FBI Director the Clinton Protector has done it again!

Published on Nov 6, 2016

Found the computer problem finally. Power supply is going out causing comp to shut down just mins into video rendering. Should be fixed up by tonight. Appears Comey values breathing over having the respect and support of his subordinates. How can anyone not see the massive criminal Clinton Coverup? With the letter submitted today, refusing to charge Hillary in light of the evidence, it proves Comey is the Champion for the Corrupt!

Anonymous User

Elites are untouchable those in power know who their next boss is and wouldn’t dare move on her

I am 45 & knew all along she wouldn’t be brought to justice. I also know she will be our next Dictator.
Theresa Brown

I’m getting trauma from all this F’d up shit doom… I feel like my gut is in a knot now having heard what I have been feeling a good while. But in the end Trump will be in A famous friend of mine told me once when you are right and confront the adversary…First they laugh at you, then they try to ignore you, then they have to fight you, then ultimately you win…because you are right and that is your strength,. I feel we are in the ignore phase and our strength here is unless the UN steps in no military or state will kill its own people for her or them. They are fewer and exposed. you are right…

i swear she untouchable and i fear for us all after nov 9th we are all in danger is she the whore in rev. i swear there is a major double standard i had a clearance if i did what she did i be breaking rocks and digging to china so WTF

Could we maybe look at it diffetently. Could we take a positive spin on this? Maybe they told her Trump is going to win, so take your lumps and leave and we won’t prosecute and air all your Satanic dealings? Hmmm, sounds good to me…
Grace by Faith

While he’s in on the conspiracy, Comey can’t prosecute her because she’s above the law and she’ll never spend one second in jail unless they stage it, and then it will be just that – an act in a play. I’m getting tired of posting this on every video, but it’s TRUE! For more information, see the Discussion tab on my channel. She’s a lawyer, and as such not only holds a royal title (Esquire), but isn’t a US citizen because people with titles of nobility must give up their citizenship. And she has double indemnity because there’s also “the Divine Right of Kings” she and Trump can both claim, both being related to King John of England (and having the same 18th grandfather) who signed a treaty with the Pope in 1213 claiming ownership of the entire world and as long as there are heirs to both sides of that contract, the contract stands as it stands today – that’s why all US presidents are related to each other, and now US senators are too! It’s one big, fat conspiracy and fraud, though, and that raging lion’s finally out of the bag.
Kelly Bass

How in the hell can they objectively go through 650,,000 emails in 7 days, when it took 12 months just to go through 33,,000?

I told you guys many months ago that Hillary was picked to be the next president by the Rothschilds you guys were looking for a savior Trump is not your savior neither is your Jesus Christ both of them are not coming to save your asses. if you don’t stand up now and take back your Republic then you deserve what’s coming I don’t feel sorry for you. I do however feel sorry for children 17 years and younger because they rely on their parents for guidance and safety and you can’t even do that.

Dems, media, NeverTrump have national panic attack…


Stunned by FBI bombshell, pundits and Clinton allies whip up new ‘Red Scare’

by Jim Stinson | Updated 02 Nov 2016 at 10:24 AM

There have been few political meltdowns such as the ones being seen in real time now, thanks to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s woes with the FBI.

There’s James Carville turning into an exploding pumpkin on CNN on Monday. There’s Harry Reid threatening the FBI director with a violation of the 1939 Hatch Act.


And there’s the new Red Scare — the suggestion that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is a Manchurian candidate, a tool of the Russian KGB. That silly charge is back and bigger than ever. In their frenzy to tar Trump as somehow tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin, media big shots are not even watching their own reports.

On Tuesday morning, CBS News morning host Gayle King asked why the FBI wasn’t looking at Trump’s alleged ties to Russia. Just minutes earlier, CBS News reporter Norah O’Donnell cited a New York Times article stating there were no Trump ties to Russia, per the FBI.

Slate also got burned by, of all outlets, The Times. The left-wing digital outlet reported, breathlessly, that Trump’s servers had been communicating with a Russian bank. Then The Times story came out debunking the claim as nonsense.

And there’s Geraldo Rivera, the old Clinton hatchet man from the 1990s. The commentator went ballistic on Monday and Tuesday when he suggested Clinton’s email scandal was dumb and harmless. He called the Clinton email issue a “GOP plot.”

