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FBI: Huma Abedin Granted Immunity Too in Hillary Clinton Email Probe

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Hillary Clinton’s closest personal aide, who often sent classified and top secret State Dept. emails and documents to her personal email accounts, likely was protected from criminal charges by an immunity deal with the Justice Department, according to FBI assets.

Huma Abedin told FBI agents in an April interview that she didn’t know how to consistently print documents or emails from her secure Dept. of State system. Instead, she would forward the sensitive emails to her private email accounts.

True Pundit published an expose on Sunday detailing an inside look at the FBI’s year-long investigation of the Clinton email and server saga. During research, FBI assets and federal law enforcement sources concluded the only way Abedin could have walked away from the probe without criminal charges was because her legal team struck a secret immunity deal with Justice.

“She has a deal in place or (FBI Director James) Comey and (Attorney General Loretta) Lynch let her just walk out the door,” a FBI source said.

True Pundit’s story Sunday offered details on Abedin’s troubling practices at State juggling sensitive national security intelligence:

Abedin couldn’t remember much during her time at State, according to FBI documents, including how to consistently print documents or emails from her secure Dept. of State system. Abedin told FBI agents in an April interview that she struggled to print secure docs and emails from her secure PC. Instead, she would forward the sensitive emails to:

  • Her personal email address
  • Her personal address
  • Her email linked to husband Anthony Weiner

Abedin said she would then access those email accounts via webmail from an unclassified computer system at the State Dept. and print the documents, many of which were classified and top secret, from the largely unprotected webmail portals. Clinton did not have a computer in her office on Mahogany Row at the State Dept. so she was not able to read timely intelligence unless it was printed out for her, Abedin said. Abedin also said Clinton could not operate the secure State Dept. fax machine installed in her Chappaqua, NY home without assistance.

Perhaps more alarming, none of the multiple FBI agents and Justice Department officials who conducted Abedin’s interview pressed her to further detail what were repeated and obvious violations of a host of federal laws.

Abedin was also exposed to criminal charges on an additional front, sources said. Abedin provided many inconsistencies when interviewed by FBI, compared to intelligence gathered during the investigation and interviews conducted with Clinton and other witnesses involved in the probe. sources said..

Last week Congressman Jason Chaffetz who chairs the Oversight Committee, blew the whistle on the Justice Department’s secret immunity deal with Cheryl Mills. Mills served as Clinton’s counsel and chief of staff at State while she was secretary of state.

Abedin’s would-be deal brings the current tally of immunity packages doled out by the DOJ in the Clinton investigation to six, an unprecedented amount of get-out-of-jail-free cards for a non-RICO (Organized Crime) related criminal case. Chaffetz charged that DOJ was handing out immunity deals “like candy.”



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  • Sovereign_Citizen

    Violent Revolution is the ONLY answer.

  • David Smith

    Everyone point an laugh at the FBI, the nations keystone cops.

  • jjmikemike

    What about getting Trump elected?

  • Leukos Fash

    What a bunch of cowards the FBI is! Afraid of Hillary, afraid of the truth, and afraid of the Sypes. They should be afraid of the US volk; maybe after President Trump they will be!

  • Deplorable GWGM

    If only Nixon had thought of giving all the Watergate criminals immunity, it all would have gone away.

  • Sovereign_Citizen

    It would be great if he was to make it but there is no way the establishment will let that happen. I hope I am wrong but I don’t think I am.

  • jjmikemike

    Well, we’ll see. They’re going through a hell of a lot of effort to tear Trump down that would seem unnecessary if they plan to also rig the election. But maybe they would rather not rig it, so plan A is to try and win somewhat legitimately.

  • Sovereign_Citizen

    You are correct. I think most of us who have been paying attention could make arguments all day long for any number of things an d be right on all of them and wrong all at the same time.

  • Lynette Johnson

    Hillary OWNS THEM ALL (has accumulated blackmail material on most everyone in office)
    *This is her “entertainment” collecting dirt on everyone since 1975
    Sick, twisted, sociopath

  • Ricker

    Surely sounds – from today’s reopening of the investigation – that Huma may need that immunity even more than previously thought!

  • Truth

    Curious whether Huma’s immunity deal is now blown? I haven’t heard anybody talking about that, but from what little I know, the government is not keen on honoring immunity deals when it later comes to light that they were lied to. Full candor is a condition to the deal. “Oh, I forgot about those” isn’t going to cut it. Hillary’s sweat just got a lot saltier.

  • Grace

    Does this let Billary off the hook?

  • BGills

    It may be prudent for the FBI to place Huma Abedin into protective custody at this point.
    Potential witnesses, who might be compelled to testify against the Clinton’s, have a nasty habit of meeting with untimely deaths…

  • Okie Girl

    NO, violent revolution is NOT the only answer! The real answer lies in “Convention of States;” Article V of the Constitution. Our Founders left us this last exit out in order to PREVENT violent revolution.

    Please help us, it is the only logical way to restore America, the Constitution & the Rule of Law. If your state has already passed it, you can help other states. It’s no more work than taking a political stance on anything, and SO MUCH MORE REWARDING. I helped a lot with getting my state to pass it, and learned more than I ever thought I could while doing so. They hold weekly meetings by phone that you can attend in your pajamas. =) Please help us!

