Huma Abedin’s WEINERGATE EMAILS to be Released

Huma Abedin’s WEINERGATE EMAILS to be Released

Talk about opening a can of worms.

People have been trying to get a look at Abedin’s emails for quite some time. Interestingly, we are no longer merely scrutinizing the emails to get Abedin. Now we get the added benefit of seeing what the FBI intentionally overlooked.

According to The UK Mail,

The State Department is set to release portions of 2,800 of Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s work-related emails and other documents, all recovered last year by the FBI on a laptop belonging to her estranged husband Anthony Weiner.

Tom Fitton, president of the center-right government transparency group Judicial Watch, tweeted on Thursday afternoon that State would publish ‘releasable portions’ of the documents on Friday.

Fitton asked whether President Donald Trump’s Justice Department would ‘finally take action on Clinton/Abedin misdeeds.’

Weiner handed his computer over to federal investigators as the FBI probed allegations that he had been sexting with an underage girl, a story first broken by DailyMail.com.

In May of 2016, Abedin was interviewed by the FBI. As we’ve learned, her interview and those of other Clinton satellites weren’t necessarily fault-find with Clinton or her team. Instead, these interviews provided cover for Clinton, et al, as the FBI prepped the Clinton team on how things should be handled.

Some of Hillary Clinton’s closest aides, including her longtime adviser Huma Abedin, have provided interviews to federal investigators, as the FBI probe into the security of her private email server nears completion, U.S. officials briefed on the investigation tell CNN. The investigation is still ongoing, but so far investigators haven’t found evidence to prove that Clinton willfully violated the law the U.S. officials say.

Only months later, 5 Clinton staffers were given immunity deals.

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The Washington Examiner reported at the time:

Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff, received an immunity deal from the Justice Department during the year-long FBI investigation of Clinton’s server.

Two other State Department staffers, John Bentel and Heather Samuelson, were also given immunity agreements, bringing the total number of witnesses who were protected by deals to five.

Bryan Pagliano, Clinton’s former IT aide, and Paul Combetta, an employee at the firm hired to manage her server after she left the State Department, received such protection through deals that were reported previously.

The immunity agreements given to Mills and Samuelson covered the evidence recovered from their computers, a Democratic staffer told the Washington Examiner. The deals did not extend to their testimony before Congress or to the information they told the FBI, the staffer said.

Pagliano was held in contempt of Congress Thursday for his failure to comply with a subpoena for testimony and documents. Combetta appeared before the House Oversight Committee last week, but invoked his Fifth Amendment rights and refused to answer questions.

The FBI has said Clinton and her staff exhibited “extreme carelessness” by sharing classified information on an unsecured server that was kept in Clinton’s basement.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said the immunity deals were “beyond explanation.”

By now most people have connected the dots. It’s clear the FBI provided cover for Clinton and many others.

Currently, we await the other shoe to fall on Clinton and team.

2017 was a rough year for the Left, since they refused to jump on the Trump Train. For those who continue to follow the tracks and avoid the train, 2018 will be far worse politically.

Let’s see what information is gleaned from this latest release. What we know for a fact is it won’t be good for Abedin or the Clintons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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