FBI Whistleblowers Expose Lying Crooked Hillary Corruption, Massive Cover Ups
FBI Document Dump Proves This Woman Has No Business Anywhere Near Power
This is astounding what the FBI dumped yesterday. Why this hasn’t been dumped earlier is obvious. It is damning! It is destroying of Hillary Clinton, as a person, as a secretary of state. I go through all these emails. Have any of you who’ve spent any time going through any of the emails, part of the WikiLeaks dump, are you seeing anybody that works for her talk about what a nice person she is? I am not. I see references to friends of Bill that need this and friends of Bill that need that. I don’t see any references to friends of Hillary.
But all the stories that we heard back when the Clintons were in the White House about Hillary disliking the Marines, disrespecting the Marines, throwing ashtrays, apparently it’s true, because she did it at the State Department. She was so mean to people that State Department security agents, which they have, every bureaucracy has security agents that travel with the ambassadors, with the secretary of state. None of them wanted to work for her. They all quit over the four-year time she was in the secretary of state’s office. None of them.
The people that ended up on her detail were brand-new and had no idea. They were the last ones to go there because everybody else begged off, because she was just plain and simple mean and rude and disrespectful. She was violating protocol at every turn. As an example, one of the parent protocols is that when the secretary of state’s traveling, you get off the plane and you always join the ambassador to whatever country you’re in. The ambassador gets in a limo with you, it’s a security thing, too, from the airport into the embassy or wherever you’re going.
In other words, when you get off the plane in a foreign country, you are joined at the hip with the ambassador. She never would do it.
The only person allowed to get closer to is Huma Abedin and whoever this guy that runs around with her, this big, big black guy who is there rubbing her back and telling her just keep talking, just keep breathing. He’s obviously some medic, and he’s constantly around her. Other than this guy and Huma Abedin, she just blows off everybody and everything. You can’t find any references, or very few, to people with any affection for her. They’re all working for her and they’re all trying to rig the game for her, but there doesn’t seem to be any affection.
Obama Cover Up
RUSH: Now to the FBI document dump. It’s a hundred pages and it’s dynamite, and it’s just astounding, folks. You look at this and you wonder how in the world did this woman not get charged? How in the world did this not get sent to the grand jury? Of course, we know. President Obama didn’t want it. He didn’t want any of it going anywhere because he’s implicated in it. He lied. He said he learned about Hillary’s private server while watching the news just like all of us, except that’s not true.
He was regularly communicating with her via her private server and all this suspicious email activity using a fake name, a pseudonym, if you will. He was fully aware. And that’s why to go after her would have included him, and ah, ah, ah, ah, not going to happen. I did as much looking into this as I could, and I have to tell you, John Hinderaker at Power Line has probably put together the best summary of this.
Yesterday “the FBI released another 100 pages relating to its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s conduct as Secretary of State.” This was not just an investigation that was limited to her emails and server. By definition, it ended up including her conduct as secretary of state. Why it has taken so long for the FBI to review, to redact, and publish — I mean, a hundred pages is a small quantity. It’s dynamite. What’s in these 100 pages, even what is not redacted is dynamite. But the question, why it has taken so long for the FBI to review, to redact and publish a hundred pages is inexplicable.
CORRUPTION: Pressure from inside FBI to De-Classify Emails to protect Hillary
The pages that were released yesterday are explosive, big-time explosive. Folks, it’s serious stuff. And it all — you can’t conclude anything other — this woman ought not be anywhere near the levels of power. This woman is as corrupt as anybody. This makes Watergate, as I say, look like Romper Room. Now, you may have seen headlines that Hillary’s State Department tried to pressure the FBI to say that various documents located on her home server were not classified. That was critical. It is critical, obviously, because one of Hillary’s lines of defense was to claim — falsely, as it turned out — that she never sent or received classified documents on her off-the-books email system.
“In the first page, an unidentified FBI employee says he was ‘pressured’ to change the classification of an email to render it unclassified. This pressure came from someone within the FBI.”
This is in FBI documents. This is not somebody’s speculation. It was in what was released yesterday. You remember, now, she has denied trafficking in classified documents, sending or receiving. And yet in one of the pages yesterday, an unidentified FBI employee says he was pressured by someone within the FBI to change the classification of an email to render it unclassified.
This person within the FBI “who said he had been contacted by Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy, who ‘had asked his assistance in altering the email’s classification in exchange for a “quid pro quo.”‘” You may see people denying this left and right at the State Department. It’s in the FBI documents. It happened! Somebody within the FBI called over to state, talked to Patrick Kennedy and asked for his help in changing the classification of the email in exchange for a quid pro quo.
And what was the quid pro quo? “The quid pro quo was that, if the FBI would say the email was unclassified, the State Department would allow the FBI to ‘place more Agents in countries where they are presently forbidden.’ Subsequently, the interviewee was summoned to an ‘all agency’ meeting at the State Department to discuss the classification review of the Hillary Clinton emails. This fact,” and that’s what it is, “is astonishing: the meeting was attended by representatives of the State Department, the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency ‘and other government agencies,’ including, obviously, the FBI.”
