Fox News is reporting that the FBI has confirmed to Senator Charles Grassley that SHillary Clinton defense attorney James Comey – who doubles as the director of the FBI — forced agents investigating the Witch from Chappaqua to sign a special non-disclosure agreement.
A July 1 letter sent by a senior deputy to FBI Director James Comey to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, detailed the restrictions on agents. The letter, reviewed by Fox News, confirmed agents signed a “Case Briefing Acknowledgement” which says the disclosure of information is “strictly prohibited” without prior approval, and those who sign are subject to lie detector tests.
“The purpose of this form is to maintain an official record of persons knowledgeable of a highly sensitive Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence investigation,” the agreement attached to the Grassley letter reads, “….I (FBI agent) also understand that, due to the nature and sensitivity of this investigation, compliance with these restrictions may be subject to verification by polygraph examination.”
The measures show the extent to which the bureau has gone to keep additional details of the politically sensitive case from going public. While Comey has provided some information on why the FBI did not opt to pursue charges, Attorney General Loretta Lynch repeatedly ducked questions on specifics of the case at a House hearing Tuesday.
The acknowledgement came months after Grassley first sent a letter to Comey after an tipster informed Grassley’s office of the requirement.
The most corrupt woman in the history of U.S. politics, we have since learned from Comey, was at best too ignorant to know how to protect state secrets and was reckless and careless in sharing classified information with people outside the State Department – like longtime Clinton crony Sidney Blumenthal – but because she is part of the protected class there are no repercussions. But she did not “intend” to be careless or stupid,” Comey said.
SHillary’s interview with FBI agents were not recorded or even transcribed, nor did Comey – who made the call not to prosecute her – participate in the interview. He ostensibly made the decision not to recommend prosecution only a couple of hours after the interviews were completed.
Yet the investigating agents, under penalty of prison, are forced to sign an agreement that at first appeared to supersede whistleblower protections forbidding them from leaking (i.e., revealing criminal conduct they found that Comey shoved down the memory hole) evidence they uncovered: evidence that no doubt would show the Witch’s criminality and Comey’s complicity in the cover-up.
Any rational, thinking person knows that the fix was in from the start. And beyond the “careless” handling of top secret information, there is ample evidence that the Witch perjured herself.
But the fix was in from the beginning. There are rules for the “Big People.” There are different rules for the “Little People.” And then there is the fact that there are no rules that apply to the Clintons.
That means there is no rule of law in America.