Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano had a number of questions for the FBI after a Monday release of 100 new documents related to Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. These documents continue to paint a portrait of Hillary, and it is definitely not a good one.
Out of these 100 documents, there appears to be a great deal of proof that many backroom deals were offered. Judge Napolitano in particular pointed to these three words in the FBI notes: quid pro quo.
While that is the overriding theme in these documents, there are also some other surprising revelations. To start with, an unnamed individual in these documents noted how Patrick Kennedy had contacted the bureau about the “quid pro quo” designation.
This information in particular is damning because the agent also used those three words for this exchange. “[Redacted] indicated that he had been contacted by Patrick Kennedy Undersecretary of State, who had asked his assistance in altering the email’s classification in exchange for a ‘quid pro quo.’”
The translation is this: Hillary Clinton would put everything up for sale. She does not care for the American people—she only cares about the highest bidder.
These notes released by the FBI read, “[Redacted] advised that in exchange for marking the email unclassified, State would reciprocate by allowing the FBI to place more agents in countries where they are presently forbidden.” Again, those three little words are definitely evident in this exchange.
Judge Napolitano said on “America’s Newsroom” that the documents point to a number of potential offenses. Many individuals not going by the name HRC would be forced to resign or impeached over them.
“I’ve never seen this in my career, where an effort is made to change a document after it is evidence in a criminal prosecution,” Napolitano said. “This is obstruction of justice, that is tampering with evidence, that’s offering a bribe.” He asked a rhetorical question before completing his dialogue: “Why wasn’t someone charged with these crimes by the FBI?” Make no bones about it: all the evidence is there for a prosecution for bribing. “The mere discussion of it is itself a crime,” Napolitano said.
Here’s an analogy almost anyone could understand: if I get pulled over for speeding and offer the police officer a bribe, I would get arrested. At the very least, the people working for Hillary should be fired from their jobs.
Could it be that FBI agents are finally (and hopefully) realizing this woman is corrupt and will start doing their jobs? Hillary does not belong in the oval office. She belongs in jail.
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