FBI Hands Over Incriminating Clinton Documents To Congress

The FBI has begun turning over to Congress hundreds of incriminating documents regarding the agency’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.  The Justice Department notified the Senate Judiciary Committee late Friday and the FBI began transmitting the bombshell memos to assist Congress in their new investigation into former FBI director James Comey and his potential collusion with the Clinton cartel.

Thehill.com reports: The memos detail how and when the bureau’s leadership declined to pursue criminal charges against Clinton for transmitting classified information on her private email server as secretary of State, an investigation that has remained controversial since the 2016 presidential campaigns.

FBI officials declined to comment. “We don’t have any information for you,” spokeswoman Carol Cratty told The Hill.

FBI hand incriminating Hillary Clinton evidence over to Congress

The Senate committee has been seeking the memos for some time as it investigates whether Comey chose to absolve Clinton of criminal liability before the election-year probe was complete and before she was even interviewed. Comey ultimately concluded that while Clinton’s handling of classified emails was careless, there was not enough evidence of intent to warrant criminal charges.

Comey had announced in July 2016 that the FBI was declining to pursue charges against Clinton for what it called the careless transmission of classified documents on her private email server. The FBI then re-opened the email case in late October 2016, shocking the political world because it was so close to Election Day, after a new trove of emails was found on an associate’s computer.

Comey then announced a second time he did not plan to pursue criminal charges, a move that came just two days before Clinton lost to Trump in the election. The FBI’s handling was roundly criticized by both Clinton and Trump, and was one of the reasons cited when Trump fired Comey as director earlier this year. Clinton has also blamed Comey in part for her loss in the election.

The new documents being transmitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee are expected to shed light on how the FBI made those decisions, who was involved and whether the decision to clear Clinton was made before she was even interviewed by FBI agents in spring 2016.

The release of the new documents comes as new FBI Director Christopher Wray attempts to build his own relationship with Congress amid multiple oversight investigations.

The release also comes hours after new documents came to light in a federal lawsuit showing exactly when FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe recused himself from the Clinton email investigation, which was codenamed “Mid Year.” McCabe was forced to step aside due to questions about a possible conflict of interest involving hundreds of thousands of dollars of money that flowed to his wife’s political campaign from a Clinton ally.

Those documents (below), released under a FOIA lawsuit to the conservative group Judicial Watch, show McCabe did not recuse himself from the long-running investigation until Nov. 1, 2016, just six days before the probe was officially ended and eight days before Donald Trump was elected president over Clinton.

“As of today I am voluntarily recusing myself from the ongoing Mid Year investigation,” McCabe wrote. “I will continue to respond to congressional requests for historical information as needed.”

By the time McCabe recused himself, he had supervised the case for months after becoming deputy director of the bureau in February 2016. The decision followed newspaper articles that specifically questioned whether he had a conflict of interest because his wife Jill McCabe’s 2015 Virginia state Senate campaign had accepted nearly $700,000 from Clinton ally and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

Documents obtained under Virginia Open Records law show McCabe attended a March 2015 meeting with his wife and McAuliffe to secure the governor’s support for her campaign, and the money flowed after that.

McCabe first became involved in the Clinton email case when, as assistant FBI director of the Washington Field Office, he provided resources to the case and then formally supervised it starting in February 2016 when he became deputy director.

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Those so-called FBI agents (in the photo) look like they're still in High School bringing the box of paper plates to their 'end of school year' picnic.

Regarding the evidence?: Chances are that crooked Director Andrew McCabe and the rest of his criminally leaning group entrenched within the FBI - may have already altered the evidence to depict no wrong doing by the Clintons and may even demonstrate their total innocence. I don't expect much genuine justice to come from this document dump. Zero!

Lets hope the indictments start, Trump may be using his own FBI now, excluding the Clinton owned FBI.

Frank :)

Let's see if they finally issue the necessary subpoenas.


Even if Congress manages to subpoena the right people and they show up... it has no power to indict.  Congress has no business conducting CRIMINAL TYPE INVESTIGATIONS... they are not Constitutionally empowered to enforce the laws. Their meddling in such affairs only DELAYS JUSTICE and delayed justice is justice denied.

In fact, Congressional investigations are often deliberate covers for criminal conduct... delaying criminal investigations until they are simply dropped or forgotten... they provide a false sense of closure as if the government has dealt with the problem. 

If Congress finds or believes criminal conduct has occurred they should ask the President too initiate a criminal investigation thru the DOJ... which should oblige by immediately opening a criminal investigation.

The Constitution's separation of powers precludes Congress from acting to prosecute violations of the law that is reserved for the Executive Branch... the President.  It is the President who is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer... not the AG or the Director of the FBI... the President has the Constitutional duty and responsibility to ensure the laws are faithfully executed... not the AG or FBI. 

