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Discussion in 'Φ QANON & POLITICS' started by Rose, Jul 21, 2018.
Seems the recent raid and arrest on President Trump's long time associate Roger Stone just spilled a hot cup of doom for deep state actors such as Hillary Clinton, Andrew McCabe, James Comey and James Clapper as congress finally decide to go after them with a new "Justice for All Act".
During an interview with Tucker Carlson, Matt Gaetz (R) stated that the Justice for All Act which he is introducing will create criminal referrals for people that have lied to congress such as Hillary, Comey, Clapper and McCabe.
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Who would have thought that, this deep into the Russia collusion probe, we'd be learning about yet another dossier connected to Hillary Clinton? And, as it turns out, it was sort of a family secret.
By his own account, senior Department of Justice (DOJ) official Bruce Ohr played an essential — and unorthodox — role, carrying politically tainted allegations of Donald Trump-Russia collusion to the FBI during the 2016 election.
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Former FBI General Counsel James Baker originally believed Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of highly classified information was “alarming” and “appalling.” At the time, he believed her use of a private server to send the classified emails was sufficient enough to secure an indictment to possibly charge her for violations under the Espionage Act, for mishandling sensitive government documents.
Baker held onto that belief until shortly before his former boss FBI Director James Comey made the public announcement not to charge Clinton on July 5, 2017. He said he changed his position only after arguing and discussing the situation over a period of time with senior colleagues at the bureau, to include Comey. Comey, however, had already written an early draft in May, exonerating Clinton and changing “grossly negligent,” a legal term for mishandling classified information to “extremely careless,” according to drafts obtained by the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2017.