Prosecutor Reveals Who Ordered The Cover Up Of Hillary’s Crimes

Polls show 56% of Americans disagreed with the FBI’s decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton for using a private email server to transmit classified intelligence.

But why did the FBI take a dive on the case?

A former federal prosecutor just let the cat out of the bag on this pressing question.

When FBI Director James Comey laid out his reasons why he did not believe Hillary Clinton’s conduct rose to that of of a criminal offense, he created more questions than answers.

Some – like Congressman Trey Gowdy – argued Comey rewrote the law when he claimed you needed to establish “intent”.

Others pointed to the statements Clinton made under penalty of perjury that she had turned over all work related emails and had neither sent nor received classified intelligence.

Both of those statements were lies.

Some wondered what the rank-and-file FBI agents thought of the Director’s decision.

After all, it’s their work that is compromised when higher-ups decide laws don’t apply to the powerful.

In an interview with the American Spectator, former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova claimed there is an open revolt against the Director, whom many believe is “a dirty cop”.

The American Spectator reports:

“I know that inside the FBI there is a revolt,” Joseph diGenova tells The American Spectator. “There is a revolt against the director. The people inside the bureau believe the director is a dirty cop. They believe that he threw the [Hillary Clinton email] case. They do not know what he was promised in return. But the people inside the bureau who were involved in the case and who knew about the case are talking to former FBI people expressing their disgust at the conduct of the director.”


The loss of faith in the bureau chief stems in part from a dishonest rendering of the decision not to indict Mrs. Clinton as unanimous rather than unilateral and in part from the bureau’s decision to destroy evidence in the case and grant blanket immunity to Clinton underlings for no possible prosecutorial purpose.


“There is a consensus among the employees that the director has lost all credibility and that he cannot lead the bureau,” diGenova explains. “They are comparing him to L. Patrick Gray, the disgraced former FBI director who threw Watergate papers into the Potomac River. The resistance to the director has made the agency incapable of action. It has been described to me as a depression within the agency unlike anything that anyone has ever seen within the bureau. The director’s public explanation for the unorthodox investigation are viewed by people in the bureau as sophomoric and embarrassing.”

DiGenova also explains many agents working the case wanted to bring charges against Clinton, and says Comey’s claim the decision was unanimous is a “lie”.

From the start of the investigation, many believed it was a rigged endeavor designed to clear Hillary.

Obama endorsed her to succeed him and she stood a good chance of winning the election and becoming President.

There was immense pressure on Comey to go with decision to not charge Hillary and work backwards to manipulate the facts to fit the desired outcome.

When the decision was announced not to charge her, Trump immediately tweeted that the system was rigged.

And it looks like Director Comey was at the core of the rigged system.

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  • Steven Paul

    Now we know that Obama lied about emailing to her server. He’s an unindicted coconspirator. To prosecute her would mean to prosecute him too.

    • antiliberal00

      I am in favor of that.

  • Gary Frost

    Clinton continues to demonstrate that she is a national security threat. Even in the last debate she further demonstrated that indifference to national security when she revealed nuke response times. Can you image what she would give away as POTUS? It ins’t so much that she is clueless, but rather that she simply doesn’t care. She is so self absorbed and only considers her own purposes of obtaining more wealth and power that even national security is of no concern to her,

  • Ted Skibinski

    It seems that one by one the despeRATs are undermining Either the financial Stability or the Central core of MANY institutions that make the U S what it is . Economy / Deficit , Military , Cuts in funding and demoralization , The just us department that is selective as to whom it punishes , and the FBI , whose case was thrown out against lawless individuals , the immigration peoples who have suffered a cut in funding and required to NOT do their job , the education department that has dropped its standards and become more of an indoctrination system than education ? How will we survive ?TRUMP !

  • Rich Olmsted

    John Adams: “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Since there are currently none of those in the highest offices of government, our republic is collapsing.

    • Eldjr

      They have to be elected to office by people that care about civic virtue. Progressives have convinced certain constituencies that America is ‘rigged’ against them and they must wrest the rights of ‘the oppressors’ out of their hands in order to survive; that they must use injustice to receive justice; that there is no God, no “Supreme Judge of the world” – to cite Jefferson’s language – to whom we may righteously and faithfully appeal “…for the rectitude of our intentions” [Declaration of Independence].

      Progressives have sown the seeds of dissimulation, distrust and public strife for near 100 years, and the fruit is now ripe and falling from the branches.

