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The NSA offered to give the FBI Hillary Clinton’s lost emails but James Comey turned them down

September 5, 2017

 It has been a rough week for former FBI Director James Comey: first we learned that he actually drafted his letter exonerating Hillary Clinton for her role in the email scandal months before interviewing key witnesses–including Hillary Clinton–and now we are finding out that the National Security Agency is in possession of copies of her emails and offered them to the FBI, but James Comey turned down the offer.

  Here is more:

Clinton’s emails, which were stolen by the Russians, have never been found. But as I’ve mentioned numerous times, the messages are still in the possession of the National Security Agency (NSA), which offered to give them to the FBI.

Comey turned down that offer, according to a source who has been very reliable.

  First I disagree with the assertion that the emails were stolen by the Russians. Russia might have stolen the emails but the truth is we still do not know for certain at this time, but let that go…

  Between James Comey drafting his exoneration letter months before the investigation was complete and now with this, if it is true, it certainly looks like the fix was in from the beginning. 

  Jeff Sessions? Jeff Sessions? Paging Jeff Sessions…

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. September 5, 2017 10:05 pm

    This drip drip of Comey’s misdeeds needs to be completed. Since Comey said to a friend “Waterboarding was okay, as long as it was done the “right” way.” needs to be waterboarded. Take him to a black site preferably a Russian site and make him divulge all he knows.

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    • September 5, 2017 10:21 pm

      I heard it said of him that he was the ‘clog in the pipe that was keeping the swamp from being drained. Now that he’s “plunged out” he could do w/ a good cleaning off, inside and out! … since he’s ‘ok’ w/ waterboarding … let’s get ur done! haha. I think Putin would be glad to help send along some experienced assistants.

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    • September 6, 2017 5:27 am

      Sounds like a good plan to me!


  2. Brittius permalink
    September 6, 2017 4:07 am

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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  3. September 6, 2017 1:46 pm

    the russians wouldn’t “steal” them anyways. they’d copy them and leave them right where they are. and then come back and check again on a regular schedule.

    every intelligence agency on the planet probably has done the same, including our allies. on what amounted to an open server like that…it was too easy to pass up.

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