FBI widens probe of Hillary Clinton, discredits Clinton Foundation

Three unnamed sources have disclosed to Fox News the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server while serving in government now includes the Clinton Foundation.

The new perspective is an addition to an existing exploration into classified material discovered on Hillary Clinton’s e-mail server.

Designated as a potential violation of public corruption laws, the FBI is now looking into whether overlap between Clinton’s tenure at State and the Clinton Foundation involved criminal activity.

In sum, over 150 FBI agents are currently involved with the investigation and the Bureau is preparing subpoenas for the Clinton Foundation’s financial records.

“The agents are investigating the possible intersection of Clinton Foundation donations, the dispensation of State Department contracts and whether regular processes were followed,” one source admitted to Fox News.

Commenting on the abundance of evidence demonstrating wrongdoing, one source stated:

“Many previous public corruption cases have been made and successfully prosecuted with much less evidence than what is emerging in this investigation.”

Another source revealed to Fox News the newly disclosed angle of the probe into Clinton’s e-mail practices began in April 2015.

Mrs. Clinton dismissed Fox News’ story as “unsourced” and “irresponsible.”

Analysis

It has been a bad few days for Hillary and this is growing beyond her capacity to manage.

Given the sensitivity of this information and how damning it could be to the Democratic frontrunner, one supposes it was revealed with the tacit approval of a ranking official at the Justice Department or a top aide in the Obama White House. 

This latest leak plainly signals how eager Mr. Obama is to have this damaging information out for public consumption.

In late July, as the probe into Clinton’s e-mail practices continued to erupt, an unnamed source leaked the existence of a memo from intelligence community Inspector General Charles McCullough III to Congress which outlined his reasoning Clinton had in fact handled material marked “Top Secret,” the highest security designation, through her private server.

For the second time since July, Hillary’s infirmities are being exposed by unnamed sources.

Monday’s revelations come in the wake of the recent disclosure Hillary ordered aide Jake Sullivan to remove security markings from sensitive material and transmit the information through a non-secure channel.

These revelations completely demolish both her utterly unconvincing dismissals of no classified material in e-mail exchanges and the passionate denials her conduct on behalf of the United States was untainted by political favor.

Those familiar with the Clintons appreciate the fact neither the FBI nor prosecutors will easily secure the co-operation of Bill and Hillary.  Hillary’s political future now hinges on FBI incompetence or a sympathetic ear in the White House; and this White House is not particularly fond of its former Secretary of State.

Unapologetic about her deception, Hillary is now searching for a lifebelt: Investigators are no longer concentrating exclusively on her e-mail server and her latest mischief now threatens to engulf her family’s charitable foundation.

Hillary Clinton will spend the remainder of her campaign in search of an audience gullible enough to believe the unveiling of this evidence is the work of sinister forces clutching boundless hostility toward her and her husband.  It will require more than the chorus line of Clinton apologists and media enablers offering eminently silly denials to contest the legitimacy of the investigation’s conclusions and lift her above the threshold of suspicion.

In undoing herself, Hillary Clinton has revealed herself to lack the most basic truths of honesty and good conduct.

 

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