Monday, October 31, 2016

Obama DOJ Moving Quickly To Quash New Clinton Email Scandal

Loretta Lynch and the Obama Department of Justice aren't wasting any time in moving to try and stomp on and defuse the latest Clinton e-mail scandal.

Remember how slo-oow things moved when congress wanted a subpoena complied with or someone like Judicial Watch wanted a response to an FOIA request?

Now things are going to be rushed with lightening speed in an attempt to save the corrupt Mrs. Clinton and her campaign. They may have claimed it took months to go through what was left of Hillary's emails which totaled out at less than 5% of what they found on Weiner/Huma's 's laptop. But when it comes to the 650,000 emails found on Huma and Weiner's laptop, hey, different story.

The FBI had already said they planned to make a preliminary assessment of those 650,000 emails within several weeks. But the Obama DOJ is cracking the whip on the Bureau. Now they're  telling  us with a straight face that the FBI will have a 'preliminary assessment' of Weiner's 650,000 emails 'within a matter of days!'

And who's in charge of the 'investigation' proves the fix is already in.

Yes, a senior DOJ official has sent a letter to lawmakers responding to their  request for more information about email review, saying the preliminary assessment completed in 8 days. Yes,you heard that right...they'll zip through 650,000 e-mails in 8 days.

And that senior DOJ official? None other than Peter Kadzic, one of John Podesta's closest friends!  That's whose going to be in charge of what's supposed to be an impartial investigationof Huma Abedin and Mrs. Clinton. This is as incestuous as it gets:
As the Daily Caller noted, the dinner arrangement "is just the latest example of an apparent conflict of interest between the Clinton campaign and the federal agency charged with investigating the former secretary of state’s email practices." As one former U.S. Attorney tells told the DC, the exchanges are another example of the Clinton campaign’s “cozy relationship” with the Obama Justice Department.

The hacked emails confirm that Podesta and Kadzik were in frequent contact. In one email from January, Kadzik and Podesta, who were classmates at Georgetown Law School in the 1970s, discussed plans to celebrate Podesta’s birthday. And in another sent last May, Kadzik’s son emailed Podesta asking for a job on the Clinton campaign.

“The political appointees in the Obama administration, especially in the Department of Justice, appear to be very partisan in nature and I don’t think had clean hands when it comes to the investigation of the private email server,” says Matthew Whitaker, the executive director of the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, a government watchdog group.

“It’s the kind of thing the American people are frustrated about is that the politically powerful have insider access and have these kind of relationships that ultimately appear to always break to the benefit of Hillary Clinton,” he added, comparing the Podesta-Kadzik meetings to the revelation that Attorney General Loretta Lynch met in private with Bill Clinton at the airport in Phoenix days before the FBI and DOJ investigating Hillary Clinton.

Kadzik's role at the DOJ, where he started in 2013, is particularly notable Kadzik, as helped spearhead the effort to nominate Lynch, who was heavily criticized for her secret meeting with the former president.

It gets better because, as we further revealed, if there is one person in the DOJ who is John Podesta's, and thus the Clinton Foundation's inside man, it is Peter Kadjik.

Kadzik represented Podesta during the Monica Lewinsky investigation. And in the waning days of the Bill Clinton administration, Kadzik lobbied Podesta on behalf of Marc Rich, the fugitive who Bill Clinton controversially pardoned on his last day in office. That history is cited by Podesta in another email hacked from his Gmail account. In a Sept. 2008 email, which the Washington Free Beacon flagged last week, Podesta emailed an Obama campaign official to recommend Kadzik for a supportive role in the campaign.

So now we can pretty much guess what's next. Kadzik will make sure only a small portion of the emails are examined, and we'll get a report in five days or so that there's nothing there to implicate Mrs. Clinton or Huma Abedin in any wrong doing, after which the rest of the unreviewed e-mails will be destroyed.

After which the Clinton media will of course trumpet Hillary's 'exoneration.'

This kind of perversion of justice and the law is a great reason to vote against Mrs. Clinton and for a change from this kind of routine corruption all by itself.

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