      The “American experiment” in self-government was FIRST whether we might govern our own selves morally, and in doing so, be enabled to govern ourselves civilly within the metes and bounds of a Constitution which, as you cite John Adams, was “only written to govern a moral and religious People.”

      Political and other civic leaders which speak against the Constitution, its Bill of Rights, and republicanism itself do so in unintended confession that they do not believe that the self-evident truths which rest at the foundation [fundament] of the American Republic. They are enemies of Liberty, the Republic, the People which ordained and established it, enemies of Domestic tranquility, enemies of true Justice, and are thus the enemies of the God of Heaven Himself.

      Our Divinely-endowed Rights may be violated, but never “taken away” because they come from the Creator, not from men. The cost of that violation will certaiinly be met in judgment, as will faithless retaliation in kind. Our challenge is to live Godly in Godless times as did Daniel and his friends when captive in Babylon.

      We are but pilgrims on this Earth. If we invest our hearts in it, we will certainly perish with it when the Son of Man returns. Let not your hearts be troubled.

  • David Stewart

    The only Feds not on the take are taxpayers; how sad!

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  • 1937shirley

    Corruption at the highest levels in the Obama administration and will continue unabated should Clinton become president. America will become an example of the dead Roman empire that supposedly could never fail. So sad to say goodbye America as we have known it and have been so proud of it.

    • 1936benz

      The corruption is not limited to the Obama administration. It crosses all party lines, all ethnicities, all political orientation. The corruption in Washington in endemic, and that place needs an enema.

  • Elroy_Jetson

    Comey and Lynch will be re-appointed under Clinton. She will need a couple of patsies to do her bidding, and they have proven they will. Bot Comey, Lynch, (and Obama) should be indicted under this scandal. But if you don’t vote Trump, they get away scot free. Remember, the sitting President has the right of pardon. …or prosecution.

  • Mary Gemlich

    It is self-evident that we have been living under a rigged mafia government for many decades — even before the JFK Assassination. But, the fact that they got away with murdering JFK has emboldened them to the point that they have become more open and defiant as if to say “what are you going to do about it?”. Worst yet, there does not seem to be more than a handful of honest leaders in our nation who are willing to stand up and lead us in the fight against them! So, they get away with ALL their crimes, not just the ones that they are clumsy enough through which to expose their weasel corruption to us with contempt.
    This includes our self-serving congress; our dept. of injustice and president; and even our judicial supreme court and the Chief justice who defied all of the basic judicial principles to grant whatever demands barack insane obama very publicly makes.
    The FBI plus our civilian mafia along with the CIA and high elected officials (LBJ & Nixon) were all involved in JFK’s assassination, transcending all parties. Surprise Surprise!

  • James Andrews

    I am not surprised at the Level of corruption in this Govt…Is this a Govt for the People or a Govt for criminals posing as Public Servants ! We Need Trump desperately and I hope we are not expecting him to do miracles to Clean up this Mess that is decades old…He is a man for the Job and I think he is up to the challenge if he picks good men for his cabinet and other positions of authority.
    These are challenging times to save our Republic or lose it forever ..I am casting my vote for Trump and Pence…I will be Proud to do it Too !

  • Mike

    Information everyone knows, the question is what is being done about it. Is Comey resigning or admitting error, did any FBI agents resign or request reassignment, did any FBI agents decide to go public, NO, nothing, everything is running status quo. AMERICA wants to know what will be done with Comey since he conspired to let Clinton off, especially since the evidence was so overwhelming. There are people in PRISON who did much less in terms of classified documents. AMERICA wants justice and not just for her emails but also for BENGHAZI.

  • rfkcalif

    I have said before and I will continue to say it. Anyone who votes for Clinton is just as corrupt and crooked as she is. I don’t care what the other agents feels may be, it is the end game and only one agent needs to come forward to tell the American public what a crooked, corrupt woman Clinton is. I find it funny, not hilarious that the FBI can go after the mafia and prosecute them, but can’t find anything wrong with the Clinton Crime family?

  • Bill Cash

    IT IS A DISGRACE when the most trusted, highest, investigative agency of the U S is corrupted this way. Everyone from Mr. Obama down knows that Comey trashed this investigation. Up until then the comments about him were all favorable and the public really believed he would stand up. Instead he has dragged the agency and ALL of the agents into the pit.

  • nanmh

    This is a perfect example why the second amendment was put in, It’s time to Gear up, Arm up ,Step up and FIGHT.

