NEW EMAILS Confirm FBI Tried To Sweep Hillary’s Crimes Under The Rug!

The way that Hillary Clinton seemed to skate by the halls of justice after James Comey going on television before the whole world and saying she committed a crime has never set right in anyone’s mouth.

It was so strange even then watching James Comey lay out the list of things that they knew that Hillary had done or ordered to do yet had decided not to recommend charges.

In context that would be like a prosecutor coming on television yesterday that despite his conviction on multiple charges that El Chapo was not going to serve any jail time and be sentences to house arrest.

Of course, to get out of that sticky mes for the time being and to get help getting rid of the evidence in the first place she had to have had some help. You don’t wipe out that many emails from that many computers without people that know what they are doing.

It’s one thing entirely when a police officer pulls you over for doing 60 in a 55 and lets you off with a warning. It’s another thing entirely when the FBI is trying to sweep under the rug a series of circumstances that are tantamount to treason.

Over two years after the fact, newly released FBI emails obtained via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request confirm that James Comey’s FBI attempted to work out a quid pro quo deal with the Obama State Department to help minimize the Hillary Clinton private email server scandal just weeks before the 2016 election.

Fox News’s Catherine Herridge and Pamela K. Browne first reported on the alleged deal back on Oct. 15, 2016, but full confirmation did not come until this week when the government transparency watchdog group Judicial Watch released FBI communication related to the deal.

“FBI interview summaries and notes, provided late Friday to the House Government Oversight and Intelligence Committees, contain allegations of a ‘quid pro quo’ between a senior State Department executive and FBI agents during the Hillary Clinton email investigation, two congressional sources told Fox News,” Herridge and Browne reported in 2016.

“This is a flashing red light of potential criminality,” Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz (Utah) told Fox News at the time. “In return for altering the classification, the possibility of additional slots for the FBI at missions overseas was discussed,” he said.

On Monday, Fox News’ Gregg Re reported that over two years later, the allegation that the FBI and State Department floated a “quid pro quo” deal has now been confirmed, and it originated with the FBI:

The trove of documents turned over by the FBI, in response to a lawsuit by the transparency group Judicial Watch, also included discussions by former FBI lawyer Lisa Page concerning a potential quid pro quo between the State Department and the FBI — in which the FBI would agree to effectively hide the fact that a Clinton email was classified in exchange for more legal attache positions that would benefit the FBI abroad, and allow them to send more agents to countries where the FBI’s access is ordinarily restricted.

The quid pro quo would have involved the FBI providing some other public reason for withholding the Clinton email from disclosure amid a Freedom of Information Act request, besides its classification level. There are no indications the proposed arrangement ever took place.

 Page, along with her lover, anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok, has been accused of “orchestrating a coordinated leak strategy aimed at harming the president,” Re notes.

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