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Corrupt weasels to the core. The FBI Deputy Director in charge of "investigating" Hillary's homebrew email server just happened to have a wife running for state senator in Virginia. And purely by coincidence Clinton pal Terry McAuliffe decided to donate almost $500,000 to her campaign.
A top Clinton ally's political organization reportedly gave nearly a half-million dollars to the campaign of the wife of an FBI official who would go on to help oversee the probe into Hillary Clinton's email practices — a tangled web likely to fuel Republican complaints about the investigation.
The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday night on the connection. According to the Journal, finance records show Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's PAC gave $467,500 to Dr. Jill McCabe's 2015 state Senate campaign. The Virginia Democratic Party spent an additional $207,788 on the campaign, the Journal reported.
McCabe, who ended up losing to Republican incumbent Dick Black, is married to Andrew McCabe — the FBI's deputy director.
Oh, but there's nothing to see here, because Mr. McCabe asked for ethics advice from his FBI buddies, who of course said it was OK, and besides, he swears he paid no attention to his wife's campaign whatsoever.
He didn't have to be "involved" in his wife's campaign to know who was buttering her bread. And he'd have to be a fool to ignore such a large donation from someone so obviously connected to the subject of his investigation. He got the message, the same way his boss's boss Loretta Lynch got a message from Bill Clinton. Hillary has friends, and her friends are your friends. Don't screw that up.
And so like the good little weasel he is, Andrew McCabe fell in line.
McCabe continues to be involved in the email investigation aftermath. He was called last week to brief House oversight committee members on allegations — contained in newly released FBI files — that a State Department official offered a "quid pro quo" with the bureau in a bid to un-classify a particular server email.
The culture of corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton reeks. Pay to play, quid pro quo, back scratching, whatever you want to call it, it's dirty. Patrick Kennedy essentially offered the FBI a bribe to take some heat off Hillary. He won't be investigated, let alone prosecuted. If she's elected he'll be rewarded for his loyalty. That's how the Clintons roll.
Hillary herself hit up the King of Morocco for $12 million dollars while she was Secretary of State. Just because they're friends dontcha know. Not for political favors, that would be illegal! And besides, Russians!
Listen, this Morocco thing is so bad even her toadies at the Puffington Host had to take notice. She sold her office for personal gain and no amount of stonewalling can obviate that fact.
Are we really going to let her sell the presidency too?
Oh, right, Donald Trump said "pussy." Nevermind.
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