Update Spying Scandal: Expect Indictments!

Posted by Tina

Joe Digenova was on Tucker Carlson’s show on FOX tonight …video at Gateway Pundit.

Digenova indicated that referrals have been sent to the federal judge in Utah appointed by Inspector General Michael Horowitz involving John Brennen, James Comey, James Clapper and others involved in this spying scandal :

We know that Hillary Clinton was illegally exonerated. We knew that a year ago. We know that there was a substantial effort to frame the current President of the United States with crimes by infiltrating his campaign and then his administration with spies that the FBI had set upon them.

We have learned that the crimes were committed by the FBI, senior members of the Department of Justice, John Brennan, Mr. Clapper, Mr. Comey and others associated with the Democratic Party and Donald Trump and his associates committed no crimes….

Mr. Brennan who loves to make comments… He’s going to be in front of a grand jury shortly.” …

… On Wednesday, DiGenova shared on Newsmax that he thought Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ and Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s days were numbered.

Hangin for the pop, bubble wise! But there’s more…this is on the Hillary email scandal…

Sarah Carter reports, “IG Report on Clinton Investigation “extremely long and thorough”
Criminal referrals on FBI or DOJ officials possible after years-long investigation”

The Department of Justice Inspector General has sent what is described as an “extremely long and thorough draft” of the much anticipated report on the FBI and DOJ’s investigation and handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe, this reporter has learned. The detailed report on the FBI’s decision making process into the Clinton investigation could lead to possible criminal referrals for some of the officials involved in the case.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report, which is expected to be released within the next three to four weeks to the public, has been turned over to current and former officials for review, as first reported in The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.

The draft, however, does not include any recommendations for criminal prosecution. If there was any evidence collected by the Inspector General’s office of criminality, Horowitz would then refer the matter to the Department of Justice and submit a criminal referral to prosecutors.

“It would be up to the Inspector General to make the recommendations but there is an expectation that there will be at least one referral for prosecution,” said a source familiar with the findings, who added that it is not conclusive as the Inspector General’s office never discusses ongoing investigations.

The report is expected to focus solely on the Clinton investigation and not on the 2016 Russia election meddling investigation, according to sources.

This is all breaking tonight. I’ll be busy in the morning so please feel free to update and correct of necessary.

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10 Responses to Update Spying Scandal: Expect Indictments!

  1. Peggy says:

    The Obama administration even named their spying attack against Trump.

    Crossfire Hurricane: Category Five Political Espionage:

    “A look at the latest leaks about the Obama administration’s spying on the Trump campaign.

    Deep in the New York Times’s account of “Crossfire Hurricane,” the FBI’s codename for spying on the Trump campaign, is a hilariously bland paragraph about John Brennan and James Comey teaming up to dig dirt on Trumpworld. If you blinked in the course of reading the lengthy article, you might have missed it:

    The F.B.I.’s thinking crystallized by mid-August, after the C.I.A. director at the time, John O. Brennan, shared intelligence with Mr. Comey showing that the Russian government was behind an attack on the 2016 presidential election. Intelligence agencies began collaborating to investigate that operation. The Crossfire Hurricane team was part of that group but largely operated independently, three officials said.

    Contained in that oh-so-nonchalant line — “Intelligence agencies began collaborating to investigate that operation” — is one of Obamagate’s biggest ticking time bombs. When it blows, John Brennan, whose demented partisanship led him to run an anti-Trump spying operation straight out of CIA headquarters, will feel much of the blast.”
    https://spectator.org/crossfire-hurricane-category-5-political-espionage/

  2. J. Soden says:

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/05/18/clapper-fbi-spying-trump-campaign/

    I expect to see Flapper’s name alongside Brennan’s as being recommended for prosecution. He’s already an admitted perjurer under oath to Clowngress!

  3. Tina says:

    James Clapper said on CNN that “it was a good thing” that the Obama government spied on the Trump campaign. He admitted it! The excuse was the fake dossier…makes Watergate look like a child’s game.

    Your bubble is about to blow up…whether or not YOU wake up is another thing entirely.

  4. Libby says:

    But Tina, was it “the Trump campaign”? I believe that way back when, it was Mr. Flynn’s activities that peaked the curiosity of our national security establishment, though you can call it the OA, if you like. And that convicted liar, Flynn, was a member of the Trump campaign, and then administration.

    “Your bubble is about to blow up…whether or not YOU wake up is another thing entirely.”

    Poor Tina … This just doesn’t seem to be the way things are heading …

    https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/05/trump-approved-felix-sater-moscow-project-month-before-denying-familiarity.html

    The Senate’s document dump of Thursday just doesn’t seem to be having the effect hoped for … and our fourth estate has only just scratched the surface of those 2500 pages.

    • Tina says:

      You are way behind the curve. Too much CNN and Slate.

      “But Tina, was it “the Trump campaign”?

      Was what the Trump campaign? Trump didn’t plant an agent in his midst to spy for the democrats and Hillary. Before that Trump didn’t try to hide and destroy emails belonging to the government…Hillary did. Trump didn’t write the emails between Strock and Page laying out the plans for an “insurance policy” should Hillary lose.

