Report: 28 FBI Agents With Knowledge of Clinton Server Set to Testify

If Hannity’s report that 28 FBI agents are itching to come forward to report on the Deep State corruption surrounding the Clinton email scandal comes to fruition, all hell is likely to break loose. Donald Trump promised to get Hillary prosecuted but later backed off the position stating his pledge to “lock up” Hillary had “played well” ahead of the 2016 election but he then stopped caring about it. Don’t take that statement at face value. Trump very well might be playing a long game here.

If that isn’t enough to shake the swamp up enough, Josh Campbell, a former FBI special agent and aide to former FBI Director James Comey, posted on Twitter Saturday predicting the Inspector General report set to be released this month will “slam the FBI for violating policies and procedures in handling the Clinton email investigation.”

Campbell’s “prediction” of FBI violations is a sharp reversal of his full-throated defense of the FBI just months ago when he retired from the Bureau, explaining in a NY Times op-ed that he was leaving to defend the integrity of the FBI:

“After more than a decade of service, which included investigating terrorism, working to rescue kidnapping victims overseas and being special assistant to the director, I am reluctantly turning in my badge and leaving an organization I love. Why? So I can join the growing chorus of people who believe that the relentless attacks on the bureau undermine not just America’s premier law enforcement agency but also the nation’s security. My resignation is painful, but the alternative of remaining quiet while the bureau is tarnished for political gain is impossible.

Campbell’s former boss Comey praised him on Twitter, “Special Agent Josh Campbell will be missed at the FBI, but his voice is an important addition to the national conversation.”

After leaving the FBI in early February, Campbell was immediately hired by CNN to be a law enforcement analyst. An invitation to Campbell’s farewell party said he was going to be “defending the Bureau”, reported the Daily Caller.

Last summer while still with the FBI, Campbell penned a paean to Comey published by USA Today that began and ended enshrining Comey for sainthood:

“I wonder what her story is,” FBI Director James Comey said to no one in particular as our motorcade rolled through Lower Manhattan, past an elderly woman on a bench embracing a swaddled child.

“Everyone has a story and I bet her story is incredible.”

This was not an unusual musing from our now departed leader — a giant of a man with an even bigger heart, whose focus was always on trying to understand and improve the lives of others.

…It’s strange writing about Comey in the past tense, because it feels like writing an obituary. In a way I am doing just that, because despite curious observations from outsiders regarding Comey’s standing among our FBI family, we are very much an organization in mourning. Fortunately for the FBI, his legacy of leadership and service will permeate our great institution for generations to come as the countless young leaders he touched rise in the organization. Although we must eventually move on and accept recent events — the security of the American people demands our focus on mission — many of us will never stop celebrating the legacy of our seventh director. Like the woman on the bench we passed that day in Manhattan, Director Comey has a story, and it’s incredible.”

“Prediction: The independent IG will slam the FBI for violating policies and procedures in handling the Clinton email investigation.”


‘In my head, I heard the vicious ‘Lock her up!’ chants that had echoed through Trump’s rallies,’ Clinton wrote in her book What Happened. ‘In our second debate, Trump had said that if he won, he’d send me to prison. Now he had won. I had no idea what to expect.’

Hillary is surely not feeling too good at the moment and the Deep State is probably planning a false flag to provide a distraction. A school shooting, or worse, is likely right around the corner.

Source: The Gateway Pundit



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