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The Firing Of An FBI Director
May 13, 2017
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WARNING! This is the first column in over 20 years that contains no hyperlinks for the supporting evidence.
Links have been omitted in this column because viruses have been attached to many of the investigative files regarding the Clinton’s criminal activities.
Sources are named within, but beware in searching the backing data. We hit numerous viruses in researching for this piece.There is no shortage of so-called “crisis” reporting from the democrat’s mass media machine we call “the press” these days.
There’s also no shortage of blind politically driven hypocrisy in that reporting.The latest “crisis” of choice is Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, the person whose head democrat’s and their press have been calling for since July of 2016 – when Comey inappropriately played investigator, prosecutor, judge and jury in a 15-minute public disclosure of an ongoing criminal investigation of then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.The democrat media blames Comey’s actions for costing Hillary Clinton the presidency, calling for his head for the past ten months. Now they are attacking Trump for firing Comey.
In this case… Comey absolutely acted inappropriately on numerous occasions concerning the Clinton investigation.
First, he spoke publicly of an ongoing criminal investigation.
Second, he did so concerning a presidential candidate during an election cycle.
Third, he acted well outside his authority by acting as prosecutor, judge and jury. Last, he publicly flip-flopped under political pressure from both sides and the press, once he was out on that limb. In short, he single-handedly destroyed the credibility of the entire agency…Of course, Comey should have been fired! His assistant should be fired as well. They used the FBI as a political tool.
Their injection into the election is far worse than anything Russia could have ever done. But contrast this circumstance with Bill Clinton’s firing of FBI Director Sessions in 1993.President Clinton dismissed FBI Director William M. Sessions on July 19, 1993. His stated reason for firing Sessions, at the request of Attorney General Janet Reno, was his alleged misuse of government assets (the FBI jet) to visit his daughter on a few occasions.
Of course, almost every federal official with access to such assets uses those assets for personal purposes, albeit usually in conjunction with official travel, which was the case for Sessions.So, what was the real reason for Clinton’s firing of FBI Director William Sessions?
Sessions was FBI Director during the massacre at Ruby Ridge in August of 1992… and the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco Texas, where 76 people needlessly died on April 19, 1993, at the orders of Hillary Clinton and Attorney General Janet Reno.Sessions was appointed Director of the FBI by Ronald Reagan in November of 1987, at the peak of the Whitewater Investigations into Clinton criminal activities in Arkansas.
In 1989, Clinton friend James McDougal was indicted on federal fraud charges related to his management of a Madison real estate subsidiary, tied to the Clinton Whitewater investigations.In 1992, The Federal Resolution Trust Corp., investigating causes of Madison’s failure, sends a referral to the Justice Department that names the Clintons as “potential beneficiaries” of illegal activities at Madison. Sessions is the Director of the FBI.In January of 1993, Bill Clinton becomes President of the United States.In May of 1993, Clinton fires seven employees in the travel office, for “Travel Gate.”
An FBI investigation of the office ensues, allegedly opened under pressure for the White House to justify the firings. In June of 1993, Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster files three years of delinquent Whitewater corporate tax returns.On July 19, 1993, President Bill Clinton fires FBI Director William M. Sessions. The following day, Clinton attorney and business partner Vince Foster “commits suicide” with multiple gunshot wounds to the back of his head, before dragging himself into the woods at a Washington park. The investigation file remains missing as of today.
On July 20, 1993, Foster is found dead in a Washington area park. Despite evidence to the contrary, police rule the death a suicide. However, federal investigators are not allowed access to Foster’s office immediately after Foster’s death. Instead, Clinton White House aides entered Foster’s office shortly after his death, giving rise to speculation that files were removed from his office.
Now, if you can find a better case of highly suspect circumstances surrounding the firing of an FBI Director than the firing of William M. Sessions who was overseeing numerous FBI investigations into Clinton crimes involving several suspect deaths, please do tell…The press never asked about the timely firing of FBI Director Sessions or the mysterious nature of Foster’s very timely death……………MOTR!