said it was a “tough question” whether or not President-elect Trump plans to follow through with his campaign promise to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton.
“As a lawyer,” Giuliani said, “I hate to use the ‘on the one hand, but the other,’ but on the one hand, you don’t want to disrupt the nation with what might look like a vindictive prosecution, even though it might not be.”
“On the other hand, … as far as I know, that’s still an ongoing investigation. They completed the email investigation, but not the foundation investigation.”
A pox on all their houses.
Also last Sunday, Corsi adds, in an interview on CBS News’ “60 Minutes,” Trump replied to Lesley Stahl that he hadn’t made a decision about whether to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton.
Trump told Stahl, “I feel that I want to focus on jobs, I want to focus on health care, I want to focus on the border and immigration and doing a really great immigration bill.”
Not that Dr. Trump is the only physician who can influence the course of treatment.
At the White House press briefing Nov. 9, Obama’s press secretary, Josh Earnest, was directly asked if President Obama had considered granting a pardon to Hillary Clinton before he leaves office Jan. 20.
Earnest refused to say directly whether or not it was under serious consideration. …
Earnest also expressed hope that President-elect Trump would not pursue prosecuting Clinton after he takes office, noting that the tone of Trump’s remarks on Election Night appeared conciliatory toward Clinton.
And so, we live by faith, and in hope. Faith the Clintons will never again hold sway over this country. And hope that we can restore the institutions and traditions that their cancerous influence has crippled for decades.
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