Hillary Clinton, so surprised that reality doesn’t obey her

Perhaps they’re already packing their golden
parachutes to bail out and ensure themselves a soft landing in the rocky
terrain of the real world: Loretta
, the purchasable Attorney General, and FBI Director James Comey, the less-than-puissant
fellow who couldn’t make up his mind if Hillary was made for prison stripes or
not. They certainly are not going to be in a Trump administration.

During one of the presidential debates, Donald Trump
told Clinton “If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a
special prosecutor to look into your situation…” He then added, “because you’d
be in jail.” Hillary countered that she was glad someone like him wasn’t in
charge of the laws in the United States. 

The “situation” is that,
among her other crimes, she was found eminently indictable for having
endangered the nation’s security by operating a hackable, freelance server over
which she passed and received documents relating to her office as Secretary of
State, many marked “confidential” and “secret,” in complete contravention of
the rules of the office. FBI Director Comey, however, buggered out of the
responsibility for asking the Department of Justice for a warrant. And then:  

In late October, Rudy
, a Donald Trump surrogate and advisor, told Martha
of Fox News that “a surprise or two that you’re going to
hear about in the next two days” was coming from the Trump campaign.[]
Giuliani later explained he did not have insider FBI information. Later
confirmed by a second law enforcement source, an unnamed government source told
Fox News that the email metadata on the computer in question contained
“positive hits for state.gov and HRC emails,” however, at the time Comey sent
his letter to Congress, the FBI had still not obtained a warrant to review any
of the e-mails in question and was not aware of the content of any of the
e-mails in question.

On October 28, 2016, less than two weeks before the
presidential election, Comey announced in a letter to Congress that the FBI
learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the
investigation of Secretary Clinton’s email server and the FBI will take steps
to allow investigators to review these emails “to determine whether they
contain classified information as well as to assess their importance to our
investigation.” Director Comey stated in the letter that he was writing
the letter to “supplement his previous testimony” before Congress. 

Not a used car salesmen, but James Comey
And emulating Emily Litella
of “Saturday Night Live,” he said, “Never Mind.”
What isn’t mentioned in the
hue and cry over Comey’s letter to Congress is that the case “unrelated” to the
Clinton email server case concerns Anthony Weiner’s laptop, which was shared by
Clinton staffer and close associate Huma Abedin (a card-carrying Muslim Brotherhood
and Muslim Sisterhood member), who is now separated from Weiner (and when will
she be separated from Clinton, now that there’s no political position for her
in the future?). So what were Department of State documents doing on a laptop
riddled with Weiner’s sextagrams to a 15-year-old girl. That was Abedin’s

Comey’s move certainly
contributed in no little way to Clinton’s failed bid for the White House. Read
the list of charges and angry protests over Comey’s badly timed action in hillaryclinton.com:

FBI Director James Comey is under widespread criticism for
breaking department precedent by commenting on an ongoing investigation, and
doing so just days before a presidential election. Indeed, the Washington Post
reported this morning senior Justice Department officials made perfectly clear
to Comey that he would be in violation of long-standing DOJ policy.

Moreover, according to CNN,
Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates both
objected to Comey sending this inappropriate letter to Congress. Nevertheless,
Director Comey independently decided to move forward, rattling the presidential
election with a note that was heavy on innuendo and extremely light on actual
information or needed details.

The result? Broad bipartisan condemnation and demands for
the swift disclosure of more information:

: Justice officials warned FBI that Comey’s decision to update
Congress was not consistent with department policy
: “Senior Justice
Department officials warned the FBI that Director James B. Comey’s decision to
notify Congress about renewing the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private
email server was not consistent with long-standing practices of the department,
according to officials familiar with the discussions. Comey told Justice
Department officials that he intended to inform lawmakers of newly discovered
emails. These officials told him the department’s position “that we don’t
comment on an ongoing investigation. And we don’t take steps that will be
viewed as influencing an election,” said one Justice Department official who
spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the high-level conversations.”
Comey notified Congress of email probe despite DOJ concerns:
General Loretta Lynch and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates objected to FBI
Director James Comey’s decision to notify Congress about his bureau’s review of
emails related to Hillary Clinton’s personal server, law enforcement officials
familiar with the discussion said. Comey decided to disregard their objections
and sent the letter Friday anyway, shaking the presidential race 11 days before
the election and nearly four months after the FBI chief said he wouldn’t
recommend criminal charges over the Democratic nominee’s use of the server.
York Times
: Justice Dept. Strongly Discouraged Comey on Move in
Clinton Email Case:
“Mr. Comey’s letter opened him up to criticism not only
from Democrats but also from current and former officials at the F.B.I. and the
Justice Department, including Republicans. ‘There’s a longstanding policy of
not doing anything that could influence an election,’ said George J. Terwilliger
III, a deputy attorney general under the first President George Bush. ‘Those
guidelines exist for a reason. Sometimes that makes for hard decisions. But
bypassing them has consequences.’”
Comey’s disclosure shocks former prosecutors
: “James Comey’s surprise
announcement that investigators are examining new evidence in the probe of
Hillary Clinton’s email server put the FBI director back under a harsh
spotlight, reigniting criticism of his unusual decision to discuss the
high-profile case in front of the media and two congressional committees.”
Angeles Times
: “The emails were not to or from Clinton, and
contained information that appeared to be more of what agents had already
uncovered, the official said, but in an abundance of caution, they felt they
needed to further scrutinize them.

