FBI Gave Immunity to Hillary Clinton in Email Scandal

OK. That’s a lie.  But they did offer a handful of cronies immunity:


Now it turns out the FBI granted immunity to much bigger fish in the Clinton political tank. Three more people got a pass from the Bureau in exchange for their cooperation: Hillary lawyer Heather Samuelson, State Department IT boss John Bental, and – by far the most consequential – Cheryl Mills, who has been a Clinton flunky-cum-factotum for decades.

[I don’t know what that last part means, but we’ve all heard the rumors. – Dave]

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Mills served as the State Department’s Chief of Staff and Counselor throughout Hillary’s tenure as our nation’s top diplomat. Granting her immunity in EmailGate, given her deep involvement in that scandal – including the destruction of tens of thousands of emails so they could not be handed over to the FBI – now seems curious, to say the least, particularly because Mills sat in on Hillary’s chat with the Bureau regarding EmailGate.

This was in fact so highly irregular that Jason Chaffetz, chair of the House Oversight Committee, pronounced himself “absolutely stunned” by the FBI’s granting of immunity to Cheryl Mills – which he learned of only on Friday.


I don’t know if this proves that Hillary was never going to be charged, because the fix was it — or the FBI really hoped to get some kind of usable information.  I think the first interpretation is correct.

I also figure Nixon was an amateur compared to these clowns.  Sorry, clowns. 





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1 Response to FBI Gave Immunity to Hillary Clinton in Email Scandal

  1. Tulip says:

    I watched a clip today in which Trey Gowdy clarified that it is not the FBI who grants immunity, but the DOJ – a small quibble but necessary distinction. But of course Lynch does what Comey tells her to, right? That’s why it was no big deal for her to meet with husband and potential witness, Bill, on the tarmac.

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