FBI Docs: Hillary Clinton Removed Furniture from State Department to Furnish D.C. Home

Image result for hillary clinton steals furnitureAn unnamed State Department staffer disclosed to the FBI that Hillary Clinton and her staff took lamps and furniture from the State Department to furnish Clinton’s D.C. residence, according to FBI documents.

The FBI document of this exchange is part of “The Vault,” which is a collection of documents providing evidence for federal investigators looking into Clinton’s private email server.

Most of the documents are testimonies provided to federal investigators in interviews the agents conducted with witnesses.

In one of the documents, an unnamed State Department official tells the FBI that “early in Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, she and her staff were observed removing lamps and furniture from the State Department, which were transported to her residence in Washington, D.C.”

The staffer did not know “whether these items were ever returned to the government upon Clinton’s departure from the State Department."

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One would think she could afford to do better than government furniture unless that Chippendale sofa she's sitting on happens to be something she "borrowed".  God awful upholstery.  What is that, bear paw prints? 

If she goes down, it'll be someone close to her that twists the knife.

With all of their stolen and no doubt some of it taxpayer $$$ she has the nerve to take stuff from OUR State dept. She is morally corrupt and evil.

Why wouldn't hilserbeast steal. hilderbeast, in her own words, was "dead broke" and was having mucho trouble making mortgage payments.
Why wouldn't hilserbeast steal. hilderbeast, in her own words, was "dead broke" and was having mucho trouble making mortgage payments.
Why wouldn't hilserbeast steal. hilderbeast, in her own words, was "dead broke" and was having mucho trouble making mortgage payments.

The removal of federal property for personal use is a crime... one doesn't convert government property to private use.. it is criminal and should be prosecuted.

While in the US Army I witnessed soldiers given non-judicial punishment for taking military ink pens home for personal use. Taking government office furniture or supplies for personal use would have resulted in courts martial.. a federal felony if convicted.

My Mother witnessed someone being fired for taking money out of the coffee fund at Customs in Chicago.

Why are they afraid to say the word "stole"?

Why on earth would you bother tell the FBI anything? They are complicit in it! For crying out loud, it was the FBI agents that were doing the "backwork" carrying out the furniture. Talk about spinning your wheels!

We recall that the same thing happened when they left the White House before George Bush

took office.    

Yes, the vandalism that these mental-midgets left behind, particularly on computer keyboards by removing the "W" keys from computer keyboards, in addition to the theft by the Klintons. This is the mental sickness of wild-eyed, foaming at the mouth liberals.

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