Posted on November 4, 2016


WP: “Deep divisions inside the FBI and the Justice Department over how to handle investigations dealing with Hillary Clinton will probably fester even after Tuesday’s presidential election and pose a significant test for James B. Comey’s leadership of the nation’s chief law enforcement agency.”

The internal dissension has exploded into public view recently with leaks to reporters about a feud over the Clinton Foundation, an extraordinary airing of the agency’s infighting that comes as the bureau deals with an ongoing threat of terror at home and a newly aggressive posture from Russia.
Comey, meanwhile, has come under direct fire for his decision to tell Congress that agents were resuming their investigation of Clinton’s use of a private email server — a revelation that put him at odds with his Justice Department bosses and influenced the presidential campaign

The Clinton’s have been selling America’s foreign policy, pay to play, on a basement server via the Clinton Foundation. The FBI is investigating and the DOJ is trying to shut them down.

Baier: “1- The Clinton Foundation investigation is far more expansive than anybody has reported so far
2- The immunity deal that Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson… they are at the FBI field office here on Washington and are being exploited
3- The Clinton Foundation investigation is so expansive… there is an ‘avalanche coming in every day.’ WikiLeaks and the new emails… Remember the Foundation case is about accusations of pay-for-play…
Finally, we learned there is a confidence from these sources that her server had been hacked. And that it was a 99% accuracy that it had been hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies

They have learned that Hillary’s personal server was hacked by at least 5 different countries. Burst Updates continues to ask what would happen if she were elected and these countries attempted to blackmail her?


WP- ‘He’s got to get control of the ship again’: How tensions at the FBI will persist after the election

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