Hillary Clinton

Comey-Clinton Collusion Detailed in Latest Report on Private Server

For those who believe that Hillary Clinton should never have gotten the chance to run for President last year, your vindication is nigh.

The corrupt and crooked Clinton was a lightning rod of controversy during the 2016 presidential election for a myriad of reasons.  The American people were already well aware of the former First Lady’s incorrigible reputation as a career criminal, and whistleblower website Wikileaks was about to drop a number of bombshells on her supporters via leaked emails from campaign manager John Podesta.

In the emails, Clinton’s pay-to-play schemes at the State Department were exposed, as well as a number of scary bits of conjecture regarding the candidate’s failing health.  Clinton’s most egregious actions were exposed as well, including her collusion with the DNC itself in order to negate the threat posed by primary challenger Bernie Sanders.

These new revelations were merely the icing on the proverbial cake, however, as America demanded answers regarding Clinton’s illegal use of a private email server to shuffle and hide confidential and secure emails during her time as Secretary of State.  For this charge, Clinton was let off the hook by soon-to-be-fired FBI Director James Comey.

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At the time, Comey’s move seemed more than just a bit fishy.  Now, months later, we have definitive proof that Comey’s capitulation of Clinton was nothing short of collusion.

“The FBI released documents on Monday that proved former FBI Director James Comey began writing his letter exonerating Hillary Clinton in the FBI’s criminal investigation into her use of a private email server before he even interviewed her.

“The document, titled ‘Drafts of Director Comey’s July 5, 2016 Statement Regarding Email Server Investigation Part 01 of 01,’ was heavily redacted to the public, but, as Fox News reported, two-Republican Senators said that it raised serious questions about the validity of the investigation:

“‘The existence of the documents, reported by Newsweek, were first brought to light by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., also a member of the committee, after they reviewed transcripts of interviews with top Comey aides who alluded to the email’s existence.’

“‘The senators penned a letter on Aug. 30 to newly-appointed FBI Director Christopher Wray noting their findings, saying that “it appears that in April or early May of 2016, Mr. Comey had already decided he would issue a statement exonerating Secretary Clinton. That was long before FBI agents finished their work,” the letter said. “The outcome of an investigation should not be prejudged while FBI agents are still hard at work trying to gather the facts.”'”

With Comey’s actions coming well before any true closure in the case, the only possible conclusion is that the former FBI Director was unequivocally protecting Hillary’s public perception in order to allow the former Secretary of State to continue to compete with eventual President Donald Trump.

This week has been tough for Hillary Clinton.  Not only has the democratic diva broken a toe, but new allegations of a vast Russian bribery scheme are coming to light with a possible primetime exposure on the books for Tuesday night via the work of Sean Hannity.

Oh, and how could we forget that The Clinton Foundation is now refusing to return the money donated to them by alleged serial rapist Harvey Weinstein.

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