Sunday, January 28, 2018

HEAD OF THE SNAKE: How Obama Made Sure Hillary Was Not Indicted In Email Scandal

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The corruption of the Obama administration continues to unravel . . .
A new analysis from former assistant U.S. attorney Andy McCarthy thoroughly explains how former President Barack Obama made sure that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was not indicted in the criminal investigation into her use of a private email server.
In his most recent column, National Review’s McCarthy argues that the decision not to indict Clinton was Obama’s call — not the FBI’s and not the Department of Justice’s — as Obama used a pseudonymous email account to communicate with Clinton on her non-secure email account.
Before getting into detail, key points to keep in mind include:
The email exchanges between Obama and Clinton most certainly contained classified information due to the nature of the relationship between a president and a secretary of state, and because the Obama administration refused to disclose the emails. 
If classified information was criminally mishandled by Clinton, it would have been mishandled on the other end by Obama. 
If Clinton was charged, Obama's involvement in the scandal would be glaringly obvious. 
Text messages from anti-Trump and pro-Clinton FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page reinforce McCarthy's argument.
Two days after The New York Times broke the scandal about Clinton in March 2015, John Podesta — who was an advisor to the president and head of Clinton's campaign — emailed Clinton confidant and top State Department aide Cheryl Mills to tell her that the email exchanges between Obama and Clinton should not be disclosed, but "held" because of executive privilege.
Three days after Podesta's email, Obama lied on national television during an interview with CBS about the email scandal, saying that he learned about it “the same time everybody else learned it through news reports.”
Read the rest from Ryan Saavedra HERE.

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