Reid sent the first command to attack President Obama’s FBI director on Sunday. The Democratic Senate minority leader accused FBI Director James Comey of violating the 1939 Hatch Act, a law against government officials using their position or government resources for campaign purposes, for daring to mention a Democratic candidate within two weeks of an election.

Longtime Democratic guru James Carville then freaked out on Monday.

In an already infamous meltdown on MSNBC, Carville, a longtime operative for the Clinton family, melted down in an extended rant. He even blamed the anchor for siding with the Republicans and the KGB.

“This is in effect an attempt to hijack an election,” Carville said. “It’s unprecedented … the House Republicans and the KGB are trying to influence our democracy.”

Carville repeatedly asserted House Republicans and Russian intelligence were manipulating a pliant FBI.

The meltdowns are a good sign that Trump is closing in on the target. Democrats know voters generally do not like to vote for candidates under current criminal investigation.

On Friday, Comey said he was looking anew at Clinton’s server, which she used from 2009 to 2013 while secretary of state. The FBI had declined to press charges on July 5, when Comey announced Clinton’s handling of classified material did not constitute “gross negligence.”

But when new emails were discovered in October on a laptop owned by Huma Abedin, longtime Clinton aide, the FBI changed its tune. Reportedly, there are 650,000 emails on a laptop owned by Abedin and her estranged husband, ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner.

Weiner is under investigation for repeatedly engaging in online sex talk with a minor.

And in one fell swoop, the Clinton campaign was hobbled. Here was a scandal that had sex and misbehavior mixed in, giving it long-term legs in the media.

But unlike Trump’s trash talk caught on a hot mic, the FBI is involved in this one. It also resurrects the email issue, which the Clinton campaign has been dealing with since it was first broken by The New York Times on March 2, 2015.

Democrats have since been rushing to the media and sites such as fivethirtyeight.com, the equivalent of Valium for liberals, where they received assurances that Clinton is ahead in the polling averages and projections.

The New York Times chipped in to do its part. The newspaper resurrected the issue of Trump’s income taxes with a story that Trump may have used a “legally dubious” tax deduction in the 1990s. Lower in the story, The Times admits the deduction was “outlawed” after Trump and other businessmen used it — which means it wasn’t that dubious.

And, again, The Times admitted it didn’t have a copy of Trump’s income taxes. For any year. The anxiety is not just confined to media outlets and Democrats.

The “NeverTrump” faction of the GOP is also in full panic mode as the Republican nominee increasingly looks likely to win or lose in a tight contest — leaving them out in the wind.

The Weekly Standard, a chief proponent of NeverTrump elitism, is now in the third stage of grief: bargaining. It tweeted out a link to a story calling on Trump to pledge to serve one term.

And there is Ohio Gov. John Kasich who made a point of telling the media that he officially broke his pledge to support his party’s presidential nominee. He instead wrote in Arizona Sen. John McCain on his ballot. Top Kasich aide John Weaver was a staffer on McCain’s failed 2000 bid.

CNN then reported the Kasich story — and used three reporters to do so.

The election is in one week, so the panic is unlikely to subside. Expect the next stage to begin soon: the throwing of the kitchen sink.

FBI agents ‘wanted to investigate Clinton foundation but were barred by Justice Department’


The FBI has spent the past year investigating the Clinton Foundation over claims they were trading access for donations to the charity, leading to friction between the bureau and the Justice Department. 

Agents in New York and Little Rock have been leading the probe, but have been ordered by senior officials in Washington and the Justice Department to scale back the extent of the probe due to a lack of evidence.

The row emerged over the weekend in the aftermath of the decision by FBI Director James Comey to announce the bureau has reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s email server – less than a fortnight before the election.

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has been thrown into chaos new allegations over her emails, this time contained on a laptop owned by Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of her longterm aide Huma Abedin, left, who was  investigated by the FBI over a sexting scandal

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has been thrown into chaos new allegations over her emails, this time contained on a laptop owned by Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of her longterm aide Huma Abedin, left, who was  investigated by the FBI over a sexting scandal


Abedin’s husband Anthony Weiner, pictured, was investigated by the FBI over allegations that he had sexted a 15-year-old girl. It is understood that the FBI has found emails on Weiner’s computer which relate to Abedin’s work with Clinton at the State Department

Last February, according to the Wall Street Journal, the FBI updated the Justice Department on its investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

But officials at Justice did not believe the FBI had found any significant evidence of corruption that would warrant continued investigation.

