Shocking ‘Side Deals’ Show That The FBI Investigation Of Hillary Was A Total SHAM

October 03, 2016Oct 03, 2016

The FBI never had any intention of recommending charges for Hillary Clinton over her illegal use of a private server in which she sent and received classified information. 

According to Fox News, the FBI made a deal with the Department of Justice that both limited the scope of the investigation and destroyed the remaining evidence so that there could be no future action taken in the case.

Members of the House Judiciary Committee revealed on Monday that the Department of Justice and the FBI made side agreements as part of the immunity deal given to Hillary Clinton’s aides, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson.

The side deals limited the FBI to searching the aide’s laptops for information that originated no later than January 31, 2015. That is unthinkable due to the fact that Hillary’s backup emails weren’t even deleted until March 31st, 2015.

Another side deal by the FBI and Department of Justice was that after their severely limited investigation, the FBI would destroy the laptops. Let that sink in. The FBI not only failed to fully investigate the scope of Hillary’s email scandal but then they destroyed the evidence so that no one could properly investigate the case in the future.

A major question that is yet unanswered is why would the FBI even give Hillary’s aides immunity and cut a ridiculous deal for the laptops when they could have easily just issued a subpoena for them. 

The immunity side deals amount to an investigator cutting a deal with a suspect that allows the investigator to only partially investigate the evidence and events leading up to a crime and in return destroying all of evidence when the results of the investigation inevitably turn up fruitless.

The FBI's investigation into the laptops revealed that they had classified information on them, but under the terms of the deal, that evidence was destroyed. 

Why do you think that the FBI and the Department of Justice made these deals?