    • 1936benz

      Don’t be foolish. I’ve been to several civil wars, and it isn’t pretty. We are swimming in luxury here, and no one is ready to sacrifice all they have – or might have – to settle dissatisfaction with the Federal Government. And that is what it is – dissatisfaction. We sit on our fat butts and pound away on key-boards expressing our frustration, but if you’re a working American, you don’t want to surrender that pay check. If you have family members for whom you are responsible, you shouldn’t be willing to sacrifice their well-being because of dissatisfaction with the government. Most people in this country have never missed a meal or done without a night’s sleep, to say nothing of experiencing a civil war. When we want gasoline, we stop and “fill-er-up” and then waddle into the mini-mart to buy beer or milk on our way home. We never think about how we would exist should the power go off, the gasoline run dry, the phones quit working, the contents of the freezer melt, and no food on the table. Instead, most of America will watch “dancing with the stars” without even bothering to vote. Please don’t talk of “arming up”, “stepping up” (unless its at the ballot box) and “fighting.” That is hell – I’ve seen it, and I certainly don’t want my family to experience it.

      • nanmh

        Your a coward.

        • 1936benz

          What you meant to say was “you’re a coward.” It is a contraction of the phrase “you are”, thus requires an apostrophe in place of the omitted characters.

          • nanmh

            What ever. your still a coward.

          • 1936benz

            You STILL can’t seem to get it right. You’re supposed to write “Whatever, you’re still a coward.” The term “whatever” is one word, and the contraction “you’re” has already been (patiently) explained. Surely you can understand this. After all, your parents are spending a great amount of money in their attempt to educate you, so let’s not waste it. Please re-do, get back with me tomorrow with your statement corrected, or it will affect your grade. I DO expect to see your response no later than Friday afternoon.

          • nanmh

            here you can under stand this , FUCK YOU PUNK ASS COWARD.
            Do every one a favor go kill your self.

          • 1936benz

            You poor little guy. For some reason you seem to have a profound learning disability; perhaps you should see a therapist (although at least you did respond before the deadline, as instructed). For one thing, the statement “here you can under stand this” is so poorly written that it really is difficult to explain within the limitations of this post (“here” should have been capitalized, to start with…). The statement “FUCK YOU” should have been followed at the very least by an exclamation point, as it is a stand-alone phrase. Now go back and try it again, or I’m going to have to give you detention. If that is the case, a note to your parents will be forthcoming.

  • Lawana Gray

    In a recent speech Clinton said “Nobody is above the law”. What she didn’t mention was the little asterisk at the end of her statement. The whole sentence should read “Nobody is above the law … unless their last name is Clinton”. And time and again that statement has been proved true. The only thing I can figure is they’re using all their illegal monies they’ve made over the years to pay people to vote for her. Lets face it … no sane person in their right mind would vote for Hillary Clinton without receiving some sort of monetary compensation.

  • 1936benz

    Schrillery will NEVER be indicted – she and Billy-Bob have too much dirt on everyone inside the beltway – and elsewhere. They have built an entire career and livelihood around criminal enterprises and corruption, and have protected their actions with blackmail and shakedowns. When a new up-and-coming Senator comes to town, they immediately start collecting dirt on him/her. If there isn’t any to collect, they shovel some into the newbee’s life. It’s amazing how much mileage they can get from a $1,000-an-hour, Washington, D.C. hooker unleashed on the new, fresh-faced, naive politician during an innocuous-appearing “cocktail party”. And besides the honey-trap, there’s always drugs or some other vice (and everyone has one or two). If they don’t have dirt on someone, then they have dirt on his/her boss and mentor, who very quickly gives them a trip to the woodshed should they stray from the house rules. This goes for Repubs as well as Dems, and for everyone in leadership positions in every department – it’s not simply out of incompetence (although there’s a lot of that, too) that the Republicans haven’t raised hell about the lack of an indictment, and Trey Gowdy’s investigation (unbeknownst even to him) is nothing more than smoke and mirrors, a dog-and-pony show for public consumption. All of this is also one reason EVERYONE up there is terrified of Donald Trump – and that is why the Republicans who have come out in support of him are at the state level, while the power-brokers in Washington are running scared, and are looking for any way out of this mess, even if means giving the election to Satan incarnate – Schrillery.

  • bob essig

    What this article is NOT telling you is that the president was talking on Killary’s unsecured e-mail server which means he COULD be charged with treason for revealing classified information. BOTH KILLARY AND OBUMMER WOULD HAVE BEEN CHARGED!!!! That’s why no charges were filed. A TOTAL DERELICTION OF DUTY!!!!!!!!!