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Does FBI Have Evidence of Hillary on ‘Orgy Island’?

If the rumors are true (and a lot of them are this election season) then Hillary Clinton’s worst nightmare has come to pass: her Girl Friday, Huma Abedin, has “flipped” and is now cooperating with the FBI in its investigation into Clinton’s emails and the other investigations orbiting the Clinton syndicate’s inner circles.

There has been an avalanche of Clinton revelations in the past day or so, and even without an indictment or arrest in the investigation, it’s hard to see how these revelations can be turned around, even by the infamous spin machine and the complicit media.

According to Blackwater founder and former Navy SEAL Erik Prince, insider sources familiar with the investigation say that FBI Director James Comey had to go public with reopening the Clinton case because of pressure from the New York Police Department, which was investigating disgraced congressman Anthony Weiner in relation to allegations of sexting with a minor. As a result of that case, the NYPD got its hands on Weiner’s laptop, which contained some 650,000 emails, some of which were connected to the Clinton investigation.

What they found, Prince said, was evidence of numerous crimes by the Clintons. “They found State Department emails,” he said. “They found a lot of other really damning criminal information, including money laundering, including the fact that Hillary went to this sex island with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Bill Clinton went there more than 20 times. Hillary Clinton went there at least six times.”

We won’t really know what the NYPD found until charges are filed, if ever. But if just half of what Prince said is accurate, it’s got to be over for the Clintons. The only real question would be whether Hillary gets arrested before or after the election.

That, all along, has been the biggest reason not to vote for Clinton. From the beginning of the campaign, her numerous scandals and shady dealings were going to bring about a political crisis. If she manages to cheat her way into office next week, then it will be a full-blown constitutional crisis.

The allegation that Hillary and Bill went to Epstein’s orgy island is the most astonishing, if not really surprising. Rumors about Bill Clinton and Epstein’s involvement in sex parties have been floating around for years. The hacker group Anonymous has even claimed to have a video of Bill and a 13-year-old at one of Epstein’s shindigs.

If that sounds familiar, it’s probably because those are exactly the allegations made against Donald Trump in an anonymously filed — then refiled — lawsuit that claimed The Donald had raped a 13-year-old at Epstein’s parties. From the get-go, the lawsuit was clearly shady. The plaintiff was anonymous (although leftist blogs have named her as Katie Johnson), the “witness affidavits” were likewise anonymous, the original filing lawyer was said to be a patent attorney, his partner a daytime TV promoter. No one who admitted being connected to the lawsuit was able to produce the woman for a face-to-face interview. Most recently, in the past week, she cancelled a press conference, then dropped the lawsuit (again), claiming she had been threatened, according to her representatives.

Of the approximately dozen women who came forward after the release of the “P***ygate” tape that caught The Donald engaging in some locker room talk with show host Billy Bush more than 10 years ago, not a one of their stories holds up to scrutiny, several have been connected directly to the Clinton campaign, and the whole “Trump as pervert” effort doesn’t square with what people who know Trump say about him.

The Clintons, on the other hand. …

Bill’s mustang-in-a-field-of-mares routine is well-documented. It even led him to being impeached. Hillary’s reputation isn’t much better. Her “fixer” recently came out and talked about covering up crimes and lesbian affairs for her for years.

That the Clinton campaign has coordinated a smear campaign of sex allegations against Trump is obvious. That it may have been an exercise in psychological projection is deeply disturbing. Did the Clinton smear merchants get their ideas from details about their employers’ behavior? Is there one more dark scandal underlying the story about the Clintons on “Orgy Island”?

Coincidentally, this information has come out about the same time as a Wikileak document dump that included an email evidently linking Clinton campaign Manager John Podesta to an occult ritual based on the teachings of real-life black magician Aleister Crowley. For those who don’t know, Satanist Crowley is famed in occult circles for the philosophy known as the Law of Thelema, the central tenet of which says, “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.”

Satanism has often been linked with child molestation, and there are parts of the Internet abuzz with the discovery of what some people says is code for child abduction in the Podesta emails.

Until it’s proven, it’s just idle speculation, of course, but this has been a year of rare strangeness, and the emails of the Clintons, the DNC and George Soros have provided no end of fuel, each of them suggesting that things just aren’t normal over there in the organizations leading the Left.

It’s no help in dispelling any of these rumors that Hillary’s mentor was Saul Alinsky, a man who famously dedicated his book to Lucifer.

Which rumors are just rumors? Which rumors will turn out to be true? Time will tell.

One thing is clear, however: Hillary Clinton is not a person who can be believed, particularly when it comes to her protestations of innocence in all the scandals swirling around her like a tornado, and she surely can’t be trusted with the Oval Office.

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Tad Cronn

Tad Cronn began his journalism career in 1983. While he earned awards for his work as a reporter and editor, his greatest joy is writing news commentary. Providing a conservative and often humorous outlook on current events, he now works as a freelance writer based in California.

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