A report from the inspector general for the Justice Department contends the FBI did not violate any rules when it impersonated an Associated Press editor to catch a suspect.
Hillary Clinton claims FBI Director James Comey said he had no evidence she lied, and that somehow means he is saying she was truthful about her email use.
Clinton supporters try to paint her honesty and trustworthiness problem as the result of conservative smears, but the public’s views are well-founded.
A cynical man might speculate that, despite claims about not caring about Clinton’s “damn emails,” Sanders believed there was a chance she could be indicted.
FBI Director Comey directly contradicted Clinton’s public claims regarding the private server and her email practices while serving as secretary of state.
Though evidence of “potential violations” was uncovered, the agency concluded “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Clinton.
A Senate report concludes FBI employees, including those in the intelligence community, “enjoy no legal protection for making reports of wrongdoing”
The Office of the US State Department Inspector General released a report that is heavily critical of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Entrapment has often been used as a weapon against Muslims in order to bolster the government’s claim that there is a widespread “threat” of terrorism.
The lawsuit demands redress for muslims placed on the No Fly List and “falsely stigmatized as ‘known or suspected’ terrorists.”