However, when Director Comey decided in July that Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server did not warrant prosecution, FBI agents in New York restarted their probe into the Clinton Foundation.

By August, there was increased tension when the Justice Department learned about the continued FBI investigation.

Officials in Washington feared the probe so close to November’s election could be viewed as political interference.



FBI agents in New York wanted access to laptops surrendered by two of Clinton’s former staff under the terms of a plea agreement to search the machines for evidence relating to their charity investigation.

However, this access was denied as the plea agreements only extended to emails directly relating to possible national security issues.

It is understood the agents in New York had already had access to a computer owned by former New York congressman Anthony Weiner, who is the estranged husband of Clinton’s longtime aide Huma Abedin.

Agents had seized Weiner’s computers as part of a separate probe into allegations he had sexted an underage girl. 

During the examination of his laptop, the FBI found emails which they claimed required further investigation.

Director Comey announced the new investigation last week much to the delight of Clinton’s Republican challenger Donald Trump.  


The FBI wants to review the emails to see if they contain classified information and were handled properly, the focus of the earlier Clinton inquiry.

Separately Sunday, another law enforcement official said FBI investigators in the Weiner sexting probe knew for weeks about the existence of the emails potentially related to the probe of Clinton’s server.

A third law enforcement official also said the FBI was aware for a period of time about the emails before Comey was briefed, but wasn’t more specific.

In his letter that enraged Democrats , Comey said he’d been briefed on Thursday about the Abedin emails and had agreed that investigators should take steps to review them.

It was not immediately clear Sunday what steps investigators took once the emails were first found to fully advise FBI leaders that additional and potentially relevant messages had been discovered.
The timing of Comey’s letter less than two weeks before Election Day drew criticism from Democrats and some Republicans who cast it as unprecedented and as potentially tipping the scales in the presidential race in favor of Republican Donald Trump.

Energized by the news, the GOP presidential nominee has rallied his supporters, calling the latest developments worse than Watergate and arguing that his candidacy has the momentum in the final days of the race.

Donald Trump said in Nevada following the revelations: ‘We never thought we were going to say “thank you” to Anthony Weiner.’

Trump also highlighted reports that the Justice Department had discouraged the FBI from alerting Congress to the unexpected discovery of the emails, and said the department is trying ‘so hard’ to protect Clinton.

Comey told FBI colleagues in a memo Friday that he was aware the letter to Congress was at risk of being misunderstood, but he said he felt obligated to notify lawmakers about the new emails after having told them that the matter was closed.

Dozens of former federal prosecutors, including former Attorney General Eric Holder, have signed a letter critical of Comey’s decision. And Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid wrote to Comey saying the action may have violated the law.

Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of State has dogged her campaign since early last year. In July, Comey recommended against criminal prosecution after a months-long investigation, but rebuked Clinton and her aides for being careless with classified material.

Justice Department officials who were advised of the FBI‘s intention to notify Congress about the discovery expressed concern that the action would be inconsistent with department protocols designed to avoid the appearance of interference in an election. Comey acted independently when he sent several members of Congress a letter about the emails on Friday, said one of the officials.

It was not immediately clear what the Abedin emails were about or what significance, if any, they carried to the Clinton email server investigation.


January 13 2009: Hillary Clinton’s aide Justin Cooper sets up clintonemail.com domain. Huma Abedin signs off on it  – a few days later her boss Hillary Clinton is sworn in as Secretary of State

 September 11, 2012: Four Americans are killed in attack on a U.S. base in Benghazi, Libya including Ambassador Chris Stevens

February 1, 2013: Clinton steps down as secretary of state 

Oct. 28, 2014: State Department demands Clinton’s work-related correspondence as part of a congressional investigation into Benghazi

March 2 2015: The New York Times breaks the news that Clinton used a personal email account to conduct government business while secretary of state

July 25: Clinton says she is confident none of the emails on her private email server were classified at the time of sending and receiving

July 6, 2016: The Justice Department closes Clinton email probe and FBI Director James Comey announces the FBI won’t prosecute. The decision was made by Comey because Attorney General Loretta Lynch had to recuse herself after a secret meeting with Bill Clinton

