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Hillary Clinton Sits For FBI Criminal Interview As Democrats And Republicans Continue To Slam Her Husband Bill Clinton For Clandestine Meeting With Attorney General Loretta Lynch
July 2. 2016
U.S. Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, sat for an FBI criminal interview this morning at the federal law enforcement agency's headquarters in Washington, DC. Clinton is under criminal investigation for violating government laws and protocols, in maintaining a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State. To make matters worse, said server did not have anti-virus software to help protect its contents - American national secrets. Government hackers from communist nations promptly began hacking Clinton's emails and learned a great deal of top secret information. A known hacker from Europe also hacked Clinton's servers and offered its contents on the black market for $500,000.
As a result of Clinton's criminal negligence, which violated the U.S. Espionage Act, she is under criminal review. Clinton's conduct imperiled America. McClatchy DC reported, "Legal experts say investigators could be looking into potential violations of Section 1924 of Title 18, which deals with the unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material, or even the Espionage Act, which makes it a crime for anyone 'through gross negligence' to allow the loss, theft or removal of classified information or fails to promptly report such mishandling to his superior."
Let's be clear, Clinton, her computer IT staffer Bryan Pagliano and aid Huma Abedin, all violated the U.S. Espionage Act. The U.S. government gave Pagliano immunity in exchange for his testimony. He also refused to testify in Congress invoking his Fifth Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination. Rival republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, is calling for Hillary Clinton to be indicted.
Clinton is firmly in the wrong in this matter and others and cannot be entrusted with U.S. national security after deliberately deviating from established government rules and law. It is regrettable that Clinton technically has the nomination to represent her political party in the 2016 presidential election. Bernie Sanders was the better choice. I do not agree with all his political views, but he is the more level headed, frank and intelligent of the two candidates.
Regrettably, due to rigging, voter fraud, vote suppression and overall slick electioneering, Clinton has come out ahead of Sanders. This was a win for Clinton but a loss for America. Americans were disenfranchised as a result of all the dirty political tactics employed by Clinton. She even roped in Google and several mainstream press outlets in trying to rig every facet of the election in her favor.
Even Clinton's husband, former president, Bill Clinton, set up a clandestine meeting at an airport with U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, drawing condemnation from democrats and republicans. The New York Post reported, "David Axelrod, former top adviser to President Obama, called the meeting 'foolish.' Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) rightly spelled out what the attorney general should have told Clinton: 'This is not the time for us to have that conversation.'"
The New York Post further stated, "Not only didn’t Lynch’s own FBI security team stop him from boarding the plane, agents told onlookers to put away their cellphones and not to take any photos or videos. Sure sounds like everyone understood from the start just how bad such a conversation would look — and why word of their Monday talk was hushed up for days until a local reporter got the scoop."
Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton
Let me ask you, is there anything remotely real or honest about you. And do remember, I broke the phone hacking scandal first that your private investigator, Anthony Pellicano, was at the center of and know exactly what you have been up to regarding criminal behavior that has not desisted to this day. As the phrase goes, "You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time." God help her when the full truth comes out. The American people will learn the type of snake they have been dealing with in Clinton.
Indicted or not indicted, Clinton could lose politically
July 2, 2016 7:30 AM - FBI interviewed Clinton Saturday for 3.5 hours at its headquarters in Washington. Republicans call on attorney general to appoint special prosecutor in Clinton email case. No matter how the FBI investigation into the handling of sensitive information on Hillary Clinton’s personal computer server ends, it likely will hurt her presidential bid.
If she is indicted, she will face further questions about her honesty and perhaps even calls for her to step aside. If she isn’t indicted, as many legal experts predict, critics will accuse the Obama administration of letting her escape charges merely because they want her to win the White House. Clinton was interviewed by the FBI Saturday for three-and-half hours at its headquarters in Washington, according to her campaign, suggesting the inquiry is nearing its end...
July 1, 2016 | 7:31pm - Attorney General Loretta Lynch is too capable a prosecutor not to have fully understood the loaded message sent by her private sitdown with Bill Clinton — whose wife is the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation. Never mind that the ex-president appears to have initiated the 30-minute chat at the Phoenix airport: After learning she was due there, he reportedly delayed his own departure in order to meet with her.
Not only didn’t Lynch’s own FBI security team stop him from boarding the plane, agents told onlookers to put away their cellphones and not to take any photos or videos. Sure sounds like everyone understood from the start just how bad such a conversation would look — and why word of their Monday talk was hushed up for days until a local reporter got the scoop.
Even if Lynch is telling the truth that the conversation was “purely social” (though 30 minutes is a long time to congratulate someone on a new grandchild), it still doesn’t pass the smell test. And Republicans weren’t the only ones saying so. David Axelrod, former top adviser to President Obama, called the meeting “foolish.” Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) rightly spelled out what the attorney general should have told Clinton: “This is not the time for us to have that conversation.”
As for Clinton, he may have tried to influence the direction of the probe into Hillary’s private e-mail server — or he may just have been trolling for information. Either way, it would be an improper use of influence...