So you had an all-agency meeting at the State Department to discuss reviewing the classification of Hillary Clinton’s emails and changing from classified to unclassified, with all of these government agencies at the meeting. “Patrick Kennedy presided. Someone asked whether any of the Hillary emails that were being reviewed for production were classified. Kennedy replied, ‘Well, we’ll see.'”
Meaning, when we get through here, after we’ve declassified a bunch of ’em, probably not. So they had classified emails, agency-wide meeting with all of these different elements of the government to discuss declassifying certain Hillary emails. Why would they do that? To protect her. To protect them. To protect Obama. There were classified emails. She was trafficking in classified email on her unsecure server that she had lied about and denied doing, that Obama claimed he knew nothing about when he did.
“Following the all agency meeting, Undersecretary of State Kennedy renewed his effort to pressure the FBI to change its classification of the document in question. The FBI representative wouldn’t budge.” The FBI said, “No, we are not gonna help you declassify this classified document.”
“So Kennedy asked who else at the agency he could talk to. The interviewee gave the name of Michael Steinbach.” All of this was in these hundred pages dumped yesterday. “The interviewee then participated in a call with Kennedy and Steinbach, in which Kennedy ‘continued to pressure the FBI to change the classified markings on the email to unclassified.’ Steinbach refused. What happened next is — deserves to be, anyway — a bombshell.
“Prior to ending the conversation, Kennedy,” of the State Department, “asked whether the FBI or State would conduct the public statements on the matter. Steinbach advised Kennedy that the FBI would not comment publicly on the matter.”
Well, I mean, folks, right there is corruption admitted to. Here you had an all-agency meeting to discuss the declassification of an email in order to protect Hillary’s claim that she had not trafficked in them. And everybody at the meeting admits to and knows what’s going on. And the FBI says, “Don’t worry, we’re not gonna talk about it. Steinbach of the FBI told Kennedy we would not comment publicly on the matter.” Meaning, whatever you do, nobody’s gonna know about it. We’re not gonna blow the whistle on you. Whatever you do, go ahead, we’re not talking.
“That was enough for the astonishingly corrupt Hillary Clinton. This is what happened next: The conference call ended and, according to [ ], the Associated Press (AP) published the story within the hour. Former Secretary of State Clinton appeared in front of the press shortly thereafter to deny having sent classified emails on her private email server.”
They had just taken a classified document and agreed to declassify it just because they needed to for her, not because it deserved to be. It was still a classified bit of information, but they declassified it, enabling her to go out and lie. This is just one document. How many critically important documents have been given the same treatment, have been discussed in the same way? The State Department has put some documents, archived them way back down in the basement, nobody to ever see them again.
Folks, this is just one element of what’s in this hundred page dump. But this one, this story illustrates the full-fledged corruption of Hillary Clinton’s State Department, working with the FBI. She says she never trafficked in classified data, sending it or receiving it. She said that after an agency-wide meeting, an all-agency meeting in which a document about Benghazi was declassified.
Obama Lies some More
RUSH: Guess what, my friends? Obama’s got a press conference, or just finished one with the prime minister of Italy in the Rose Garden. He was asked about what I just shared with you. Question by Kevin Freking of the AP. “Mr. President, does it distress you that folks at the FBI and State Department talked about the proper level of classification of emails that were on Secretary Clinton’s server? Would you acknowledge the appearance of impropriety and should the State Department officials look into this further.”
OBAMA: You’ve heard directly from both the FBI and the State Department that the notion or the accounts that have been put out there are just not true. And, you know, you can question them again, but based on what we have seen, heard, learned, some of the more sensational implications or appearances, as you stated them, aren’t based on actual events and based on what actually happened and I think derive from sort of overly broad characterizations of interactions between the State Department and the FBI that happen a lot.
Evidence of Intent
CALLER: Thank you for taking my call, and thank you for all you’re doing. I think you’re doing a fantastic job at making this all surface. And what I want to say is that I agree with (unintelligible) at the end of the FBI investigation Comey saying there was no evidence of Hillary’s intent. Doesn’t this prove Hillary’s intent?
RUSH: Oh, for crying out loud, great point. Abso-freaking-lutely. The whole no — look, Alice, we know — I’ve got 15 things I want to say here at once, I gotta dial it back. We know, common sense, intelligence guided by experience tells us before we know any of this that Hillary Clinton intended to do exactly what she did! This is just confirming it!
And it wasn’t just Hillary Clinton. There were all kinds of people intending to rig this whole classified versus unclassified documents on her email thing, on her server thing so that she could go out and tell a lie and get away with it. They were actually having meetings over declassifying classified documents. This hundred page document dump from the FBI yesterday, folks, it’s loaded. I’ve only gotten to one aspect of it, and that’s the big meeting.