Scary Hidden Secrets of the Real FBI Scandal

What have you been told about the scandals involving the FBI?

You know that former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe intentionally pushed to clear Hillary Clinton of any wrong doing in her email scandal. His involvement stems to his Democratic loyalty and that fact that when McCabe’s wife ran for office in Virginia, she received over $750,000 in donations from Clinton supporters.

You know that members inside the FBI including Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, conspired against Donald Trump during his campaign and after he was sworn in as President. You should also know that Strzok kept then FBI Director James Comey informed of everything they were doing because he kept Barack Obama informed of everything.

You also know that when Robert Mueller was FBI Director prior to Comey, he intentionally buried an FBI investigation into the Uranium One Deal that implicated members of the Obama administration and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a scheme that involved bribery, money laundering and more.

There is probably more you know about the scandals rocking the FBI, but have you ever wondered why the DOJ Inspector General never took any action concerning the scandals and allowed them to happen? What we all know is only the tip of the iceberg and it seems that we are beginning to understand what the rest of the iceberg looks like and it looks really scary.

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First of all, where has DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz been all this time?

In 1978, Congress passed the Inspectors General Act which gives the Inspector General and all of the IG investigators, authority to examine any official document in their duties of trying to combat waste and to make sure that there is no wrong doing.

However, shortly before Horowitz was sworn into office, then Attorney General Eric Holder, basically eviscerated the Inspectors General Act so as remove the authority of the IG’s office to obtain whatever documents they want in the line of duty. Holder allegedly did this at the request and urging of then FBI Director Robert Mueller.

Once Republicans regained control of Congress, they worked for three years to pass the Inspector General Empowerment Act of 2016 and Obama realized he had no choice but to sign it into law. This restored the authority of the IG office to access whatever government documents they need in the performance of their job. However, after Comey became the new FBI Director, replacing Mueller, he worked to obstruct Horowitz from obtaining many of the documents he was after.

Horowitz now has access to all documents and reviewed about 1.2 million of them and everyone is anxiously waiting for his report that could prove very damaging to Obama, Holder, Mueller, Comey and others.

Secondly is something referred to Obama’s prerogative as reported:

“As more facts are uncovered about the lengths to which former FBI Director James Comey, his then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and a half-dozen other pro-Hillary Clinton bureau insiders went to protect the Democratic nominee in her email scandal, the least discussed element is Obama’s role in the affair.”

“But former Attorney General Michael Mukasey and former U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy make persuasive cases that protecting Obama in the Clinton email scandal was key to the FBI’s clearly bungled investigation.”

“Remember Comey’s July 2016 nationally televised announcement that he would not recommend prosecution of Clinton despite her ‘extreme carelessness’ in handling super secret classified national security information?”

“One of the drafts of Comey’s announcement referred to Clinton emails between her and ‘the president.’ But, as McCarthy recently pointed out, ‘a revised draft of Comey’s remarks was circulated by his chief of staff, Jim Rybicki. It replaced ‘the president’ with ‘another senior government official’.”

“President Obama was sending messages and receiving messages on Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Jim Comey knew that, and when President Obama went on television and said, ‘There’s no issue here, she didn’t really intend to cause harm,’ what he was really saying in essence is, ‘You’d better let her off, because if you wind up accusing her, you wind up accusing me.’

Comey continued to follow the lead of covering up the fact that Hillary’s email scandal was worse than reported and also incriminated Obama.

Thirdly, Obama’s top spymasters and others, namely his CIA Director John Brennan, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, UN Ambassador Samantha Power and National Security Adviser Susan Rice all had access to and used the most sophisticated technology developed after 9/11 to spy on members of Congress, their staff, corporate executives, big political donors and philanthropists, judges, foreign officials, diplomats, military leaders and presidential appointees.

Literally hundreds of millions of conversations were caught and listened to by these people and their agencies.

When you consider the scope of what they did, think about a text that Brennan sent back in March which contained the line:

“With other investigative shoes yet to drop, legislators who try to protect @realDonaldTrump will face November reckoning.”

It’s the term ‘other investigative shoes’ that is believed to refer to the various agencies that have been spying on and monitoring so many that they have no right to be spying on. Brennan’s text implies that this spying is still ongoing and will be used against President Trump and anyone who supports him and other conservative Republicans.

The scope of what has been happening beneath of the visible surface of the Obama administration and those that still linger in today’s government makes any and all mafia or organized crime syndicates look like harmless amateurs. These people have a secret grip on the nation that few seem to realize and they are trying to tighten that grip so as to squeeze out and remove any and all conservative opposition.

Former Rep & Army Col. Allen West sums it up best, saying:

“The FBI scandal has factors that will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck.”

 

 

 

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