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Hillary Has Disgusting 3-Word Response To IG Report Exposing Her – She’s So Guilty!

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Hillary Clinton has found herself going viral, but not exactly in a good way. She dropped a blithering 3-word response to the IG Report on her Twitter account that reminds readers what she was exposed for. Her response was “but my emails” and she received hundreds of thousands of replies, retweets, and ‘likes’ combined. However, the replies she received included a lot of negativity from people who were not supportive of her. Some replies instructed her to “go away” or reminded her that Trump won the election in 2016.

Clinton may have thought the reply was clever, but many might dig deeper and analyze this to be associated with her in the sense of admitting her own guilt. It might appear that she’s also trying to brush her situation with missing or classified emails under the rug by snarking about the IG Report. What she said might have backfired and some of the replies from the public surely suggest that.

Fox broke the story stating:

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“Clinton’s response was also seen as a poke at James Comey, the former FBI Director, who seems to be wrapped in his own controversy.

Hillary Clinton took a jab at former FBI Director James Comey on Thursday after it was revealed in a watchdog report on the bureau’s handling of her email investigation that the fired bureau chief himself used an unsecured account to “conduct unclassified FBI business.”

“But my emails,” Clinton wrote on Twitter in response to the report released by the Justice Department, which disclosed that Comey told investigators he used his personal Gmail (Google Mail) accounts for some of his work at the FBI.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz wrote he found the former director’s use of personal email to be “inconsistent with Department policy,” citing what he called “the absence of exigent circumstances and the frequency with which the use of personal email occurred.”

Clinton was often scrutinized during the 2016 presidential campaign trail for using a private email server when she served as secretary of state during the Obama administration.

After a lengthy investigation, Comey controversially announced in July 2016 that the agency would not recommend charges, but said that Clinton was “extremely careless” in the “handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.”

He then announced he would revisit the probe just days before the election after the discovery of new emails, a move that the Clinton camp has partially blamed for her loss to President Trump.

The probe was closed again just days before Trump’s election victory.”

The IG report dives into the connections with Obama and Hillary a bit, but readers can get the full scope by taking their time to read and comprehend the document on their own.

“However, former President Obama again made public comments about the Midyear investigation in an interview with FOX News Sunday on April 10, 2016. Obama stated that while former Secretary Clinton had been “careless” in managing her emails while she was Secretary of State, she would never intentionally do anything to endanger the security of the United States with her emails. He also stated that he would not interfere in the FBI’s investigation into her private email server. Obama stated, “I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department, or the F.B.I. — not just in this case, but in any case.”

It later continues:
“FBI witnesses told us that both FBI agents and analysts were involved in determining what devices and other evidence to obtain. Based on our review of the evidence, the FBI obtained more than 30 devices; received consent to search Clinton-related communications on most of these devices; and identified numerous work-related emails that were not part of the 30,490 emails produced by Clinton’s attorneys to the State Department, many of which they sent to other agencies for classification review. The thirty devices included two of Clinton’s servers, each of which consisted of multiple devices; storage devices used alongside Clinton’s servers; numerous devices that were used to back up Clinton’s emails during her tenure; some of Clinton’s handheld devices; Pagliano’s State Department desktop computer; several flash drives and laptop computers that contained copies of the 30,490 emails that Clinton’s attorneys produced to the State Department; and the two laptops used by Clinton’s attorneys to cull her emails for production to the State Department. Once the FBI received consent to review a device, staff from the FBI’s Operational Technology Division (OTD) generally imaged the device and prepared the image for a filter team to remove material that was privileged or otherwise not subject to search pursuant to the terms of a consent agreement. OTD then uploaded the emails and other data from the device for FBI analysts to review. OTD also attempted to de-duplicate emails. The analysts reviewed the emails recovered from each device for the same purposes as they reviewed the initial 30,490 to identify both suspected classified information and evidence of intent to mishandle classified information.”

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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service in the world, RWN offers the following information published by The Daily Caller:

Police are hunting for a Hispanic woman who was caught on camera choking the manager of a McDonald’s in Orange County, California.

The woman went to the back door of the fast food restaurant asking for ketchup. After the store manager told the woman she was not allowed in the area, the woman grew “combative” and attacked the store manager. The woman “pushed, punched, and choked” the manager, according to the Santa Ana Police Department.

The video, taken on Oct. 27 and posted Tuesday, shows a woman in a pink shirt pushing the manager around the restaurant’s kitchen area, slamming the victim into a computer, coffee pot and wall.

A store employee attempted to separate the assailant from the store manager, broke away from the action for a moment to hand something to a customer at the drive-thru window and returned to help the manager.

The woman eventually broke off the fight after a man walked in from the back of the restaurant and walked her out.

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‘Creepy Porn Star Lawyer’ Michael Avenatti ARRESTED – His Time Is Up!

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Anti-Trump attorney Michael Avenatti was reportedly arrested on charges of felony domestic violence that seriously injured his estranged wife.

According to a report in TMZ, the lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels and one of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s less-credible accusers was taken into custody Wednesday after a confrontation “at an exclusive apartment building in the Century City area of L.A.”

The celebrity-news site said the reported attack by Mr. Avenatti took place Tuesday though.

Hollywood Reporter has more on this story

Michael Avenatti was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence on Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

A report for the alleged abuse was filed Tuesday, a Los Angeles police spokesman said.

Avenatti is Stormy Daniels’ attorney. He has made a name for himself by going after President Trump and his White House.

Avenatti is awaiting booking, police said. It is unclear at which L.A. station he will be processed.

The lawyer, who rose to fame as the attorney for Stormy Daniels (nee Stephanie Clifford) in her defamation lawsuit against President Trump, has emerged as a vocal and harsh critic of the president in seemingly ubiquitous appearances on cable news, in fiery tweets and in public appearances. “There’s only one way that these tweets and this behavior and this conduct and this misogyny is going to end, and it’s only going to end if you displace Donald Trump from the presidency of the United States,” the lawyer said recently at Politicon.

Avenatti has recently been hinting at a 2020 bid for the U.S. presidency, recently visiting states including Iowa, Ohio, Florida, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Illinois. He’s also been engaging with potential supporters in Hollywood: “A number of people have stepped forward and said that they would do whatever I needed in the way of financial support, as well as introductions, hosting events, things of that nature,” Avenatti told The Hollywood Reporter in August.

Since he began suggesting he would run for president, Avenatti has come under intense scrutiny for financial decisions. A report by The Daily Beast said that former companies owned by the lawyer owed millions in unpaid taxes and judgments. He was also ordered in October to pay $4.85 million to an attorney at a former law firm as part of a lawsuit over back pay.

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