FBI Ignored 'Golden' Evidence of Child Trafficking in Hillary Clinton Emails
Files on Anthony Weiner's laptop 'deliberately ignored'
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, and Hillary Clinton have a HUGE Weiner issue that is far bigger than we first realized.
In accordance with the just recently released Inspector General report, on September 28 and 29, 2016 the New York workplace of the FBI instantly reported to the Washington head office its discovery of, first, 141,000 and after that 350,000 e-mails on the laptop of Anthony Weiner-- also known as "Carlos Danger," a now-convicted sex transgressor.
Mr. Weiner is the spouse of Hillary Clinton's inseparable aide Huma Abedin.
Now we understand by October 4; the New York workplace had discovered 700,000 emails.
The New York representatives had seen and reported to FBI management they had seen email headers, all domain names, Mrs. Clinton's initials on one delicate but not categorized document, and the missing BlackBerry backups.
The New York agents explained it as the "whole file" of all Hillary Clinton e-mails from 2006 until 2016, including the BlackBerry messages that Comey himself had actually referred to as "the golden emails."
The "mid-year team" of FBI representatives investigating the e-mail problems had actually been informed by Clinton's staff and attorneys that there was a complete archive on both a thumb drive and a laptop computer, however incredibly, no one seemed to have them.
A minimum of some on the mid-year group was disappointed and thought Clinton's attorneys were lying.
Others, including Comey, claimed they were searching for those under every "stone" however nobody could find them.
Keep in mind: Hillary Clinton's lawyers produced approximately 30,000 of her emails, and they appear to have claimed that was the entirety of her work-related emails.
Mrs. Clinton, staff and technical assistance had actually intentionally erased roughly 33,000 emails that were simply about "yoga" and "wedding event plans."
They produced absolutely nothing from the start of her tenure as Secretary of State.
Then, her server was wiped with "BleachBit.".
There were so many emails on this wiped server.
Numerous, countless emails, the "entire file"-- whatever Clinton-- consisting of information from the BlackBerrys and other gadgets for which the FBI and DOJ chose not to run search warrants due to the fact that they "assumed" they had been destroyed.
So what did the FBI make with this "explosive" "bomb" consisting of the "golden emails" on the BlackBerry that everybody knew was missing out on from the production?
Absolutely nothing-- a minimum of absolutely nothing to get evidence.
There was a mass of panic at Headquarters.
Strzok-Page texts show that Strzok, McCabe, and Priestap went over the Weiner laptop computer among themselves quickly after the "bomb" dropped in the video conference that day.
In reality, Priestap and Strzok were waiting outside McCabe's workplace to discuss it while McCabe was with Comey.
There were also two calls between Comey and McCabe that night.
Does anyone really believe they were not having their own "oh sh*t" moment?
The FBI case agent in New York sure had one.
Remarkably, McCabe, Comey, Priestap, Strzok, and after that Mary McCord at DOJ have little recollection of much of this at all.
It kind of just "fell off the radar."
They were "busy."
It was most likely "replicates," and their focus was on the "Russia" examination to which they gave concern.
And after all, no one expected any details on the laptop to "change the result of the case.".
Naturally, they did not, but the only reason for that is that the result that she would not be prosecuted was a foregone conclusion from the start.
Obama and Hillary had both declared it.
Comey, McCabe, Strzok, and others gave different factors for sitting on the "whole file" of Clinton's e-mails for a month.
The inspector basic takes a look at-- and resoundingly turned down-- each of them.
For one, they all asserted that they anticipated and hoped that the emails were simply duplicates of ones they had actually already evaluated.
This is impossible.
Initially, do the math.
There were 675,000 of them-- at least 350,000 of which they understood from the video call of September 28.
Clinton produced roughly 30,000 emails-- declaring that consisted of all her job-related e-mails.
Allegedly, her staff chose 33,000 e-mails that were simply individual.
Integrated, that is more than 600,000 emails brief of this colossal discover, which is ten times the total variety of e-mails Clinton and business declared existed.
Second, the representatives and Comey all understood they had no BlackBerry messages from Mrs. Clinton's production.
However from Weiner's laptop, they knew from the headers and dates, they had all those-- the very first two months of her tenure as secretary of state.
