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As we delve deeper into the dastardly corners of Hillary Clinton’s inexcusable email controversy, extremely worrisome revelations about our nation’s intelligence community have also come to light.

Sure, we’ve already been harping on the FBI for some time due to their inability, (or possible unwillingness), to investigate a number of “red flags” in the cases of Pulse Nightclub shooter Omar Mateen and Stoneman Douglas murderer Nikolas Cruz.

Both men, who were clearly disturbed at the time of their atrocities, were reported to the FBI with extremely specific information alluding to mass shootings; Mateen when he attempted to purchase thousands of rounds of ammunition from a Florida gun store, and Cruz when a concerned acquaintance literally told an FBI agent that he was going “to shoot someplace up”.

In neither case was there an appropriate response by the authorities, and, shortly after, innocent people died.

This tragedy helped to secure the poor reputation of the agency, that was first exposed during their botched investigation into the private Clinton email server issue.

Now, as the intelligence community attempts to recover from this egregious black eye, a number of upstanding members are speaking out vociferously against the poor handling of that particular case.

IN HIS RECENTLY RELEASED BOOK, FORMER DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE JAMES CLAPPER CONCEDES THAT IF AN AVERAGE U.S. INTELLIGENCE EMPLOYEE HAD COMMITTED THE SAME ACTS THAT HILLARY CLINTON DID WITH HER PRIVATE EMAIL USE THE CONSEQUENCE WOULD LIKELY HAVE BEEN PROCEEDINGS ABOUT WHETHER TO TERMINATE THAT EMPLOYEE.

Clapper also revealed he was aware that “many members” of the Intelligence Community (IC) were “legitimately angry” at Clinton’s use of her private server. He described those members as feeling Clinton “had so carelessly mishandled classified information, putting sources and methods in jeopardy, and they didn’t understand how she could become president after she’d done something that likely would have cost them their clearances and jobs.”

In the book, titled, Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from a Life in Intelligence, Clapper recalled his thoughts watching then-FBI Director James Comey hold his infamous July 5, 2016 press conference at which Comey criticized Clinton’s private email server as “extremely careless” before finally stating that “no charges are appropriate in this case.”

Clapper said that by the time of the press conference, he had personally reviewed Clinton’s emails in question and came to his own conclusions.

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Clinton’s abuses of power while acting as Secretary of State for Barack Obama had been well-documented, but inexcusable dismissed by former FBI director Comey, which led directly to his dismissal by President Trump.

On the heels of the Investigator General releasing their report on the subject, and calling James Comey “insubordinate” in the process, this news could be the catalyst needed to drain the swamp in earnest, starting with the Clinton colluders in the intelligence community.

 

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