If Either One of These Scenarios Are True There’s Big Trouble Brewing At The FBI

The evidence continues to bleed out and is pointing to a massive scandal about to erupt over the Barack Obama era of the FBI. The first dribbles came as Hillary Clinton got a pass on her email server scandal. She was cleared before the investigation was finished. Then there were the text messages between an agent and his mistress revealing deep bias against Donald Trump. The term “Secret Society” had now leaked into the news. Finally, there is the House Intelligence Committee memo about abuse of the FISA Court. What is next? Let the investigations begin.

As Written and Reported By Michael Goodwin for the New York Post:

During the financial crisis, the federal government bailed out banks it declared “too big to fail.” Fearing their bankruptcy might trigger economic Armageddon, the feds propped them up with taxpayer cash.

Something similar is happening now at the FBI, with the Washington wagons circling the agency to protect it from charges of corruption. This time, the appropriate tag line is “too big to believe.”

Yet each day brings credible reports suggesting there is a massive scandal involving the top ranks of America’s premier law-enforcement agency. The reports, which feature talk among agents of a “secret society” and suddenly missing text messages, point to the existence both of a cabal dedicated to defeating Donald Trump in 2016 and of a plan to let Hillary Clinton skate free in the classified e-mail probe.

If either one is true — and I believe both probably are — it would mean FBI leaders betrayed the nation by abusing their powers in a bid to pick the president.

More support for this view involves the FBI’s use of the Russian dossier on Trump that ……


Evidence suggests a massive scandal is brewing at the FBI | New York Post


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