This could be one of the worst abuses of political power that we have ever witnessed

Former President Barack Obama did influence the FBI and the Department of Justice in their investigation of Democrat Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. In this article, you can read the President’s statement and see that the tone of the investigation changed from that point forward. This could be one of the worst abuses of political power that we have witnessed in America. 

As Written and Reported By Robert Kraychik for Breitbart: 

Holistic analysis of the Justice Department (DOJ) and FBI’s interconnected and ostensible investigations of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump amount to “the worst abuse of political power in American history related to elections,” according to Tom Del Beccaro.

Del Beccaro, an attorney and contributor to Forbes, joined Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with co-hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak to discuss his recently published – and continually updated – timeline of events, entitled “Biased FBI and DOJ Officials Broke the Law and Tried to Decide the Election.”

“The DOJ [and] the entire Obama administration wound down the Hillary email crisis in time for her to really run for office and then ramped up the attacks on candidate Trump to stop him from being president,” said Del Beccaro.

As president, Barack Obama signaled to his administration officials that Hillary Clinton was not to be meaningfully investigated for her felonious use of a private email system during her tenure as secretary of state, said Del Beccaro.

“The FBI was sort of just going through the motions with Hillary, and it’s about March or …..

KEEP READING THERE IS WAY MORE HERE:

Tom Del Beccaro: All Corrupt DOJ and FBI Roads Lead to Obama

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