[Daily Caller] FBI emails released by a conservative watchdog group Monday suggest the bureau was lax in its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Judicial Watch obtained the 218 pages of emails between former FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok and agency lawyer Lisa Page. The activist group says the documents demonstrate how the FBI showed "special treatment" towards the former secretary of state and her lawyer.
"These incredible documents show the leadership of the FBI rushed to give Hillary Clinton her FBI interview report shortly before the election," Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton wrote in a news release. "And the documents also show the FBI failed to timely document interviews in the Clinton email ’matter’ ‐ further confirming the whole investigation was a joke." (RELATED: Liz Cheney: Strzok-Page Text Messages ’Could Well Be Treason)
The emails focus on what the bureau calls "302s" ‐ reports that document what was said during an interview between an agent and a witness. Page reportedly notes in one email that no such 302 was completed in four instances during the Clinton investigation. The lawyer, who was involved in an affair with Strzok at the time, did not go into details as to why there was such an oversight.
I got flamed on several shooting blogs for commenting that suppressors are a toy and everyone who got a woody about making them more widely available stole momentum from nationwide carry reciprocity legislation, which is much more necessary. Not whining, I knew it would set some peoples' hair on fire to say it.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
06/05/2019 9:00 Comments ||
The problem is not suppressor but the guy who had the suppressed firearm. He was a nutjob.
"We live in a society where homosexuals lecture us on morals, transvestites lecture us on human biology, baby killers lecture us on human rights and socialists lecture us on economics."
When a Facebook friend replied that they "hate to think of the country my grandkids will live in," adding change would "take a revolution," Chambers replied: "The only way to change it would be to kill the problem out. I know it’s bad to say but without killing them out there’s no way to fix it."
Chambers initially denied writing the post to WBRC but later said they were meant to be shared in a private message as opposed to a public post. He also said the comments were taken out of context.
"I never said anything about killing out gays or anything like that," Chambers told the television station, saying his posts was referring to what would happen in a "revolution."
"If it comes to a revolution in this country both sides of these people will be killed out," he said.
Chambers was not at city hall when AL.com attempted to contact him and the person who answered the phone said he did not have email. He has not responded to questions sent to him via the city clerk.
Carbon Hill is in Walker County. The town has a population of some 2,200 people.
As Gowron said, "How do you kill an idea?" Every bad idea ever thought up becomes part of the human race's intellectual baggage. Just as bad money pushes out good money, merely having better ideas is no insurance of a decent outcome. That said, I'm just not up for thoughtcrime exterminations, it would rebound in ways I'd rather not contemplate.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
06/05/2019 4:46 Comments ||
Lots of people die in civil wars. No getting around it. It's nasty. BTW, isn't there one state with a motto - Live Free or Die
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.