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The public has recognized that Corporate, Chamber of Commerce Republicans,
and Wall Street Democrats
are the same party, and serve the same constituency,
and it’s NOT THEM.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Terry MacAuliffe's PAC and Some Other Friends of Hillary Donated $625,000 to the Election Efforts of the Wife of One the Key FBI Officials Overseeing the Hillary Email Investigation

Hillary: "What Difference Does It Make?"

From Ace of Spades:
The political action committee of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat and longtime ally of the Clinton family, donated nearly $500,000 to the state Senate campaign of the wife of an FBI official who helped oversee the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. 
McAuliffe's political organization gave $467,500 to Dr. Jill McCabe's 2015 state Senate campaign in Virginia, the Wall Street Journal reported. McCabe’s husband, Andrew McCabe, works for the FBI and was one of the top figures responsible for overseeing the probe into Clinton’s email practices while she served as secretary of state. 
McAuliffe, a longtime friend and adviser to the Clintons, encouraged McCabe to run for the state Senate seat and helped direct funds to her campaign totaling $675,000, according to the Journal. 
Andrew McCabe was promoted in 2016 to be Comey's number two. 
AND MORE:
A former State Department IT aide invoked his Fifth Amendment rights and refused to answer more than 90 questions Monday during the final deposition in a lawsuit over Hillary Clinton's private emails. 
John Bentel, former Director of Information Resource Management of the executive secretariat, would not answer questions about whether the Clintons had paid his legal fees or offered him financial incentives, according to Judicial Watch, the conservative-leaning group that brought the suit. 
A federal judge in August ordered Bentel to testify under oath because "the record in this case appears to contradict his sworn testimony before the Benghazi Committee."
THE LAST ENGLISH PRINCE COMMENTS:
This news just given during Trump rally: I pulled the following from a newsfeed. Gov Terry McAuliffe of Virginia either gave or directed 675k to the campaign of state Senate campaign of Dr. Jill McCabe. 
The 675k represented over 33% of her total contributions. That’s a lot of money coming from a single source and for a state senate race. She lost to the republican candidate Dick Black. 
What happened next is even stranger. McCabe’s husband is Andrew McCabe works for the FBI. After his wife received the money, McCabe was promoted to promoted to Deputy and was given the assignment of being in charge of oversight into the investigation of Hillary Clinton. 
Isn’t that a coinkidink?
AND THIS:
An Oath of Office is worth $675,000 
My oath of office was worth the price of my blood. Apparently, a highly placed FBI official finds his oath worth $675,000.00 
Can you say the words “conflict of interest”? 
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia was involved in the disbursement of the aforementioned amount to the state senate campaign of Dr. Jill McCabe. This amount represented 1/3 if her total contributions. 
Her spouse is Andrew McCabe. 
After receiving the funds McCabe was promoted to Deputy and was assigned oversight into the Hillary Clinton investigation. 
You can find articles regarding this breaking story in the Wall Street Journal and other reputable media organizations. 
It does not matter if Mr. Andrew McCabe’s spouse received these funds prior to his promotion. This is conflict of interest. 
How deeply embedded is the corruption within our government? Pretty damn deep when the sticky tentacles move freely in and out of the Department of Justice. 
Can you say the words Voter Revolution? 
This revolution moves to the polling places… if we can even trust, at this point, in the integrity and sacredness of our vote.
AND THEN THERE'S THIS:

Clinton Aides Didn’t Think Private Email Server A Big Deal, Convinced Her To Joke About It

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