Bombshell Leak Shows Money Was Exchanged Within The Clinton Investigation


The evidence is clear that the fix is in and the powerful are set to crown Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States. However, the events leading up to her arraignment as leader of these great states will forever follow her and possibly be her downfall.

The FBI investigations into Hillary Clinton’s email server and the consecutive release of those emails through Wikileaks has uncovered countless crimes and immoral actions that have been attributed to the entire faction surrounding her. The latest telltale that was discharged last Monday shows that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a longtime friend of Hillary and Bill, redirected money to the campaign of the wife of a top FBI official.

The political organizations under McAuliffe’s control gave more than $675,000 to the 2015 Virginia state Senate campaign of Jill McCabe, the wife of FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe. As director James Comey’s right hand man, McCabe helped to oversee the probe into whether Clinton mishandled classified information on her server.

Campaign finance records show that McAuliffe’s political-action committee, Common Good VA, donated $467,500 to the McCabe campaign, while the remaining $207,788 came from the Virginia Democratic Party itself. Ironically, this state branch of the Democratic Party is essentially controlled by Gov. McAuliffe himself. The total funds donated accounts for more than one-third of all the money contributed to McCabe’s campaign.

Jill McCabe announced her candidacy in March 2015, the same month that the news about Clinton’s email server was released to the public. Her husband, Andrew, was also in charge of the FBI’s Washington field office at this time, but was promoted to the 3rd in command under Comey after the formal FBI investigation began in July.

However, in a statement released by the FBI, none of this is reported as being an issue because McCabe was not promoted to the number 2 position until February the following year, months after his wife lost her race. Only then did he assume “for the first time, an oversight role in the investigation into Secretary Clinton’s emails.”

According to the FBI’s statement to the Wall Street Journal, McCabe distanced himself from his wife’s campaign and refused to participate in public events or fundraising efforts of any kind. McCabe also sought ethics advice from the bureau and followed it, according to the New York Times.

Before McCabe received his initial promotion into the ranks of the FBI leadership, he ran the bureau’s Washington, D.C. field office that provided necessary resources to the Clinton investigation. Campaign finance records show that 98% of the McAuliffe donations to his wife, Jill, were not received until after the FBI launched its probe into Clinton’s email server.

All of this information requires voters to believe that Andrew McCabe – as the number 3 official at the FBI – had nothing to do with the largest, most sensitive and most publicized case at that agency in years. It also lends credibility to the belief that the FBI investigation was nothing but a farce meant to give the perception of a criminal investigation while all along she was already let off the hook and deemed not worthy for prosecution.

H/T [Wall Street Journal]


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