The FBI Botched the Hell out of the Hillary Clinton Investigation











While the subject of the headline will inspire a clear “duh” in the mind of anyone with two brain cells to rub together, we’re newly astounded at just how sloppy, insincere, and biased the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton really was. If there was an ounce of spine in Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ body, he would demand that the Justice Department re-open the case, look again at all the evidence, re-interview all the participants, and see if there is not a crime (or crimes) worth prosecuting. Because it is clearer every day that Comey and Friends didn’t get the job done the first time around.

Once again, we have Peter Strzok and Lisa Page to thank for the new revelation. If these imbeciles had been around during the Kennedy administration, they would have blown the Warren Commission out of the water. Their text messages have proven to be an absolutely treasure trove of previously-unreleased information; they may be single-handedly responsible for cleaning up the FBI and putting Obama officials behind bars by the time it’s all said and done. If they had done any of this intentionally, we would be ready to throw a parade in their honor. But hey, sometimes heroism is earned, sometimes it’s bestowed upon you.

“Holy cow,” Strzok wrote on June 12, 2016. “If the FBI missed this, what else was missed?”

Hmm? Missed what, honey?

“Remind me to tell you to flag for Andy emails we found that have portion marks (C) on a couple of paras,” he continued. “DOJ was very concerned about this. Found on the 30k [emails] provided to State originally. No one noticed. It cuts against ‘I never sent or received anything marked classified.’”

Note that this exchange took place two days after High Chief James Comey ascended to the golden podium to declare Clinton hereby exonerated for crimes she obviously committed.

Strzok, in the texts, is referring to a review done by the Intelligence Community Inspector General, who, after the FBI had wrapped their investigation, found several emails that had been marked classified but missed by FBI investigators. Not emails marked classified after the fact, like Clinton tried to make it sound in all of her public interviews; emails that were clearly marked AT THE TIME. Spreading those around on an unsecured server is a crime. Period. The FBI…what? Just didn’t read the emails carefully enough?

Or just didn’t care enough.