The FBI’s War Against Hillary Clinton Will Likely Lead To An Indictment

With only days until the US Presidential Election, the FBI is pushing for indictments over two separate investigations targeting Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Written by Whitney Webb for original source True Activist.

Though many expected WikiLeaks or a similar group to make the final weeks of the US presidential campaign hell for Hillary, few expected the FBI to take center stage in the movement against Hillary Clinton and her family’s “charitable” foundation. The announcement that the FBI was reopening their investigation into Clinton’s private email server came as a shock, allegedly the result of a “mutiny” from within the FBI with agents demanding that criminal proceedings against Clinton continue.

This “mutiny” has led to a major divide with the Department of Justice, a divide so stark that the Wall Street Journal called it a “civil war.” However, it appears that the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while serving as Secretary of State is not the only active FBI investigation targeting Clinton. Recent reports suggest that the FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation has now taken “a very high priority” and FBI sources say that an indictment is likely.

The FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation has been ongoing for over a year, much longer than anyone thought. Yet, with the election drawing to a close, the investigation appears to be advancing at a rapid pace, as the FBI have interviewed and re-interviewed multiple people in recent weeks.

The investigation centers around allegations of a “pay to play” set-up between then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. The FBI’s White Collar Crime Division is handling the investigation, which has – so far – produced an “avalanche” of evidence against Clinton. According to a FOX News report on the investigation: “barring obstruction in some way, they believe they will continue to likely an indictment.” FBI Agents are said to be “actively and aggressively pursuing this case” as anti-Clinton sentiment within the bureau appears to reach a boiling point.

Some details of the two investigations have been leaked to the public by several active FBI agents with intimate knowledge of the case. One of the most astounding is that the FBI is 99% confident that Clinton’s private server was hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies, with information from the server being extracted by said agencies. In addition, agents have found completely new emails they had “never seen before” on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

Weiner is a disgraced congressman whose estranged wife, Huma Abedin, is a close Clinton aide and confidant. The emails are not duplicates and said to contain classified information. Furthermore, the laptops of two Clinton aides, Cherryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, have been recovered despite rumors of their destruction, and agents are currently browsing through that information. These emails have been said to generate lots of new evidence against Clinton on a daily basis.

Though the FBI is pushing for an indictment of Hillary, it’s really anyone’s guess if Clinton will actually face prison time even if indicted. Considering that the FBI’s last push to indict Clinton saw the intervention of the “7th floor group” or “shadow government,” there’s nothing to say that this same, suspicious group will not get involved a second time to protect one of its own.

Yet, the FBI, in recent weeks, has become increasingly unpredictable with agents threatening to release damning information if they are denied the ability to indict. With only a few days to go until the election and the FBI going into overdrive, the final days of the presidential campaign season are such to be dramatic to say the least.

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