Peeling Back Each Layer In The Clinton Deceit

People across the board are attempting to piece together the multifaceted Deep State discoveries as it comes more unraveled. The hope at the center of this is Hillary Clinton herself to be found connected, if not in charge, of most of these arrangements.

It seems that a lot of people have gone to great lengths to protect or cover up for her. Why? The dossier, Uranium One, Benghazi, an illegal FISA warrant and so much more… do all roads lead to Clinton in one form or another.

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

For law enforcement, Congress and even journalists, exposing misdeeds is like peeling an onion. Each layer you remove gets you closer to the truth.

So it is with the scandalous behavior of the FBI during its probe into whether President Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia in 2016. One layer at a time, we’re learning how flawed and dirty that probe was.

A top layer involves the texts between FBI lawyer Lisa Page and her married lover, Peter Strzok, the lead agent on the Hillary Clinton e-mail probe. They casually mention an “insurance policy” in the event Trump won the election and a plan for Strzok to go easy on Clinton because she probably would be their next boss.

Those exchanges, seen in the light of subsequent events, lead to a reasonable conclusion that the fix was in among then-Director James Comey’s team to hurt Trump and help Clinton.

Another layer involves the declassified House memo, which indicates the FBI and Justice Department depended heavily on the unverified Russian dossier about Trump to get a warrant to spy on Carter Page, an American citizen and briefly a Trump adviser…..

THERE IS WAY MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Peeling back the layers of Hillary Clinton’s deceit | New York Post

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