This was the motherlode of Clinton guilt-- the answers to everything they did not desire anybody to know.
And there's more.
As early as October 3, the Weiner case agent was "upset" over the sound of "crickets" from headquarters and the "incorrect" declarations of Director Comey regarding the variety of e-mails they possessed.
He felt compelled to press the concern in New York, all the way approximately U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.
The case agent himself acknowledged that the FBI had ten times the number of Clinton emails that the director had reported on the record, and they had the important BlackBerry messages as well.
He might not think someone in New York had actually not called him to get the drive.
Extremely worried, the case representative went to the U.S. attorneys for the Southern District of New York.
An assistant United States attorney told the inspector general the representative believed "somebody was not acting properly, somebody was attempting to bury this."
The attorneys were concerned the agent may "act out.".
"Act out" implies blow the whistle.
United States Attorney Bharara was so adequately familiar with the deafening silence from Washington that he advised his chief counsel to document whatever his workplace had actually done-- "with a hundred percent accuracy."
"Things seemed uncommon" to him, and he wanted a record of their actions, including their recovery of more than 700,000 e-mails.
Bharara instructed his deputy to call the Justice Department directly in case "something had actually failed the cracks."
That call made it difficult for the FBI and DOJ to continue to keep this "trove" buried.
The very same day, October 21, Agent Strzok wrote to Lisa Page: Toscas at DOJ was "now conscious NY has HRC-Huma emails by means of Weiner invest [igation]".
Lastly, five days later on, on October 26, the New York case agent was able to talk straight to the mid-year representatives. (" Mid-year" is the name the FBI offered the investigation.)
The case agent reported once again:
"Based on the variety of emails, we might have every email that Huma and Hillary ever sent each other." 
On October 30, the Department of Justice finally got in gear to obtain a warrant-- to include whatever dealing during Mrs. Clinton's tenure with the State Department and all gadgets-- and especially the Comey-denominated "golden emails" from the BlackBerrys and all the messages sent out to Abedin to be provided to Mrs. Clinton, right?
Surprise # 1: Despite everyone's acknowledgment of the significance of the "explosive" "bomb," and the "golden emails" on the Weiner laptop computer, the FBI never ever even looked for to evaluate the "golden" e-mails. FBI General Counsel Baker pushed tough to expand the application to include those, but Strzok and DOJ prosecutors shot it down.
Surprise # 2: They deliberately ignored the emails in between Huma Abedin and others-- in spite of understanding she was a proxy for the Secretary and had lied to them in her interview.
Federal, private investigators, understood people would email Abedin, and she would print things out for Clinton. Abedin admitted it was much easier for her to print things from the house in Brooklyn.
Rationally then, it appears it was Abedin who deliberately stripped classified markings from emails to forward the information to Mrs. Clinton so she might then deny ever getting anything significant classified. It's called "possible deniability," and it was an intentional and unlawful plan for managing categorized details.
Surprise # 3: Over experts' objections, the FBI never ever evaluated the Weiner laptop computer to determine if foreign agents had compromised it despite finding that Huma Abedin had forwarded the categorized info to it.
Those were flagrant infractions of 18 U.S.C. § 793.
There are very important conclusions from these realities in the inspector general's report.
The Weiner laptop computer likely contains the responses to the public's questions about all things Clinton-- her scandals, the Clinton Foundation pay-to-play, blockage of justice as well as possible espionage act violations.
The FBI's claim to have evaluated all the relevant Clinton emails is certainly false.
The inspector general's report belies the FBI's claim to have actually left no stone unturned.
The Weiner laptop and content of all iCloud accounts must be instantly gotten and protected by an independent counsel in whom the public can have confidence.
Justice requires both a complete examination of Mrs. Clinton's numerous possible criminal offenses and of the efforts of agents of the FBI and the Department of Justice to cover all of it up.
Numerous high-ranking officials including Barack Obama were emailing Mrs. Clinton directly or through Huma Abedin. The Weiner laptop computer and the iCloud account had everything.
It was the complete archive they were searching for.
Who else among the high-powered elite are the FBI and DOJ safeguarding by their cover-up?