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  • Originally posted by Jonathan View Post
    There is no evidence whatsoever to indicate Obama knew Hillary was running a private email server in her home. Private domain name =/= private email server.
    You have no idea what he knew or did not knew.

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    • Originally posted by J.Noah ה View Post

      You have no idea what he knew or did not knew.
      No shit Sherlock. I said there is no evidence that he knew. You are the one that said:

      Originally posted by J.Noah
      But yes, Obama like everyone else if he had known, which I'm sure he did.
      Jesus Christ. Reading comprehension level = Potato.

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      • Comedy gold. In a tragic, abuse of power kind of way.

        Uh Oh: New Texts Suggest Obama WH, CIA, FBI, And Harry Reid Colluded At Outset Of Russia Probe


        Newly uncovered text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page suggest a possible coordination between high-ranking officials at the Obama White House, CIA, FBI, Justice Department and former Senate Democratic leadership in the early stages of the investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to GOP congressional investigators on Wednesday. Republican investigators provided documents to Fox News which -- they say -- “strongly suggest” coordination between former President Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, then-Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, and CIA Director John Brennan —which they say would “contradict” the Obama administration’s public stance about its hand in the process.
        https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattve...et-of-n2465737

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        • ^^^ what riderboy posted

          ..and they seem so holier than thou....

          Strzok was later reassigned to human resources. He was a top counterintelligence. Strzok was also involved in the Hillary Clinton email probe, where the two were texting that they felt the bureau was going too hard on Hillary. Other texts reportedly showed the two attempting to collude with a FISA judge, who presided briefly over the case involving former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The judge, Rudolph Contreras, was recused a short time after Flynn pled guilty to lying to the FBI. They also mentioned skirting federal records regulations. Oh, and Strzok was reportedly informed that there might be evidence of a breach in Clinton’s server; he did nothing about it. Katie wrote today that the DOJ inspector general is going to look into reported FISA abuses at the FBI. It has not been a banner year for the FBI.

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          • Holy smokes! I may have just put a lot of the pieces together!!!

            We know Clinton's email server was unsecured, and during the press brief from Comey regarding the server a couple years ago, he confirmed the server was accessed by foreign actors. All of that information is now compromised because of foreign actors accessing her server. [This is important.]

            We know the Weiner laptop contained and "insurance" file. NYPD accessed this laptop because of Weiner's child porn and general dirt-baggery (typical of someone close to a Clinton confidant). If this information was not properly labelled as CLASSIFIED, then the NYPD detectives would've reviewed it. Also, keep in mind that the NYPD has its own counter-terror operations that many consider on-par with national-level counter-terror operators, so I'm sure they have NYPD Officers with Top Secret clearances working for them.

            Presidents appoint Ambassadors. Ambassadors are often the #1 spy in a country, particularly in countries with crazy stuff going on (Libya). Presidents typically appoint high-level donors with cushy ambassador positions. They also appoint ambassadors to handle crappy countries; these guys and gals are typically spies and/or some of their duties are the same as those assigned to spies.

            We know SAPs were on Clinton's server. SAPs (Special Access Programs) are Top Secret level information with a VERY limited audience. (Nothing is higher than Top Secret, it's just more carefully stove-piped by those who hold the info.) SAPs often are such that they contain personally identifiable information (PID) of Spies at any level, where they're operating and why, etc. from Ambassador on down.

            Exposing SAPs allowed Clinton to be a "spymaker" at any level she so chose, as long as she could get a hold of an SAP (technically, presidents don't even have a "Need to Know" when it comes to SAPs. This is some evil, bad, treasonous stuff. If she was elected she would've had unprecedented control of all sorts of happenings all over the world.

            This is why Benghazi is important. (As is Fast & Furious.)

            We know that weapons were run through Mexico via Fast & Furious, and subsequently used in the Bataclan Massacre. These weapons were not properly tracked in the same way we would conduct similar ops when I was in the military.

            We know that newer-serial # Stingers (i.e. NOT from our days of supporting the Mujahadeen against Russia) were run through Libya and/or other parts of the ME, and were subsequently used to bring down some of our helos in Afghanistan.

            Ambassador Stevens knew some of this.

            Ambassador Stevens was murdered (tacitly) by Clinton and Obama because Stevens was going to expose some of this crap.

