Majority Of Clinton’s Staff And FBI Agents Called For Investigation

The decision by the FBI to not prosecute Hillary Clinton for her mishandling of classified information was strictly from the top-down, a source told Fox News.

The source is anonymous, however, it is said that he or she is a close member of the Clinton staff.

The source also states that many wanted to prosecute, and even the majority of Clinton’s own staff thought she should be investigated.

The Daily Caller reports:

“It is safe to say the vast majority felt she should be prosecuted,” the senior FBI official told Fox News, noting that it was “unanimous” that they all wanted Clinton’s “security clearance yanked.”

However, the decision was clearly politically-fueled. When FBI director James Comey announced the decision on July 5th to not prosecute, he had more than a few people blown away — and angry.

According to WikiLeaks, leaked emails from John Podesta claim that Clinton had Justice Department ties who protected her and some of her staff members from indictment.

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, along with many other Republican Congressmen, called for a probe to investigate the “special treatment given to key witnesses during the investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized use of a private email server to send and receive classified information.”

The DOJ and the FBI are both roiled  by the decision not to indict the Democratic presidential candidate for her acts, which were nothing short of treason.

The source reports that many are disgruntled by the decision, especially career-agents and attorneys who had been working closely on the case to gain evidence and testimonies.

The Daily Caller reports:

“No trial level attorney agreed, no agent working the case agreed, with the decision not to prosecute — it was a top-down decision,” said the source, who is described as an official close to the Clinton case.

A high-ranking FBI official also stated that, though it was not unanimous that she should be prosecuted, it was unanimous that everyone wanted her security clearance yanked.

Though the FBI did not comment directly on whether there was political manipulation by Clinton at play in this case, they did comment on the decision not to prosecute.

Fox News reports:

“I know there were many opinions expressed by people who were not part of the investigation – including people in government – but none of that mattered to us,” Comey said July 5  in announcing the FBI’s decision on the Clinton emails. “Opinions are irrelevant, and they were all uninformed by insight into our investigation, because we did the investigation the right way. Only facts matter, and the FBI found them here in an entirely apolitical and professional way.”

It is well known that many FBI agents working in the field on Clinton’s case had amassed an enormous amount of evidence against the former Secretary of State, and reasons for closing the case can clearly only be tied to the political corruption induced by Clinton and her manipulative Foundation.

Many in the FBI are upset with the Director for making the decision not to prosecute.

Fox News reports:

“The FBI has politicized itself, and its reputation will suffer for a long time. I hold Director Comey responsible,” Dennis V. Hughes, the first chief of the FBI’s computer investigations unit, told the Post.  Retired FBI agent Michael M. Biasello added to the report, saying, “Comey has singlehandedly ruined the reputation of the organization.”

The Director of the FBI, James Comey, cited his decision as being based on the assumption that no federal prosecutor would take the case.

What are your thoughts? Should the investigation continue despite the decision made by the FBI not to prosecute? Or are the political motivations behind halting the case enough to bury it?

Leave us your thoughts in the comment section below.

  • NolanR

    Yes, the investigation should continue! This should not stand. One old criminal should not be allowed to tarnish the FBI and cover up her treason, which is exactly what she is guilty of. Comey is guilty of selling his influence and he and every in Clinton’s group who were involved in her crimes should be prosecuted and sent to prison with her for their crimes.

  • Pat

    Yes, this case is far from closed. She is guilty of treason and a whole list of crimes against the people. Her lies have hurt a lot of people and have gotten some killed. It is time someone took the initative and did something to stop this woman before she destroys this whole country single handedly.

  • HittingTheTarget

    Clinton should already be in prison for the multitude of illegal things she’s done. She should be on death row for treason. That Comey decided not to prosecute & gave some flimsy reason just shows he was either paid off or the Clinton camp threatened his family’s safety or used any other of their usual thug tactics. Meanwhile she keeps waving her bloody hands at the crowds like she’s queen, and the morons are blind to it. Unfortunately the morons vote for her too. She will be the final nail in America’s coffin. By the time she’s finished there won’t be a Constitution we recognize, and the words We The People won’t mean squat anymore.

  • John Martin

    Charges of Conspiracy to commit fraud, comes to mind as a start for the present congress. That of course is only applicable if they can get over possibly hurting someones feelings.
    Think of the amount of taxpayer money that could be recovered by confiscating all ill gotten gains of all participants, and cancelling all pensions of those involved.

  • jim

    Hope that there are enough righteous Americans in positions of knowledge and authority to pursue this case. If not, then we are all at the mercy of a totally corrupt ruling class that has usurped the law of the land and stolen the country from its citizens. It is totally sickening how rotten politicians have castrated this entire country. If this is not addressed lawfully, I fear that the only way to save this country is by outright revolution.

    • Donaldo

      Where do we sign up ?

  • Mel

    A cultural change needs to encompass the entire U.S. government. The IRS, Justice Department, the House and Senate and other unnamed government branches, have all become corupted. The needed change will never happen if left up to the current group of career politicians, I include the executive branch, who are all beholden to the 100’s of lobbies, and their own self interest. The lack of ethics, honesty, and self interest, seems to be controlling factors. It is a shame the best and brightest in our society do not enter the political process. If the lack of ethics, lack of honesty and manipulation of the rule of law, are allowed to continue then the electorate will continue to receive what they deserve. The once great media (all forms) that reported the news and events of the day is also a loss I mourn. They have become for the most part a mouthpiece for the political side they support. Many years ago private and public businesses realized if their corporate cultures didn’t change for the better they would not survive. Is our government any different?

  • Karma

    Someone within our sorry excuse for a govt should step up, give this garbage exactly what she deserves, along with any and all that have worked to ignore and/or cover her crimes..TREY GOWDY where are you ?..only man ive seen with the [email protected]\$ to take em all on…

    • Joanne

      Agreed; TREY, WHERE ARE YOU ANYWAY???

  • danintampa

    Yes. Investigate and put Comey in the investigation also. They can hold hands walking down the isle to court and prison. Any one else that hampered the investigation should end up in court also. Top down, if not in court, fired and lose any pension. Could be their choice court of fired. No rewards for their manipulation of the legal system.