Hillary’s War on the Women Who Boinked Bill
Mar 14, 2015 12:01 AM - Most Americans haven’t forgotten the bald-faced lies the Clintons told about Bill’s affairs and molestations along with the sheer savagery of the attacks their surrogates launched against these women. For example, we all remember Bill Clinton perjuring himself by saying, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.” Of course, Bill was lying which helped lead to the House voting to impeach him. The Senate attempted to follow suit and although 50 Senators voted for impeachment, they didn’t reach the 67 vote threshold needed to send Clinton home in disgrace.
What you may not remember as well was the brutality of public relations war the Clintons waged against these women. Just to point out one particularly nasty quip out of many, Clintonista James Carville rather famously said of Paula Jones that if you, “drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you’ll find.” Of course in the end, Paula Jones ended up getting an $850,000 out-of-court settlement from the Clintons while Bill had to pay $90,000 for lying in court and was stripped of his law license for five years as part of a deal to avoid disbarment.
However, there was much more to the story. While agents of Bill and Hillary were publicly trying to destroy the women Bill slept with and molested, the IRS was going after them as well. Before Obama’s IRS harassed the Tea Party, Clinton’s IRS audited Gennifer Flowers, Liz Ward Gracen, Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick.
Even worse, several of the Clinton women faced extremely creepy harassment. Both Gennifer Flowers and Juanita Broadrick say their homes were burglarized. Quoting Ann Coulter’s book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton, former Clinton mistress Sally Purdue received “a series of threatening visits, phone calls and letters.” Purdue claimed that a man visited her who said, “If I was a good little girl, and didn’t kill the messenger, I’d be set for life: a federal job…I’d never have to worry again. But if I didn’t take the offer, then they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn’t guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs.”
In an interview with me back in 2007, Kathleen Willey made some even more disturbing allegations. I’ve read a transcript of your examination on the stand and it seemed pretty obvious to me that you were being very evasive. You seemed to be trying to do everything humanly possible to give the impression that nothing had happened between you and Bill Clinton without actually perjuring yourself. Is that the case?
I did not want to tell that story. My intention was for that story to go to my grave with me. Eventually, I just knew I had to tell the story and I did.
Like I said, in the transcript, you did everything you could to avoid talking about it and got to the point where you had to perjure yourself or tell the story, right?
That’s absolutely correct…and I had been threatened a few days before that and all kinds of things had been happening to me.
Like what? Tell me about that.
Strange phone calls. You know, “We’re getting ready to turn the power off, do you have small children or elderly people there?” The power company doesn’t do that and the power never went off.
Then, one day, I live out in the country, in a very rural part of Virginia and…I walked out of my house one day and I had three flat tires. I wondered how that had happened and came to find out that someone had come down with a nail gun and shot the tires out in the sidewalls. I mean, you don’t run over nails and get them in the sidewalls.
And I had a beloved pet of 13 years that disappeared…
That was your cat, right?
That was my cat. I put the word out…and put up pictures saying she was missing and one morning, I was out walking at first light with my dogs, a couple of days before the deposition, and this stranger approached me and asked if I had ever found the cat. He was very knowledgeable about my cat, and talked about what a nice cat he was — talking about him in the past tense. Then he asked me if I had gotten my tires repaired — “Did you ever get those tires fixed” — which was when I knew something was going on. Then, the worst part was when he threatened my children by name….He said, “You’re just not getting the message, are you?” The message was clear, it was to lie at that deposition in two days and not tell the story of what Bill Clinton did to me.
…I understand. Now, you’ve talked about some of the harassment you’ve suffered. Can you tell me about that and also about your manuscript being stolen recently?
Well, over Labor Day week-end, someone broke into my home, in the middle of the night, while I was upstairs asleep…They wanted it to look like a botched burglary…I think they came in through the screen…they took my purse, which I later found out in the woods. They didn’t take the credit cards, but they took the money that was in my wallet. They broke the antenna off of my car, they tampered with my satellite system, my wireless internet system, and took the manuscript and this is within days of two stories in a national magazine and newspaper (saying) I was almost finished with my book and that it was going to be published in November. I think the person that came in here, came in here with a mission. That mission was to terrify me and get their hands on my manuscript.
Near the end of the book, you had a fascinating little paragraph on some of the harassment that other authors of Clinton books have suffered. Can you tell us a little bit about that?
Well, we’ve got just any number of people who have criticized or questioned the Clintons and have been subjected to this kind of behavior — former state troopers in Arkansas, of course, other women like me. Our stories are so similar it’s eerie. I mean, we all tell the same stories.
Bill & Hillary Clinton: A Life of Violating People
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 - Mary Matalin, aide to President Bush #41 in the 1992 campaign said “I got the letters from Pellicano to [Bill’s women] intimidating them … I had tapes of conversations from Pellicano to the women. I got handwritten letters from the women …I got one letter from one of the women’s dad’s saying, ‘This is so horrible. Here is what they are going to do to us.’ … It’s not like they said, “We’re going to go out and bust your kneecaps.’ [It was more like] we’re going to say this, that and the other.’” (Matalin, 1997, CBS)
In 1982 when Bill Clinton was running for governor of Arkansas, Hillary Clinton told Little Rock, AR private investigator Ivan Duda: “I want you to get rid of all these b***hes he’s seeing … I want you to give me the names and addresses and phone numbers, and we can get them under control” – Hillary Clinton, 1982. [p.99, The Truth about Hillary]. (Chelsea, born in 1980, was 2 years old at the time.)
