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John Durham Needs To Investigate Why
The Info Generating The Mueller Probe
Is All Linked To Hillary Clinton

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Posted By: Judy W., 6/1/2019 7:19:05 AM

The Federal Bureau of Investigation had a budget approaching $10 billion during James Comey’s tenure as its director. Combined with budgets for the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency, these agencies cost taxpayers around $30 billion annually. Therefore, one would think that incriminating evidence derived from the FBI, NSA, or CIA could have linked Donald Trump to Russian hackers or Kremlin operatives, if that evidence existed. Instead, almost all the major findings used to justify investigations into Trump’s campaign are linked to Hillary Clinton or the Democratic Party.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Muguy 6/1/2019 7:29:18 AM (No. 88234)
Keep digging. Have we forgotten the things Donna Brazile revealed in her book about rigging campaigns? There are plenty of breaches in election law to be investigated, but then as she said "it would bring down a lot" of corrupt colleagues in DC
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Pearson365 6/1/2019 9:16:46 AM (No. 88294)
Yet another article tossed onto a mountain of other articles detailing the involvement of Hillary in creating the Dossier and the corrupt actions of Comey, Brennan, Clapper and others in using this fiction to spy on candidate and then President Trump. Yet none of this extensive research seems to penetrate the DoJ. Doesn’t anyone in the DoJ and FBI read anything but the WaPo and NY Times? And, do these 150,000+ employees only watch MSNBC and CNN?
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Faldo 6/1/2019 10:04:49 AM (No. 88345)
Fusion GPS is a creation of the Murdochs after Obama's first national election victory. Rupert wanted to play nice with the new administration, signaling his immediate support by scrapping his entire WSJ DC Investigative Bureau so real, tangible gains could be achieved for the family and friends (Alwaleed.) The 'best of both worlds' for Rupert and Honest James--FNC making big $ as controlled opposition and Rupert 'fixing' things with Valjar so the Holders & Lynches of the DOJ lay off News Corp malfeasance involving illegal hacking/spying across the globe to sell newspapers or protect valuable copyrights (UK tabloids, the movie Avatar.) Hillary is not behind Fusion GPS--just a paying client.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 6/1/2019 10:11:37 AM (No. 88353)
WE know without the need for one of their costly investigations and we have known since that night in 2016 when the champagne bottle went sailing through the big screen. The entitled old corruptocrat is not a good loser but she should be since she has had so much practice. Her election however was not just a huge disappointment for her, it was the death knell for the top layers of the FBI and an expose' of the misuse of our intelligence agencies (who have managed to keep their budgets a secret for so long) so a lot was riding on the back of the Beest. She is a lifelong criminal but I suspect we will still be hearing chants of "Lock her up!" on the day that she dies.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: bad-hair 6/1/2019 11:08:43 AM (No. 88418)
Durham To Do List Coffee Investigate why the info generating the Mueller probe is ALL linked to Hillary Clinton. Lunch Indictments
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