  • Okie Girl

    No one election is going to change anything in America. But a series of events could, and I am beginning to think that those events are unfolding now right before Halloween. Trump has already called for one of the resolutions we are pushing for in Convention of States ~~~ term limits~~~ we need to buy enough time to pass a COS, and Trump will help us achieve at least that.

  • Sovereign_Citizen

    No. There will never be any worthwhile change if Liberals are there and there are far too many Liberals masquerading as Conservatives.

    We must kill all of the Liberals and then everything will improve because nobody but Conservatives will be around to make decisions.

  • Okie Girl

    Although I admire your resolve and do view your opinion as very spot on, if that’s our first response, then we are relinquishing America’s founding gem & jewel: the Civil Society.

    My late Dad had a very similar opinion as yours, which at the time I thought a bit extreme. Now I do not, as the NWO plans the extermination of freedom and way of life for my family & future family.
    But please, let’s try a Convention of States first. The Founders waited 20 years before they took up arms.

  • Sovereign_Citizen

    I actually don’t think that an Article V convention will work ever. Here is why:

    Conventions like many things do not actually do what people intend for the simple reason that those who are most successful typically are the most politically savvy. Therefore, people like Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Mitch Mcconnel and Hilary Clinton rise to the top.

    That is exactly why we are in the position we are in. Not due to a lack of talent but due to too much talent in the wrong places. Rather than sending those who think and believe the way you want, you wind up with people who will say whatever it takes to get to be the one to go and then will do exactly what they want.

    We already have all of that and none of it is working.

    Violence is the ONLY answer because we have already done everything that everyone else has suggested. More money? More people? More Time? More laws? More of whatever, whenever, for whomever, wherever for whyever the reason. You can find that it has already been done and none of it has worked in any given situation you care to apply it to.

    However, we have not tried dragging these offenders and lawbreakers…because they are most assuredly both of those, out into the streets and shooting them dead.

    We have not constructed a gallows on the whitehouse lawn so that every president in the future will know what his or her future will be if they act in a Treasonous manner.

    We haven’t erected posts in front of the Capitol building and marched Congress up one state at a time and shot everyone of them leaving a pile of bullet casings and bodies for the world to see and future members of congress to reflect on in case they decide to start feeding at the trough and criminalizing anything you or I do.

    We haven’t marched the Supreme Court and every other judge out there out into the street and set up a gallows in front of the US Supreme Court and lynched every last one of them for their failure to abide by the law and enriching others and themselves while people rot in prison who at most have only done what they themselves either are doing or their friends are allowed to do.

    No. Violent Revolution is the ONLY answer.

  • Okie Girl

    I invite you to do more research, because it is true what you are saying that allowed us to arrive at our present situation.

    An Article V Convention of States State Amendment meeting has never happened. It was on the rise in popularity during the Roe vs Wade rulings, and it was Chief Justice Warren Burger himself who inserted the leftist lies into Right think tanks (Eagle Forum, JBS) that has actually been the worst opposition.

    George Mason placed this Article V provision into the Constitution as the last exit. The last resort. It was the very last thing placed into the document, and we would have never achieved ratification of the Constitution without it. Ronald Reagan was for it, Milton Friedman, Dwight Eisenhower and many others supported and endorsed it.

    It is different from all other types of conventions that could amend the Constitution in that it is the STATES who call for it. There has already been a ‘trial run’ of it, and it is impossible to highjack. Any of the 100 “Commissioners” (delegates, who are selected by the state Congresses) can put a stop to proceedings at any time. During this trial run held last month, the 3 top amendments considered were for a Balanced Budget, Term Limits and Limits on Regulation without Congressional approval. Those in attendance (all 50 states were represented) were amazed at the thought, consternation and even divineness of placing even a single comma into our great Founding Document.

    You have apparently not done enough research about it, I ask that you do in the meanwhile. This is what can be done NOW, 11 states have passed it these past two years, we only need 21 more to pass it to hold a State Amendment Meeting. There are several million people already helping with it, OF COURSE you will not hear about it on the news until we have over 20 states or so. I mean, until it’s considered ‘normal’ for you to be taking people out, what else are you doing to save America?

    Try it, you’ll like it.
    And you will learn TONS about our founding and true intent into the original divinity of America.

  • Okie Girl

    Please do your research. Washington DC has NOTHING to do with a State Amendment Convention. It is called for and run strictly by STATE legislators. And each ‘commissioner’ (delegate) can stop the proceedings at any time. It is the LAST thing placed into the Constitution to avoid violent revolution. We need ONLY 21 more states to pass it, and many many state legislatures have it on their docket for this upcoming legislative year. You can help. I learned so much helping here, and we passed it! =) You can help other states, too. They’re extremely respectful of your time, any effort you give will go directly to changing things, not like signing another damn petition. (They do have a petition to sign, and those petitions are used locally in each county to show that particular state Congressman how many of his constituents want it. My guy had over 11,000 people in his district who signed the petition….the evidence becomes overwhelming.) Also by joining, you’ll become exposed to the most brilliant Constitutional minds in the country today. (Mark Meckler, Michael Farris etc etc etc and many more), YOU WILL LEARN TONS.

  • jeff

    The FBI is worse than useless nowadays