Evidence shows FBI not only knew Hillary was guilty, but that best bud Sydney Blumenthal wanted access to ‘billions’ of dollars

By Jon Dougherty

(NationalSentinel) In the annals of American history, future generations will know that Bill and Hillary Clinton were perhaps the most corrupt unindicted politicians our country has ever experienced.

More evidence of that fact emerged this week thanks to the intrepid reporting of Jordan Schachtel, a national security and foreign policy expert at the Institute of World Politics.



In a series of tweets, Schachtel laid out details of newly-discovered information proving the FBI was well aware that Hillary Clinton was guilty of serial abuses and mishandling of highly classified information, and in fact, believed that all of her emails were stolen by foreign powers.

What’s more, evidence indicates that longtime Clinton operative and associate Sydney Blumenthal attempted to convince his benefactor, Hillary, to provide him with information to billions of dollars in a ‘hidden’ fortune.

New docs from FBI vault:
-FBI concludes Hillary Clinton was in “violation of basic server security” w/ home-brew server.
-Discusses possibility that *all* of her emails were stolen.
-Review found HRC stripped classification of highest possible level.

More of what Schachtel described as a “shit show:”

This part is INSANE. Sidney Blumenthal attempted to leverage his relationship with Hillary to get her to hand over a classified intelligence file that contains a “roadmap” to a $30 billion fortune.

More: Sensitive targeting data from Hillary Clinton’s server somehow made its way onto the dark web. Wow. What a total shitshow

Highly valuable (stolen) information usually finds its way to the Dark Web as an ‘item for sale’ to the highest foreign intelligence agency bidding.

Here’s more:

The FBI described one excel spreadsheet, with classified markers that may have been removed yet again, as a potential “smoking gun document.”

And this what the FBI thought of Blumenthal — not much:

Recall, as well, that in April Breitbart reported that former Hillary campaign manager John Podesta, was connected to a firm that raked in $35 million from Russian sources — which the garbage ‘establishment media’ promptly ignored:

Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, John Podesta, played a central role in another potential Russian collusion scandal that has not yet been investigated.

Podesta, the former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, served on the board of Joule Unlimited, a now defunct alternative energy company, from January 2011 to January 2014. He resigned from the company’s board to accept the powerful job of Counselor to President Barack Obama.

During Podesta’s tenure on the board of Joule Unlimited, a significant investment in the company by a firm owned by the Russian government escaped review and scrutiny by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

By Survival Legion

In September 2011, eight months after Podesta joined the board of Joule Unlimited, Rusnano, a venture capital fund wholly owned by the Russian government, announced it was investing one billion Russian rubles, $35 million, in the company, which accounted for 46 percent of the $75 million invested in it up to that time from its launch in 2007. Founders Afeyan Noubar and Dr. David Berry invested an estimated $10 million in the 2007 first round. The venture firm Noubar heads, Flagship Ventures – now known as Flagship Pioneering – led a second round investment of $30 million in 2010, as the Boston Globe reported.

The damage Hillary Clinton (and her husband) have done to U.S. national security over the years, in blind pursuit of power and money, is incalculable.

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The part that really bothers me —- Unindicted !!!!………One question —— Why not????

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