Sept. 21: DailyMail.com reveals that Huma Abedin’s husband Anthony Weiner carried on a months-long online relationship with a 15-year-old girl, exchanging explicit messages and photos earlier in the year

Sept. 29: It emerges that the FBI in New York and a North Carolina district attorney are looking into Weiner’s interaction with the minor

Oct. 7: WikiLeaks begins release of thousands of emails hacked from the Gmail account of John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chair

This is the internal memo obtained by Fox News that Comey sent out

Oct. 28: FBI Director James Comey sends letter to Congress, saying his organization has found emails which ‘appear to be pertinent’ to the Clinton server investigation through a probe for ‘an unrelated case’. That case is the investigation of Weiner

Oct. 30: NBC reports that the FBI have obtained a search warrant for emails related to the Clinton server discovered on Weiner’s laptop – numbering some 650,000 according to the Wall Street Journal

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3889126/FBI-agents-wanted-investigate-Clinton-foundation-barred-bosses-Justice-Department.html#ixzz4OhYKRYEb

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Bundy brothers, 5 other Malheur wildlife refuge occupiers not guilty of conspiracy, firearm charges

Seven people involved in the anti-federal government occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge have been found not guilty of conspiring to impede federal workers from doing their jobs, including Ammon and Ryan Bundy.

A jury found all seven remaining occupiers not-guilty of all charges except for one charge that has yet to be disclosed, KBOI reported.

Ryan and Ammon Bundy, leaders of the six-week-long standoff in Oregon, along with several other members were also found not guilty of possessing a firearm in a federal facility.

A live video from the Bundy Ranch’s Facebook showed some supporters claiming that Ammon Bundy’s attorney Marcus Mumford was tased in court by federal marshals. KATU reported that Mumford was in US Marshal custody after being allegedly tackled for yelling that Bundy was free to go following the announcement of the verdict.

The Bundy brothers have yet to be released due to a federal hold over their standoff in Bunkerville, Nevada. Mumford’s insistence that they were to be released in Oregon is what led to the fight between him and federal marshals, according to KATU.

READ MORE: Closing arguments made in Oregon refuge standoff trial


“None of their conduct was directed at employees,” one defendant’s lawyer explained to KATU. He reiterated that there were no employees at the Malheur Reserve during the occupation and no threats were made towards employees.

Defendant Neil Wampler told KATU, “the verdict came back a clean sweep for all of us.”

“This shows the absolute folly that has been committed by the federal government,” he said and called the trial “political prosecution.”

Wampler added that he had been worried about the results, but said “the government boys were so mismanaged and so incompetent” that the jury was offered no incriminating evidence.

Wampler said his next steps would be to support the Bundy brothers in Nevada, but in the meantime he’d like to “go home, see my son, walk around my town, walk my dog.”


LIMBAUGH: Obama ‘OBSESSED’ With What Critics Are Saying About Him

Published on Oct 24, 2016

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Ethan Diamond

To be fair, he’s a giant pussy.
Gump Worsley

Ethan Diamond+ Fair enough my friend…
Thomas McEwen

Ethan Diamond Trump wouldn’t grab him by the pussy, but around the neck is a good bet, if there is bleach to disinfect Trump’s hands afterwards.

Whatever THEY say about Obama are all true.
Jeannie Miller

Way to go Rush🙂

I love the picture, Rush!!!   Good job!I am so tired of his Lawyer talk/pseudo-lying.  I can’t wait until he is EX=President!

He’s desperate to make a joke about the truth, to divert those who are asleep from fully waking up to the biggest scam perpetrated against the American people ever. The whole house of cards will fall soon as the NWO puppets are exposed for who they really are. Evil usurpation has been committed against the USA.
Dead Planet

I’m taking these kinds of rants coming from Obama and others as an inadvertent admission that they know the polls are rigged and suspect a landslide election of Trump will happen on November 8, 2016.

BOOM: Hard Truth About Trump’s Taxes, The IRS And Obama

Robert Gehl writes that Harry Reid really is disgusting.

Remember when he lied on the floor of the Senate about Mitt Romney’s taxes?

Again, he lied on the floor of the Senate.

