One more clue that the fix is in
Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com | JonRappoport.wordpress.com
July 11, 2016
It’s unthinkable—but not surprising—that the FBI didn’t record their interview with Hillary Clinton.
We’re told the FBI has a policy, in most cases, of not recording interviews with suspects. If true, this case and this suspect should have been vital exceptions.
Among other matters, the Presidency of the United States is at stake.
Numerous press reports reveal that the FBI’s interview of Hillary Clinton was not recorded.
The interview took place just prior to FBI Director Comey recommending no prosecution for Hillary in the email scandal.
The New York Times: “Mr. Comey said he did not take part in the interview of Mrs. Clinton last Saturday. Five or six agents carried it out and provided a summary to him. She was not under oath, but he quickly noted that ‘it’s still a crime to lie to the F.B.I.’ There was no transcript.”
There was no transcript of the Hillary-FBI interview.
There was no recording.
FBI agents merely took notes.
These notes are typically boiled down and summarized later in 302 Forms. Of course, we don’t know what was contained in the notes or the 302s. And we’ll never know, because the FBI will never release them.
FBI Director Comey wasn’t even there during the Hillary interview; he simply read the 302 Forms. Then he made his decision not to recommend prosecution.
It’s impossible that the 302 forms provided Comey with a detailed analysis of all the complex questions and answers required in this investigation.
In other words, the FBI Director, in making his recommendation not to prosecute Hillary, was flying blind. It was his choice—he decided to fly blind. And he decided not to be present at the interview. He wanted to maintain personal distance and deniability.
But it gets worse. In any possible follow-up investigation of this email scandal, Hillary Clinton’s own words, from her interview, will be gone. Gone forever.
Therefore, she would be able to challenge every note taken by every FBI interviewer and every Form 302 by saying, “That was a misinterpretation of what I said.” As we know, the Clintons are experts in wheedling and parsing and evading—otherwise known as lying.
Everything I’ve written so far in this article was well understood by the FBI Director, his investigators, and interviewers—before the interview with Hillary ever took place. None of it was a mystery.
Therefore, there was conscious FBI intent to eradicate/omit the interview. It was no accident, no slip-up.
There was intent to demolish the entire interview by failing to record it or make a stenographic transcript.
That intent to destroy evidence—and then destroying it by omitting it, should be a crime, a felony.