Sunday, October 2, 2016

2 News Pieces on Crooked FBI

Compiled by John R. Houk
October 2, 2016

After Rep. Trey Gowdy questioned Jason Herring FBI Assistant Director of Legislative Affairs about the uncooperativeness the FBI has been in releasing investigative data pertaining to Crooked Hillary’s illegal use of a private email server that passed on classified messages. The deflective answers by Mr. Herring demonstrates the collusion of the Obama Administration to keep Crooked Hillary away from criminal prosecution.

JRH 10/2/16
Trey Gowdy Destroyed Obama’s Cover-Up of Hillary’s Email Scandal

Update sent by Steve
Sent Oct 2, 2016 at 7:04 AM

The FBI thinks they can hide the truth about their investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server from the American people.

The Bureau does not believe it needs to share the mechanics of how they conducted their investigation with Congress.

But Trey Gowdy was having none of it.

The House Oversight Committee has been in a fight with the FBI since the Bureau has refused to turn over all relevant information to the Committee.

Jason Herring, the FBI’s Assistant Director of Legislative Affairs, appeared before the Committee and wasn’t as forthcoming as some would have liked.

Gowdy reacted just as you would expect him to.

RedState reports:

But that wasn’t all Trey Gowdy did during the recent hearing. When Jason Herring, the FBI’s acting Assistant Director of Legislative Affairs, was being a bit dodgy with information requested by Congress, Gowdy was not having it.

Gowdy was after a document called a 302, which is essentially a summary of interviews of key witnesses. The FBI wasn’t giving those to Congress, and instead was getting a “summary of a summary of an interview” instead. This is something the Committee, and Gowdy in particular, was not pleased with. This, especially, with Herring telling Gowdy that he had been provided with all the relevant information, and the rest of it would come out through the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request.

“I think we’ve given the relevant ones-” started Herring.

“Relevant according to whom? I’m telling you, I don’t think you’ve given me all the relevant 302s!” said Gowdy.

“Well, the remainder of the 302s will come out through the FOIA process,” returned Herring.

“But since when did Congress have to go through FOIA to obtain 302s from an investigation that’s not even resulting in any prosecutions that your boss has already said was over? Since when did we have to go through FOIA?” Gowdy fired back.

At that point, Gowdy was out of time, but before he relinquished his spotlight, he reminded the FBI agent of how things really are.

“With all due respect, you don’t get to decide what we think is relevant.” said Gowdy.

You can watch the video below.

Posted by TheDailyTrump
Published on Sep 12, 2016

The lack of transparency in the email scandals starts with Hillary Clinton, but it doesn’t end there.

Many Americans believe the decision not to charge Hillary Clinton was a political choice made by FBI Director Comey.

Unless the FBI comes clean and provides all the relevant information to Congress, that perception will continue to grow.
Trey Gowdy Just Devastated The Cover Up Of Hillary Clinton’s Crimes

Oct. 2, 2016

FBI Director James Comey appeared before Congress for the third time.

Once again, he fumbled through another session, trying to explain away the reasons why he overlooked Hillary Clinton’s criminal behavior.

And Trey Gowdy just destroyed his answers.

Many Americans believe Hillary Clinton knowingly transmitted classified information on her private email server.

Suspicions were raised when the FBI handed out five grants of immunity to Hillary’s underlings – including former Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, who was the mastermind behind the private server.

Many wondered why immunity was given to so many people and no charges were filed.

Gowdy echoed those concerns in the hearing preview on Fox News.

.@TGowdySC: We can survive a president who’s not that good, but we can’t survive a justice system that people do not have confidence in.”

— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) September 28, 2016

Gowdy continued to press the issue during the hearing.

Politico reports:

“GOP lawmakers focused in particular on the Justice Department’s decision to give a form of immunity to Clinton lawyers Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson to obtain computers containing emails related to the case.

 “Laptops don’t go to the Bureau of Prisons,” Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) said. “The immunity was not for the laptop, it was for Cheryl Mills.”

 The FBI director repeated an explanation he gave for the first time at a Senate hearing Tuesday, that the deal to get the laptops was wise because subpoenaing computers from an attorney would be complex and time consuming.”

“Anytime you know you’re subpoenaing a laptop from a lawyer that involved a lawyer’s practice of law, you know you’re getting into a big megillah,” Comey said.

Some twitter users applauded Gowdy and mocked Comey’s testimony.

Gowdy just made a great point. How could Comey ever prove intent if everyone who knew Hillary’s intent was given immunity?

— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) September 28, 2016

@davidharsanyi I can’t believe how Comey got upset because Gowdy lost faith in the FBI. Wonder why that isDuh?!

— Michele Kozal (@MicheleKozal) September 28, 2016

Gowdy spoke for many Americans when he declared he has lost faith in the FBI.

Anyone else would have faced serious consequences – including criminal charges.

But Hillary Clinton – because of her position of power and her endorsement from Obama to succeed him as President – walks free.
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