Yeah, not only is he not sorry about that, but he thinks it’s one of the greatest things he’s ever done. Here’s what he told The Washington Post:

People bring that up, it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done. Why? Because I knew what he had done was not be transparent and forthright about his taxes and to this day he hasn’t released his tax returns. … Did I want to do that? No. I had the information, I tried to get somebody else to do it. I tried to get somebody in the Obama ‘reelect,’ I tried to get one of the senators, I tried to get one of the outside groups, but nobody would do it. So I did it. And with that, like everything, I think in life, here’s something I learned from my father, if you’re going to do something, don’t do it half-assed, don’t play around. With the Mitt Romney stuff, I didn’t play around…

Again, as the Post notes: Reid is LYING. He’s WRONG. Romney released plenty of information proving he paid his taxes. Reid knows this. There is no line that Reid wouldn’t cross. Don’t believe me? Ask him.

Is there a line he wouldn’t cross when it comes to political warfare?

“I don’t know what that line would be,” [Reid] said.

And folks, he’s about to do it again.

Reid Tweeted Wednesday morning that Trump should “prove” he’s not “mooching off the American taxpayer,” whatever that means.


Tuesday morning, he took to the Senate floor to slander the GOP Presidential candidate.

“He was born with an inheritance but lost his daddy’s wealth,” the Nevada Democrat said. “That is why Donald Trump won’t release his tax returns… Trump is faking his net worth because he doesn’t want us to know that he’s not a good businessman, that he’s not as rich as he would have us believe.”

“He doesn’t crack the list of major real estate players in New York City, let alone the country,” Reid went on. “In lieu of real business sense, Trump resorts to scams like Trump University… Trump University is under investigation in the New York attorney general’s office. He’s the defendant in other class-action lawsuits. Why? Because he cheated people.”

Reid continued, calling Trump a “flim-flammer” (again, whatever that means) and accusing him of using his charity to run other scams, The Washington Examiner reports.

“In 2009, Trump asked the Charles Evans Foundation for a donation to his charity, to the Trump Foundation,” Reid said. “Donald Trump took that money and gave it to the Palm Beach Police Foundation … when the Palm Beach Police Foundation wanted to use Trump’s South Florida Resort to honor him for this gift that he gave —remember the gift was from somebody else, but he claimed credit for it — Trump charged them for the event.”

Will the American people fall for more lies from Harry Reid? We’ll see.

Senate Hands Obama The First Veto Override Of His Presidency


BY Rachel Stoltzfoos

The Senate voted to override President Barack Obama’s veto of a bill to help 9/11 victims’ families Wednesday, in a stinging rebuke opposed only by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.

The 97-1 vote marks the first Senate veto override of Obama’s presidency, and comes on the heels of the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It’s a victory for congressional Republicans who tried unsuccessfully to challenge Obama on 10 other vetoes issued while they held the majority in both houses.

The bill will revise immunity laws sheltering Saudis from American lawsuits, making it possible at last for the families of 9/11 victims to get justice in U.S. courts. Both the House and Senate passed the bill unanimously earlier this year, and the House is expected to finalize the veto override in an impending vote.

Obama vetoed the bill last week, saying he’s concerned about threats of economic retaliation from Saudi Arabia and the possibility other countries could change their own immunity laws in a way that would hurt American interests. (RELATED: Obama’s Vigorous Opposition To 9/11 Bill Infuriates Victims’ Families)

The Saudi foreign minister personally visited Washington last month and told lawmakers Saudi Arabia would be forced to sell up to $750 billion in treasury securities and other assets if the law passes, because of the potential for U.S. courts to freeze the assets on behalf of 9/11 families. And Secretary of State John Kerry has warned the bill would expose the U.S. to lawsuits abroad that would “take away our sovereign immunity and create a terrible precedent.”

House Speaker Paul Ryan and other supporters of the bill have voiced similar concerns, but say the need for the victims’ families to get justice outweighs the risks. “I worry about legal matters,” Ryan told reporters ahead of the veto override vote. “I worry about trial lawyers trying to get rich off of this. And I do worry about precedence. At the same time, these victims need to have their day in court.”

Economists have pointed out the unlikelihood of Saudi Arabia following through on the threat to dump U.S. assets, because its own currency would suffer from the resulting economic turmoil since it is tied to the dollar, and because it would be very hard to pull off on such a large scale.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/28/senate-hands-obama-the-first-veto-override-of-his-presidency/#ixzz4LZUTtsLh