            TREASON!! MURDER!! ETC!!!
            (If you can't tell, I'm really wound up about this. I might even start to think there's considerable legitimacy to #Pizzagate...)

            Who's allowed to classify or unclassify almost any information he sees fit? [Hint: He's your President if you're a US Citizen.]

            I would say, "Get ready for the fun," but this realization is quite depressing knowing that politicians willingly allowed my fellow Soldiers to be murdered...

            The entire Russia investigation has been the biggest rope-a-dope in HISTORY!!!

            This is only the tip of iceberg with everything right now...

            Thanks for reading! I really might be done posting here now. Just watch as the pieces fall into place.

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            • Your post needs more bolded sentences and one more dash of conspiratorial thinking.

              Thank god for internet super-sleuths to figure out everything in the world.

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              • Meanwhile the POTUS himself is a walking security breach:

                https://www.businessinsider.com.au/s...18-2?r=US&IR=T

                https://qz.com/984309/a-list-of-the-...eaches-so-far/

                https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...b0c6726e116679

                https://www.fastcompany.com/40531098...curity-threats

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                • I hope he gets it. LOVE to hear what this crook has to say. This is getting very interesting.

                  McCabe asks for immunity in congressional hearing over FBI handling of Clinton email probe
                  Ousted FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is seeking immunity in exchange for his testimony on the agencies handling of the Clinton email probe during the 2016 presidential election, according to documents viewed Tuesday night. Michael Bromwich, an attorney representing McCabe, sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, on Tuesday requesting that McCabe be granted immunity in exchange for testimony surrounding the inspector general’s report that he leaked information and lied about it to former FBI director James Comey.
                  Bromwich told the senator, “McCabe welcomes your invitation to testify and is eager to answer any questions that you or other members of the Committee have,” adding that because of his “criminal referral” by the inspector general, he could face prosecution.
                  http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018...ail-probe.html

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                  • Part of this investigation has been leaked, the full report was due out at the end of May. Best guess is that perhaps it will come out next week possibly.


                    The White House is about to snag a major victory in its war against Comey and the FBI
                    • ABC News says the Department of Justice's internal watchdog has concluded that James Comey and Loretta Lynch, then the FBI director and the attorney general, acted improperly in their handling of the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
                    http://www.businessinsider.com/doj-c...l-probe-2018-6

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                    • Comey said it was Lynch's apparent ambivalence toward the investigation that prompted him to call a press conference in July 2016 announcing that the FBI would not recommend charges be filed against Clinton. He noted during the presser that he had not consulted with the Department of Justice about the statement he was about to make. Comey later said he specified that to assure the public of the FBI's independence.
                      Horowitz's draft report also reportedly criticized Comey for sending a letter to Congress in October 2016 announcing that the FBI had reopened its investigation into Clinton, who has repeatedly said the letter — sent days before the election — was the final nail in the coffin for her 2016 presidential bid.
                      Sounds like a Benghazi report, all smoke and no fire.

                      So Comey didn't follow protocol and dissed Lynch, an Obama appointee, by holding that presser, then again threw Clinton under the bus for sending a letter to Congress about reopening the email investigation late in the elections....according to the article.

                      Neocons are mad at Comey about what again???

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                      • Originally posted by Rapier55 View Post

                        Sounds like a Benghazi report, all smoke and no fire.

                        So Comey didn't follow protocol and dissed Lynch, an Obama appointee, by holding that presser, then again threw Clinton under the bus for sending a letter to Congress about reopening the email investigation late in the elections....according to the article.

                        Neocons are mad at Comey about what again???
                        Full report is not out yet. BUT! Comey never had the authority to decide whether or not charges should be filed against Hillary, the AG does, so although he ticked off law after law that Hillary broke, he claimed their was no "intent" on her part to do so. Pure bullshit. He completely made that up and he had no authority at all to do so. The "investigation" against Hillary regarding the private illegal server she kept for State Dept business in her Chappaqua home basement and the illegal trafficking of classified intelligence was a joke. The reason why? See below. Comey, McCabe, Strozk, Page all these people knew Hillary was a lock to win and after she won this would all be swept away. Unfortunately Trump won, and now we are in the process of awaiting the full IG report on just how Jivin' Jim Comey and the rest of the players usurped their authority and just how corrupt the Obama Administration, DOJ and FBI were.