The President has every Constitutional right to demand an investigation take place or that one be halted... he is the Constitutional Officer with the ultimate power to direct the use of the resources of the Executive Branch and its agencies... to faithfully execute the laws of the land, and too prosecute violations thereof.

This is all a waste of time.. a Congressional Committee has no power to indict or prosecute... they do have the power to request the DOJ appoint a Special Counsel who has the power to investigate and indict, in this matter.  However, Congress will now engage in more delay and Kabuki Theater, as they obfuscate and run interference for the Establishment Criminals behind this matter.

Congress needs to be thoroughly investigated for its collusion and conspiracy... to cover up for the Deep State and its criminal conduct.  A Special Counsel needs to be appointed with the power to go after all those in Congress who have conspired to subvert the Constitution and or too cover up criminal conduct by members of the former Administration and the Federal Government... all branches and departments.

Our Nation is in a Constitutional Crisis... The President needs to address the Nation, to outline the problem and too introduce a plan that will return the government to its Constitutional limits.   The Federal Government has exceeded the Constitutional limits on its power, and is now threatening to destroy the very fabric which holds the Republic together.

Hi Ronald,

 This is not a waste of time, President Trump has the authority to order a criminal investigation and submit classified documents to the FBI and enforce indictments.

Classified Documents, that were sealed by the Clinton Foundation and by the NSA. Even the encryption codes applied to each file, can be ordered UN-blocked to allow President Trump to read them.

Classified Documents, may soon be exposed as indictments and orders are followed.



Not one recent Congressional investigation has resulted in indictments issue d or charges filed with a Grand Jury. Congress has no power to indict only to recommend that the President and his Administration act to investigate and indict.  Congressional investigations can drag on for several years, and often produce findings that are in-actionable... beyond Congress's Constitutional power to act.  Congress can not charge or indict those powers belong to the Executive Branch and the President.

Hence my statement that Congressional investigations are a waste of time ... especially where our national security is at risk.  In fact, the Constitution grants Congress the powers of oversight primarily to discipline the officers of the government (thru impeachment hearings) and to investigate the need for legislative action (new law).  The Constitution does not give Congress power to investigate criminal conduct that is reserved for the Executive Branch of Government.

The Constitution gives the Executive the power to enforce the laws of the land...  it is the President who is the Chief Constitutional law enforcement agent... not Congress... not the Attorney General or FBI Director... They each derive their powers from the Executive... the President... and they serve at his  pleasure. 

The incriminating documents the FBI have need to go to a Grand Jury not Congress ... where they will be buried in a cacophony of Kabuki Theater productions.  We need indictments not more investigations.  We know who the criminals are and what crimes they committed... know we need top level government officials to move to indict, try and jail the bastards... not more Congressional hearings.

Look... Congress is not the Constitutional agency for JUSTICE... the Administration and Justice Department (DOJ) are the Constitutional places criminals are brought to justice.  In Congress, criminals are cajoled, buried, and lionized... Congress has no punitive powers, they are not able to prosecute. America is being taken to another rodeo... another circus. It's time for JUSTICE... for indictments not more phony hearings to rediscover Washington is filled with crooks.

Its on line here Ronald,

 You have seen it maybe, so lets see where these indictments go. Cause you know the Clinton Foundation will be hard at work to fight back.

What indictments... the Clintons and DNC have not been indicted for anything yet.  The only indictments are those of Manafort and his stooges...  No one to my knowledge at the Clinton foundation has been indicted.  If so, who, when and for what were they indicted?

The Swamp is getting bigger and the Alligators are eating Trump's Administration alive... some one needs to throw Trump a life line before he is sucked into the Swamp and disappears. 




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 The audience laughed as he said this.

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Biden was asked if he would tackle specific issues regarding the #MeToo movement at the beginning of his presidency, if he were to be elected. The former vice president previously sponsored the 1994 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which aimed to protect victims of domestic violence.

The presidential candidate responded to the question about assaulting women by using the phrase “punching” repeatedly, apparently not thinking about the implications of using such a word.

“No man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than in self-defense, and that rarely ever occurs,” Biden said. “So we have to just change the culture, period, and keep punching at it and punching at it and punching at it. No, I really mean it.”

A few people laughed in the audience as he said this.

Biden added that it is important to pass the Violence Against Women Act, which has passed in the House and held up in the Senate. The former Vice President also suggested that America has to “fundamentally change the culture” of how women are treated, noting that it is “everyone’s responsibility.”

“It’s a gigantic issue, and we have to make it clear from the top, from the president on down that we will not tolerate it,” Biden said. “We will not tolerate this culture.”

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