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PRISON TIME: Loretta Lynch’s Emails Prove What Was Intentionally Hidden Before Trump Won Election

‘Lynch issued a statement saying…’

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Earlier today ABC News was handed a rough draft of a report that reveals that the disgraced former FBI Director James Comey went rogue and actively defied authority while he was at the FBI. And to make matters even worse for the Obama Administration that wasn’t the only leak today. A second leak also confirmed that Obama’s Attorney General Loretta “Airport Tarmac” Lynch also wanted to hide the Hillary Clinton crimes by hiding the emails found on Anthony “Carlos Danger” Weiner’s laptop before the 2016 election so Hillary could win.

ABC News reported:

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“The draft of Horowitz’s wide-ranging report specifically called out Comey for ignoring objections from the Justice Department when he disclosed in a letter to Congress just days before the 2016 presidential election that FBI agents had reopened the Clinton probe, according to sources. Clinton has said that letter doomed her campaign.

Before Comey sent the letter to Congress, at least one senior Justice Department official told the FBI that publicizing the bombshell move so close to an election would violate longstanding department policy, and it would ignore federal guidelines prohibiting the disclosure of information related to an ongoing investigation, ABC News was told.

In an interview in April, ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked Comey: “If Attorney General Lynch had ordered you not to send the letter, would you have sent it?”

“No,” Comey responded. “I believe in the chain of command.”

But in backing Trump’s ultimate decision to fire Comey last year, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein slammed Comey’s letter to Congress and said it “was wrong” for Comey “to usurp the Attorney General’s authority” when he announced in July 2016 that the FBI would not be filing charges against Clinton or her aides.

“It is not the function of the Director to make such an announcement,” Rosenstein said in a letter to Trump recommending Comey be fired. “At most, the Director should have said the FBI had completed its investigation and presented its findings to federal prosecutors.”

Horowitz’s draft report cited Comey for failing to consult with Lynch and other senior Justice Department officials before making his announcement on national TV. While saying there was no “clear evidence” that Clinton “intended to violate” the law, Comey insisted the former secretary of state was “extremely careless” in her “handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.”

“I have not coordinated or reviewed this statement in any way with the Department of Justice or any other part of the government. They do not know what I am about to say,” Comey said before cameras on July 5, 2016.

By then, Lynch had taken the unusual step of publicly declaring she would accept the FBI’s recommendations in the case, after an impromptu meeting with former president Bill Clinton sparked questions about her impartiality.

Comey has defended his decisions as director, insisting he was trying to protect the FBI from even further criticism and “didn’t see that I had a choice.”

“The honest answer is I screwed up a couple of things, but … I think given what I knew at the time, these were the decisions that were best calculated to preserve the values of the institutions,” Comey told ABC News. “I still think it was the right thing to do.”

More than a year ago, as lawmakers increasingly voiced concern over how the FBI and Justice Department handled matters surrounding the 2016 election, the inspector general’s office announced that it had launched an investigation into an array of allegations, including an allegation “that Department or FBI policies or procedures were not followed in connection with, or in actions leading up to or related to, the FBI Director’s public announcement on July 5, 2016.”

A week before the announcement, while the investigation into Hillary Clinton was still underway, a political firestorm erupted in Washington after Lynch happened to run into Bill Clinton in Arizona and briefly met with him inside a plane sitting on a tarmac there. Days later, with questions swirling over whether Bill Clinton tried to improperly influence the investigation into his wife, Lynch haphazardly announced that she would not recuse herself from the matter but would “fully expect to accept” whatever recommendation the FBI made.

Comey later called it a “tortured half-out, half-in approach.” And after such a “strange” announcement, “I decided I have to step away from her and show the American people the FBI’s work separately,” Comey told ABC News.

The inspector general’s office seemed to similarly view Lynch’s announcement as strange, with the draft report criticizing her for how she handled the impromptu tarmac meeting and its aftermath, according to sources familiar with the findings.

In April, when Comey was promoting his new book “A Higher Loyalty,” Lynch issued a statement saying that during the Clinton email investigation she “trusted” the “non-partisan career prosecutors” handling the case “to assess the facts and make a recommendation — one that I ultimately accepted because I thought the evidence and law warranted it.”

It seems the mystery of the Arizona airport tarmac meeting between Lynch and former President Bill Clinton may now be coming to light. Although they both claimed that they met to discuss their “grandchildren,” there is still speculation of other reasons why they might have met.

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It’s Over: Ellison Learns His Fate Right After 911 Call Comes Out From 2nd ‘Abused’ Woman

He’s Finished!

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Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison scored a victory Tuesday night in the Minnesota primary race for the state’s attorney general days after domestic abuse accusations against him surfaced.

Ellison, who serves as the deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee and is the first Muslim elected to Congress, was accused over the weekend of emotional and physical abuse by an ex-girlfriend.

Addressing the abuse allegations in his victory speech, Ellison said: “We had a very unexpected event at the end of this campaign that happened. I want to assure you that it is not true.”

Ellison ran for the position against state Rep. Debra Hilstrom, former Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman, former Ramsey County Attorney Tom Foley and attorney Matt Pelikan.

The abuse allegations against the congressman first emerged on Saturday when the son of Ellison’s ex-girlfriend, Karen Monahan, alleged on Facebook that he’d read threatening text messages from the lawmaker. He also claimed to have watched a video in which Ellison dragged Monahan off a bed by her feet.

Monahan posted on Twitter a day later that the allegations were “true.”

“Every statement he made was true. @keithellison, you know you did that to me,” she tweeted.

