Thursday, November 17, 2016

Not only did Hillary Clinton lie about sending classified information on her private server – a crony at the State Department tried to bribe the FBI to help her get away with it. And the first step in bringing Hillary to justice is bring her cohorts to justice. Thousands are petitioning President-elect Donald Trump to hold the traitorous State Department bureaucrat accountable for his attempted criminal coverup.

The State Department found an email with “secret” classification on the server, and knew that it would expose Hillary Clinton’s repeated lie to the American people. Did they own up to the error? No way.

Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy offered a “quid pro quo” to the FBI. If the FBI would scrub the classified marking on that email, he would open up job positions in an overseas location where the FBI wanted to station agents.

The FBI denied the request, but Kennedy was not deterred. He kept offering the bribe at perpetually higher levels.

Patrick Kennedy is no stranger to Clinton scandals. He personally decided to slash “the security personnel assigned to Tripoli from 34 to 6, with tragic consequences” for the victims of the terrorist attack in Benghazi.

Offering to trade favors is not only the textbook definition of government corruption – it’s totally illegal. Undersecretary Kennedy is still at the State Department, with a taxpayer-funded salary.

Nearly 3,000 people have signed a petition asking Trump to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged criminal coverup. Congressmen Jason Chaffetz and Devin Nunes said it best: “Those who receive classified intelligence should not traffic in it.”

An impartial legal authority could help Trump “drain the swamp” and restore integrity in Washington.

Trump’s Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway hinted appointing a special prosecutor is still a very real option for a Trump administration.

Let’s make sure it happens!

Share if you want Hillary and her evil cronies brought to JUSTICE!

Leave a comment...

Want more stuff like this?

Add your email and your name and we'll send you the most interesting stories we get our hands on!


Sign-up with Facebook

By submitting above you agree to the TellMeNow privacy policy.