Donald R. McClarey

Deep State at War With US

Democrat pollster Mark Penn, Clinton’s chief strategist and pollster during her 2008 run for the Democrat nomination for President, lays it out for us:   I’ve seen President Clinton deny he had a relationship with “that woman, Miss Lewinsky.” I’ve

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Donald R. McClarey

Contempt

I have spent a good part of the last 35 years asking questions of witnesses and listening to their answers.  Many of these witnesses have been hostile to the side I was representing in civil or criminal cases, and occasionally

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Donald R. McClarey

Missing Texts

      Well, isn’t this special:   The Justice Department has turned over to Congress additional text messages involving an FBI agent who was removed from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team following the discovery of derogatory comments about

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Donald R. McClarey

A Partisan Witch Hunt Above the Law

The more we learn about FBI Section Leader Peter Strzok, the married agent dismissed in August 2017 from the Russia investigation by Robert Mueller after the discovery of anti-Trump emails, by a DOJ internal investigation of the Clinton e-mails investigation,

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Donald R. McClarey

The FBI Swamp

Instapundit, Glenn Reynolds, brings us the news of just how tainted the FBI has become:   SO THE FBI SUPERVISOR WHO WAS TEXTING ABOUT HOW MUCH HE HATED TRUMP is the one who interviewed Mike Flynn. “A supervisory special agent

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Donald R. McClarey

The Fix Was Always In

    If we needed further proof that the voters made the right decision in deciding that Hillary Clinton would not sit in the Oval Office:   According to new transcripts released by the Senate Judiciary Thursday afternoon, former FBI

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Comey: Never Mind

  FBI Director James Comey delivers a November surprise: Dear Messrs. Chairmen:  I write to supplement my October 28, 2016 letter that notified you the FBI would be taking additional investigative steps with respect to former Secretary of State Clinton’s

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What’s Next

  I promised you a wild finish in this oddest of all election years and I believe the FBI has furnished it!  What does it mean for the rest of the next nine campaigning days before election day?  Negative Coverage-Most

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FBI Reopens Investigation Into Clinton E-Mails

A Hiroshima sized October surprise:   The FBI is reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server that she used while serving as Secretary of State, NBC News has learned. FBI director James Comey wrote in a letter to

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Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

  “Comrades!’ he cried. ‘You do not imagine, I hope, that we pigs are doing this in a spirit of selfishness and privilege? Many of us actually dislike milk and apples. I dislike them myself. Our sole object in taking

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Clinton Knew Nothing, Nothing!

Well, judging from this document dump from the FBI on Friday, Hillary Clinton does a mean Sergeant Schultz imitation:   Hillary Clinton told FBI agents that she could not recall issues related to her email server at least 26 times,

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Clinton E-Mail Depositions: Huma Abedin

  When it comes to the Clintons the normal rules that apply to the rest of us apparently do not apply to them.  For example, in a FOIA act lawsuit brought over the Clinton e-mails by Judicial Watch, a conservative

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Hillary For Sale

 The level of corruption on display in the State Department e-mails just revealed through the litigation brought by conservative group Judicial Watch, is too great for even the mainstream media to ignore: WASHINGTON (AP) — More than half the people

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Pay for Play at the State Department

    Judicial Watch, the conservative group that has forced, through litigation, the release of e-mails from Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, has a press release today that builds a damning case that “pay for play” was standard operating

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Questions, Questions

    A reader over at Powerline who identifies himself as a Federal agent who has been involved in hundreds of investigations over the years has some questions about the FBI investigation of the Clinton e-mails:   But to anyone

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Clinton E-Mails: Unfinished Business

  Dave Griffey at Daffey Thoughts reminds us that the Clinton e-mails unindicted crimes, and their fallout, remains unfinished business:   I’m sure it won’t go away.  It never does.  Nothing new.  Political parties have been going after each other since the

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Comey Testifies

  FBI Director James Comey was grilled before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee for four hours/  A few interesting revelations came out. Hillary Clinton’s interview was not recorded and she was not placed under oath.  Not recording the

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Clinton v. Comey

  This is devastating.  From Reason TV a video contrasting Clinton’s version with the truth as explained by FBI Director Comey.  Most politicians lie at one time or another.  Few politicians lie all the time about matters small and great. 

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Gangster Government

    Christopher Johnson at Midwest Conservative Journal says it all: From the United States Code, Title 18, section 793(f): Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph,

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Cui Bono?

    Most commentators are assuming that the decision of the FBI not to recommend prosecution of Clinton is good news for her and bad news for Trump.  I don’t think the political calculus is so  simple.  Looking at this

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Laws Are For Little People

      That is the only conclusion one can draw from the presentation by the FBI Director today.  The mishandling of the e-mails was a strict liability offense, no mens rea required.  In other words no criminal intent need

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Clinton E-Mail Depositions: Bryan Pagliano

  When it comes to the Clintons the normal rules that apply to the rest of us apparently do not apply to them.  For example, in a FOIA act lawsuit brought over the Clinton e-mails by Judicial Watch, a conservative

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Bill Clinton Meets the Attorney General in Private Meeting

    Well isn’t this sweet?   A source tipped off the local ABC affiliate about the brief meeting, which reportedly lasted about 30 minutes, at the Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport. President Clinton reportedly learned Lynch was arriving soon

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Clinton E-Mail Depositions: Stephen Mull

When it comes to the Clintons the normal rules that apply to the rest of us apparently do not apply to them.  For example, in a FOIA act lawsuit brought over the Clinton e-mails by Judicial Watch, a conservative group,

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Clinton E-Mail Depositions

  When it comes to the Clintons the normal rules that apply to the rest of us apparently do not apply to them.  For example, in a FOIA act lawsuit brought over the Clinton e-mails by Judicial Watch, a conservative

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