Ellison responded to the allegations, insisting that the video is non-existent and he “never behaved in this way.”

Ellison has long been a leader in the Democratic Party.

The divorced 54-year-old is a six-term congressman who became deputy chairman of the DNC last year after falling just short of the top job. He was among candidates rushing to file for Minnesota’s attorney general office after incumbent Lori Swanson made a late decision to run for governor.

The Minnesota candidate has promised to fight back against policies of President Trump’s administration that he argued were hurting people. He said he aimed to protect ObamaCare and restore net neutrality regulations.

Gateway Pundit reveals what Ellison’s Family is doing to his alleged victims now:

Sourced from The Gateway Pundit:

As reported on Sunday Rep. Keith Ellison’s former lover Karen Monahan hurled scurrilous accusations at the current Deputy Chairman of the Democrat Party.

Karen’s son accused Democrat Party Deputy Chair Keith Ellison of physically and mentally abusing his mother while they were in a relationship. Austin Monahan described seeing video of HORRIFIC abuse by Keith Ellison.
Fellow Democrat and Minnesotan running against Ellison in the AG primary, Debra Hilstrom, shared the viral Facebook post and demanded that Ellison address the allegations.

Austin Monahan described seeing video of Keith Ellison –Screaming “f*cking bitch!” and dragging his mother off a bed by her feet!

The Democrat Party Deputy Chairman responded to the shocking abuse allegations on Sunday afternoon by denying the accusations.

On Tuesday investigative reporter Laura Loomer uncovered a second Minnesota woman who accused Rep. Keith Ellison of domestic violence.

And a police 911 report confirms the incident thanks to work of Laura Loomer!
Reporter Laura Loomer posted the 911 report.

But at least Keith can count on his brother Eric.

Eric Ellison is attacking the woman who accused his brother of abuse.

Eric posted a series of tweets on Tuesday.

Via Victoria Balfour:

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It’s Over For Omarosa After Her Past Skeletons Just Totally Destroyed Her Case Against Trump

Omarosa is toast!

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Omarosa Manigault Newman is pushing her anti-Trump scandal extra hard as she’s coincidently releasing a book. She was recently fired from the White House and supposedly had a video or audio recording of President Trump saying the “N-word” but so far no tape has actually emerged. Her allegations continuously come up empty and it seems like she has empty threats as she actually indicts herself for recording people secretly in the White House, which could be a crime in and of itself.

While she pushes this nonsense case against Trump, the disgruntled Manigault Newman is having her own little skeletons creep out of the closets. It’s being reported that former VP Al Gore couldn’t wait to fire her either. So not only was she not good enough for the Trump administration, but she wasn’t good enough for another one either. She reportedly had multiple jobs during the Clinton administration and it doesn’t seem like they wanted her there at all. Maybe it’s not the administration that’s the problem, but perhaps she’s the problem. Maybe people should stop hiring her for jobs now that they know about her history and the fact that people keep wanting her out.

It’s one thing for a presidential administration to be unhappy with someone they hired, but what they’re saying about Omarosa is certainly quite nasty. “She was the worst hire we ever made,” Mary Margaret Overbey, Gore’s former office administrator told The Times.” Worst. Hire. Ever. That’s not something people say about someone when they’re willing to be a reference for their next job. It makes you wonder why Trump hired her, just to watch her get tossed out by John Kelly later.

It also makes you wonder why she’s apparently not very good at the jobs that people hire her for. Why do people keep hiring her if they’re just going to fire her? How did she get this job? Either way, she’s out and now she’s peddling her book on everyone, but I can’t say that it seems interesting. It doesn’t.

Kerry Picket wrote for The Daily Caller:

“The Trump White House is not the first to be unsatisfied with the work performance of Omarosa Manigault, the former senior Trump staffer who already released secretly recorded conversations she had with the president and Chief of Staff John Kelly.

“Despite Manigault’s complaints that she was treated poorly in the Trump White House during her tenure as one of the highest paid staffers there, former “numerous” staffers for Vice President Al Gore’s office told The New York Times last year that she was a terrible employee for the then-vice president.

“During her days on Trump’s NBC program The Apprentice, People Magazine reported in 2004 that she held four jobs within two years when she worked for the Clinton administration.

“At 24 years of age, she scored an entry-level, $25,000-per-year post replying to invitations for the vice president. According to The Times, she left a mound of 13 months-worth of unanswered correspondence addressed to Gore below her desk.

“People Magazine reported a former staffer said, “she didn’t do her job, and it got everybody in trouble.”

“’She was the worst hire we ever made,” Mary Margaret Overbey, Gore’s former office administrator told The Times.

“Manigault was then moved to the Clinton White House to the position of deputy associate director of presidential personnel. She only lasted eight months in that job until she was transferred out of the White House all together to the Commerce Department.

“There, Cheryl Shavers, who served as the Department’s undersecretary for technology, described Manigault to The Times as “unqualified and disruptive,” so she “had her removed.” Savers also told People Magazine in 2004 that “One woman wanted to slug her.”

“Additionally, Omarosa reportedly embellished her job titles, tasks, and work performance on her resume in different posts and sources repeatedly disputed to The Times her claims, including a Howard University spokesman who said she was, in fact, a “facilitator and presenter” and never a professor at the school.'”

The Trump administration needs to make sure they don’t hire someone like her again. From what we’re learning about her, it seems like she was a backstabber, traitor, and recording people secretly within the confines of the White House. Will she be charged with a crime for any of this? It’s unknown.

It has become a wait-and-see type of thing as she pushes her possibly “fake news” agenda on team Trump – of course, she keeps coming up empty so far.

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