Friday, November 4, 2016
New Reports Show That An Pro Trump Faction Within The FBI Is Strategically Leaking Anti-Clinton Propoganda
Sources report that it was this deep hatred of Hillary Clinton within the FBI which led to the recent series of leaks damaging to her campaign just days before the election.
Current and former FBI officials, none of whom were willing or cleared to speak on the record, have described the FBI as "Trumpland”. These currently serving FBI agents also alleged that their fellow agents had referred to Hillary Clinton as “the antichrist personified” and that “the reason why they’re leaking is they’re pro-Trump.”
One agent even referred to the bureau as “Trumplandia”, with some colleagues openly discussing voting for Donald Trump due to his pledge to jail Clinton if elected.
These revelations raise major questions about how and why Comey and the bureau have been putting their thumb on the scale of our American elections with the leaked intel which consistently favors one candidate while dealing blow after blow to the other's campaign.
This brings us back one week when the bureau disregarded longstanding rules against perceived or actual electoral interference when Comey wrote to Congress to say it was reviewing newly discovered emails relating to Clinton’s personal server coming from a device used by disgraced ex-congressman Anthony Weiner.
Comey’s vague letter to Congress, which was a political gift to the Trump campaign, was promptly leaked by Republicans including congressman and chairman of the United States House Committee on Oversight Jason Chaffetz. This despite the fact that the relevance of the emails had yet to be established. In fact Comey issued his letter before he had even obtained a warrant to evaluate them.
Despite the immediate calls for Comey address the situation he created and disclose more of what the FBI knows, he has maintained his silence.
The leaks, however, have continued.
Fox News reported on Wednesday that an FBI source had leaked to them that there was an intensifying an investigation into the Clinton Foundation over allegations (which turned out to be false) that it traded donations for access to Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state.