Democrats Don’t Want FBI Release of Documents

As the old saying goes, “Be careful what you wish for.” Well, the Democrats have wished for trouble.

Understand that the Democrats in no way want the FBI release of documents. Nevertheless, Hillary Clinton began the ruse of “seeking the truth” in her statement shortly after the announcement that the case against her was reopened:

Hillary Clinton and other Democrats have issued the talking points, and the solution to their ClintonGate v2.0 is to pretend they want the truth.

Interesting. The woman who deleted 33,000 emails, then instructed staffers to smash smartphones and bleach-bit servers now wants the truth to come out?

After saying she wants complete transparency, Hillary Clinton has not said to staffers,

“Nobody should plead the 5th to protect me or yourselves. You’ve done nothing wrong.”

Staffers certainly have no criminal repercussions, given that Clinton said, “I TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY!”

Ahhh, reminds me of a more gentile time, when somebody said, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor…period!

So now, like she did when subpoenaed by Congress, Hillary Clinton claims she’s doing all she can to “help” the investigation.

Note: Hillary Clinton (and Democrats’) definition of “help?” (See Black People and American Indians)

According to Business Insider,

Four influential Senate Democrats have formally requested that the FBI provide more details on its renewed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, in a letter sent to FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Saturday.

Sens. Tom Carper, Patrick Leahy, Dianne Feinstein, and Ben Cardin requested that the FBI give an update no later than Monday detailing what investigative steps are being taken, how many emails are involved, and whether the emails are duplicates of ones that have already been reviewed.

As one of my fans quipped, “If the Democrats want what’s on Weiner’s server, get it from Hillary Clinton!”

The tactic is classic Liberalism: pretend to be the opposite of what you are.

The Washington Post reported on the strategy as follows:

On Saturday morning, the campaign hastily arranged a telephone briefing with Clinton’s top two aides — campaign chairman John Podesta and campaign manager Robby Mook. The briefing took place on just over 20 minutes’ notice. In addition to the unusual firepower — Podesta does not brief the media regularly — the campaign took the additional step of providing a transcript after the fact, the better to reap any benefit from Podesta’s strong language.

Podesta, a longtime Clinton family confidant, sounded agitated and angry during the call with reporters early Saturday afternoon as he described Comey’s surprise announcement Friday as “long on innuendo and short on facts,” allowing Republicans to “distort and exaggerate” its message. Podesta also sent a strongly worded letter to supporters.

In her appearance Saturday, Clinton stopped just short of accusing Comey, once a registered Republican, of partisan interference in the Nov. 8 election. But she did not attempt to conceal her anger.

Other Democrats went much further, issuing scathing assessments of Comey’s motives and timing, as the potential for new legal jeopardy involving the Democratic nominee roiled an already tumultuous campaign.

On Saturday afternoon, the Clinton campaign sent an email with urgent talking points for its high-level surrogates about Comey’s “controversial action.”

Here’s how it works, in case you missed it:

  • Clinton Team Call including media occurs.
  • Establish talking points; no time for focus group.
  • Find a scapegoat.

The Clinton team initiated the plan. Hillary Clinton feigned innocence. She then asked for what she knows she won’t get, and really doesn’t want.

Comey has the goods on Clinton and many others. For him to defy the Department of Justice protocol of “Protect Hillary Clinton at All Cost” memorandum has epic ramifications. Only a moron (or other form of Democrat, Liberal, or Progressive) would believe otherwise.


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