The Clintons are street criminals and for decades they have done much more than just hire people to write threatening letters. They deserve to be in jail for all the crimes they have committed terrorizing so many people in order to conceal their politically unacceptable, wildly dysfunctional, Jerry Springer lifestyle.
Jack Palladino was also hired by the Clintons and paid $100,000 to psychologically terrify Bill’s women. Palladino asked Loren Kirk, a former roommate of Gennifer Flowers, “Is Gennifer Flowers the sort of person who would commit suicide?” The Clintons were at the time (1992) lying through their teeth about Bill’s longtime affair with Gennifer and were willing to take any means – legal or illegal – to keep it a secret.
Jack Palladino told James Lyons that he would “impeach [Flower’s] character and veracity until she is destroyed beyond all recognition.” [Her Way, p. 363] Bill, while lying to the American voters in 1992, had told the state troopers that Gennifer “could suck a tennis ball through a garden hose.” Gennifer’s condominium was also ransacked at this time, surely on the orders of Bill himself. The Clintons are criminals.
Bill And Hillary Gave Sleazy Investigator Pellicano Start With Gennifer Flowers And Lewinsky
Friday, May 16, 2008 - Anthony Pellicano found guilty. Anthony Pellicano, the former celebrity private eye who set up shop on the Sunset Strip and boasted clients who were some of Hollywood's rich and powerful, was found guilty Thursday of racketeering, wiretapping and running a criminal enterprise.
Hollywood is buzzing over "investigator to the stars" private eye Anthony Pellicano, who copped a plea earlier this year after the FBI caught him with a drawer full of hand grenades and, in the words of one agent, enough plastique explosive to "take out a 747." But Left Coast celebs may not be the only folks currently losing sleep over Pellicano - especially since news broke late last week that he had the habit of illegally wiretapping the targets of his investigations.
Besides causing trouble for headliners like Tom Cruise, Michael Jackson, Kevin Costner and dozens of other stars, Pellicano's tapes could easily expose a certain political power couple to a new round of scrutiny, just as one of them sets the stage for a future presidential run. Though the American press insists on not reporting this inconvenient detail, Anthony Pellicano was first hired by Bill and Hillary Clinton in 1992 in a bid to discredit Gennifer Flowers' steamy tape recordings of conversations with Mr. Clinton. As noted in Ron Kessler's 1995 best seller, "Inside the White House," "The Clinton camp made much of the fact that Anthony J. Pellicano, an expert on audio recording analysis, had told the press that a twelve-minute portion of the tape of conversations between Flowers and Clinton had been 'selectively edited' at two points."
To counter Pellicano's claims, Flowers submitted her recordings to Truth Verification Labs, which found them to be 100 percent authentic. In 1999 Flowers filed a defamation suit against Clinton campaign officials James Carville and George Stephanopoulos - along with then-first lady Hillary Clinton - based on their attempts to use Pellicano's analysis to discredit her.
Arguing before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last year, Flowers' Judicial Watch attorneys tied Pellicano directly to the first lady-turned-New York senator, telling the court: "Anthony Pellicano was a private investigator hired by Mrs. Clinton herself. And he's the one who did the analysis of the tapes." The court ruled in Flowers' favor, allowing the lawsuit to proceed. But that isn't the only time Pellicano has been linked to the Clintons.
Four days after the Monica Lewinsky story broke in January 1998, ex-Lewinsky boyfriend Andy Bleiler came forward with the claim that she had stalked him. The Washington state school teacher also contended that Lewinsky wanted to become a White House intern so she could perform oral sex on then-President Clinton. "I'm going to Washington to get my presidential knee pads," Bleiler's lawyer, Terry Giles, quoted Lewinsky as saying.
"Anthony Pellicano, the L.A.-based private investigator and O.J. defense team veteran [was] responsible for digging up Andy Bleiler," the New York Post's Andrea Peyser reported at the time. Sexgate provocatuer Lucianne Goldberg told Peyser that Pellicano's services were bought and paid for by the Clinton White House.
When Peyser confronted the "investigator to the stars" with Goldberg's claim, he didn't deny it. "You're a smart girl. No comment," Pellicano told the Post reporter. Indeed, the tough-talking private eye makes no bones about his hardball tactics. He claimed to carry a baseball bat, not a gun, as his weapon of choice and once told the Los Angeles Times, "I only use intimidation and fear when I absolutely have to."
Interestingly enough, some of Pellicano's targets, like former Los Angeles Times reporter Anita Busch and one-time "Hard Copy" correspondent Dina Dimond, report break-ins and property vandalism, the kind of problems encountered by Clinton accusers like Flowers, Sally Perdue, Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick. If "the Pelican's" tapes include any information on his work for the former first couple, Hollywood celebrities won't be the only folks sweating bullets.
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