      Michael Flynn was not the beginning anyway…the activity to screw Bernie in the primaries happened before that! Michael Flynn was the first excuse for setting up an impeachment proceeding. Michael Flynn did nothing illegal. He was accused of a process crime and only plead guilty to avoid a long costly court battle. (As it is he has lost his home) See revealing articles at The WSJ and TownHall:

      Flynn’s tenure at the Trump White House was short-lived, marred by leaks (not of his doing) and increased scrutiny concerning Russian collusion. Flynn spoke with then-Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak, which is not a crime. It’s your run-of-the-mill diplomatic groundwork established by any incoming administration. The conversation is highly classified, but made its way into the news media. The Department of Justice became involved, as Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates felt that the Flynn-Kislyak conversations were possibly illegal, prompting two FBI agents to interview Flynn on January 24, 2017. They reported back to then-FBI Director James Comey and noted that they felt Flynn did not lie to them. Flynn would resign on February 13. So, what happened? The Washington Examiner’s Byron York had a lengthy piece explaining the whole timeline of the Flynn fiasco that eventually led to him pleading guilty to making false statements to the FBI. But many questions remain, specifically whether the Obama holdovers at DOJ railroaded Flynn. York noted how the DOJ thought a Logan Act violation had occurred.

      Meanwhile those who leaked the content of Flynn’s phone conversations did commit a crime:

      Someone in the government committed a serious crime. Indeed, it appears that several people did.

      Those individuals had special access to the content of telephone conversations between President Trump’s now former National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn (ret.) and Russia’s Ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak. Those discussions were secretly recorded by American intelligence agencies. The tapes are classified documents.

      Whoever conveyed the information contained therein to the Washington Post committed a felony. The Post reporter, David Ignatius, who published the classified material may also be prosecuted, but he should not be.

      This derives from the illegal spying.

      The Flynn case is just one in a long stream of injustices flowing from the crooked investigations your party leaders began to assure Trumps defeat and then (shock) after his win to cover for the actual crimes they’ve committed.

      A potential business deal (Felix Sater) to built Trump towers in Russia or the US is not particularly suspicious. Connections and talks, even if they involve lowly types do not automatically constitute criminality. (Try doing anything in NY without the Mafia being involved somehow) Attendance at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum isn’t dodgy. What is the crime? Can you name it? Are there direct ties to Trump acting as president or are you all just engaging in the usual smear by innuendo campaign? Can you even tell the difference?

      Gee, 2500 pages.

      Try 30,000 emails. Try destroyed phones and laptops. Try bleachbit! Try Weiners laptop:

      A district court judge ordered the release of the Weiner laptop. This is the same laptop the James Comey FBI buried under mountains of sealed “protection” to keep secret. The laptop that had the entire Obama intelligence apparatus (and the Clinton Machine) in a panic shortly before the 2016 Election. All the major media outlets knew about this development – but said nothing. The reason why is simple. They fear who might be implicated.

      Humma Abedin had used this laptop. Could this be the new development that delayed the Inspector Generals report?

      It’s lame to say, I admit, but our scandals are a hundred times bigger than yours…they matter 100% more to our nation and in terms of the rule of law!

      You can deflect and surmise all you want to avoid the mounds of evidence stacked up around Hillary and Obamagate but you will not be able to hide once it all comes to a head in the courts.

      The truth of it is that we on the right do not care if people on the right are also found to have engaged in criminal activity. We want them all weeded out and prosecuted. But as of now, after a year and a half of accusations and investigations, nothing criminal has been found on Trump. He is being harassed and undermined.

      It is incredibly frustrating that you cannot bring yourself to show even the slightest interest in the criminality and potential criminality of a good number of people in high places under Obama and in the Hillary campaign. What’s up with that?

      • Libby says:

        Probably, it’s that I altogether support our national security establishment’s inquiries into questionable doings with foreign agents by members of an incoming federal administration.

  5. Joe says:

    The Clintons are above the law. The will never spend a day in prison or even have a penny of their ill-gotten gains seized. They will get off Scott-free, mark my words. And Libby will cheer.

    • Peggy says:

      Afraid I agree with you. There are two sets of laws. One for the political elites and the other for the rest of us.

      Also afraid we haven’t heard the last of them, not with Chelsea’s millions to bankroll her political future.

      Clinton Foundation Is Nest Egg Fake Charity Built for Chelsea:

      “Here’s how Bill and Hillary used the nonprofit bearing their name to transfer unearned wealth and influence to their daughter.

      For, at the end of Dec. 31, 2012, the endowment stood at only $250,000, even following 18 months of work led by super fundraiser Dennis Cheng, who had arrived as the foundation’s chief development officer in July 2011. He had previously served approximately 18 months as deputy chief of protocol for the U.S. Department of State under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

      Reckoning for the Clintons is at hand. Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz is close to issuing his long-awaited report into how the FBI “investigated” Hillary Clinton’s massive mishandling of classified information on the private server and email system she used while serving as the nation’s top diplomat from 2009 to 2013.

      For the Horowitz report to be credible, it must examine what really happened to those thousands of missing emails from those years while Hillary ran Foggy Bottom and Bill and Chelsea ran the family foundation.

      The Horowitz report must also tease out all relevant facts concerning transactions that likely helped enrich favored foundation donors during and after Hillary’s State Department tenure. Many if not all of these transactions are almost certainly discussed or at least touched upon in the missing trove of emails and attachments.”
      https://www.lifezette.com/polizette/clinton-foundation-is-nest-egg-fake-charity-built-for-chelsea/

  6. Tina says:

    Roger Simon, writing at PJ Media: “One of the more notable differences between Watergate and the metastasizing scandals involving the FBI, our intelligence agencies, and the Obama administration — subjects of the soon-to-be-released inspector general’s report — is that the media exposed Watergate. They aided and abetted the current transgressions.” …

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