                        Clinton–Obama Emails: The Key to Understanding Why Hillary Wasn’t Indicted
                        New FBI texts highlight a motive to conceal the president’s involvement. From the first, these columns have argued that the whitewash of the Hillary Clinton–emails caper was President Barack Obama’s call — not the FBI’s, and not the Justice Department’s. (See, e.g., here, here, and here.) The decision was inevitable. Obama, using a pseudonymous email account, had repeatedly communicated with Secretary Clinton over her private, non-secure email account.

                        https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/...ndict-hillary/

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                        • Kurtz: Arrest of Senate Intel Staffer, Seizure of NYT Reporter's Records Will Have 'Chilling Effect'

                          http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/06/0...er-ali-watkins
                          Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz said Friday that the arrest of a veteran Senate Intelligence Committee staffer and the seizure of a New York Times reporter's records will have a "chilling effect" on journalists.

                          James A. Wolfe, 58, was indicted for allegedly giving false statements to the FBI about his contacts with three reporters and for lying about giving two reporters non-public information about committee matters. As security director, Wolfe was responsible for maintaining classified information.

                          Wolfe was allegedly in contact Ali Watkins, with whom he also had a three-year romantic relationship. Watkins, who now works for the New York Times and formerly worked for Buzzfeed and Politico, had her email and phone records seized by federal investigators who are looking into leaks of classified information from the committee.

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                          • Who Is James A. Wolfe? Former Senate Intel Panel Security Director Indicted for Lying to FBI
                            By Christina Zhao On 6/8/18 at 4:29 AM

                            http://www.newsweek.com/who-james-wo...ing-fbi-965642
                            "[He] maintained that he had never disclosed to REPORTER #2 classified information or information that he learned as Director of Security for the (Committee) that was not otherwise publicly available," the indictment said.
                            According to investigators, Wolfe’s emails and phone data proved that the pair exchanged "tens of thousands of electronic communications." One particular text message sent by Wolfe read, "I've watched your career take off even before you ever had a career in journalism.… I always tried to give you as much information that I could and to do the right thing with it, so you could get that scoop before anyone else…."
                            Wolfe was the security director at the SSCI for three decades from 1987 to 2017 and reportedly managed all classified information, from the Executive Office to the panel. He left the organization in December and formally retired in May, reported The New York Times. Wolfe is scheduled to make his initial appearance on Friday morning at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

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                            • Originally posted by Cowboy's daughter View Post
                              Who Is James A. Wolfe? Former Senate Intel Panel Security Director Indicted for Lying to FBI
                              By Christina Zhao On 6/8/18 at 4:29 AM

                              http://www.newsweek.com/who-james-wo...ing-fbi-965642
                              "[He] maintained that he had never disclosed to REPORTER #2 classified information or information that he learned as Director of Security for the (Committee) that was not otherwise publicly available," the indictment said.
                              According to investigators, Wolfe’s emails and phone data proved that the pair exchanged "tens of thousands of electronic communications." One particular text message sent by Wolfe read, "I've watched your career take off even before you ever had a career in journalism.… I always tried to give you as much information that I could and to do the right thing with it, so you could get that scoop before anyone else…."
                              Wolfe was the security director at the SSCI for three decades from 1987 to 2017 and reportedly managed all classified information, from the Executive Office to the panel. He left the organization in December and formally retired in May, reported The New York Times. Wolfe is scheduled to make his initial appearance on Friday morning at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.
                              IG report due out tomorrow, McCabe is suing the FBI and DOJ over his firing, this clown was leaking classified info to his girlfriend, a NY Times reporter. My my my the chickens are indeed coming home to roost!

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                              • A black day for the FBI. James Comey must surely be one of the most disgraced men in America, he and his cohorts have really soiled the reputation of the FBI. Quite a bit in the IG report out today, confirmation that indeed Hillary's use of a private email server and it's use in transmitting classified information was compromised by foreign countries. That would include messages President Obama sent along those insecure lines, something he denied knowing anything about. Just sad and depressing that this type of bias and animus was present at the highest levels of the FBI. A sample; FBI Director Wray says agents will be held accountable. HA!

                                http://thefederalist.com/2018/06/14/...tering-report/

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