 There are several pages more of this
hand-wringing, angry jaw-dropping, and bitch-lapping. This is what it was all about.

Here is Comey’s letter
to Congress
of October 28th, in which he claims he is reopening the email
server case reads:

To all:
This morning I sent a letter to Congress in connection with
the Secretary Clinton email investigation.  Yesterday, the investigative
team briefed me on their recommendation with respect to seeking access to
emails that have recently been found in an unrelated case.  Because those
emails appear to be pertinent to our investigation, I agreed that we should
take appropriate steps to obtain and review them.
Of course, we don’t ordinarily tell Congress about ongoing
investigations, but here I feel an obligation to do so given that I testified
repeatedly in recent months that our investigation was completed. I also think
it would be misleading to the American people were we not to supplement the
record.  At the same time, however, given that we don’t know the
significance of this newly discovered collection of emails, I don’t want to
create a misleading impression.  In trying to strike that balance, in a
brief letter and in the middle of an election season, there is significant risk
of being misunderstood, but I wanted you to hear directly from me about it.
Jim Comey

The Washington Post reports
John Podesta’s teeth-gnashing:

“It is extraordinary that we would see something like this
just 11 days out from a presidential election,” said John Podesta, the chairman
of Clinton’s presidential campaign. “The Director owes it to the American
people to immediately provide the full details of what he is now examining. We
are confident this will not produce any conclusions different from the one the
FBI reached in July.”

His plan of action, as
reported by Fox Nation via Right
, on November 1st, “UM… A new Podesta Wikileaks email says “we are
going to have to DUMP all those emails…”,
was to erase the evidence:

this new email
turned up in Wikileaks
today and it looks really, really bad. It’s an email
from John Podesta to Cheryl Mills saying “we are going to have to dump all
those emails….”
Podesta doesn’t specify what emails they need to dump, but
this email was sent only 2 weeks after the email scandal broke in March 2015. It
doesn’t take a brain surgeon to know what emails he’s talking about!
Huma Abedin: Wicked Witch’s dreams of an American caliphate dashed

Doubtless, Comey was in
thrall to the Clinton’s. Corruption comes under many names. One of them is now
Comey. And Huma Abedin adrift now in a world she never made, was granted
from all future prosecution concerning the illicit State emails. True

Abedin was also exposed to criminal charges on an
additional front, sources said. Abedin provided many inconsistencies when
interviewed by FBI, compared to intelligence gathered during the investigation
and interviews conducted with Clinton and other witnesses involved in the
probe, sources said….

Last week Congressman Jason Chaffetz who chairs the
Oversight Committee, blew the whistle on the Justice Department’s secret
immunity deal with Cheryl Mills. Mills served as Clinton’s counsel and chief of
staff at State while she was secretary of state.
Abedin’s would-be deal brings the current tally of immunity
packages doled out by the DOJ in the Clinton investigation to six, an
unprecedented amount of get-out-of-jail-free cards for a non-RICO (Organized
Crime) related criminal case. Chaffetz charged that DOJ was handing out immunity
deals “like candy.”
Lynch: Drop the investigation, or you’re dog meat!

The fix was in, to protect
Clinton and some of her top aides. And the fix was made possible by Comey and
Lynch. One fixer, charged with protecting American citizens from criminals, the
other fixer was charged with prosecuting them. Both failed in the Clinton email
server case because both are corrupted.

Here’s an extra bonus
connected to Hillary’s foiled dreams of supremacy. It’s doubtful that the Organization
of Islamic Conference
(OIC) will be able to implement its global
anti-islamophobia censorship program. Remember that she hosted  OIC
s in Istanbul
and Washington.
The OIC blames
freedom of speech
for Islamophobia.

The OIC champions “Human
Rights.” But, there’s a catch. To the 57 members of the Organization of Islamic
Cooperation, all human rights must first be based on Islamic religious law,
Sharia: whatever is inside Sharia is a human right, whatever is outside Sharia
is not a human right. This what Clinton has approved of and encouraged for a
long time.
Comey and Lynch should both
rehearse “The Jailhouse
.” They could learn to harmonize with Prisoner Clinton. It would be an unusual vocal trio.