(National Sentinel)Â Out-of-Bounds: Members of the Deep State must be getting antsy and anxious over the pending release of Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s impending release of a report 15 months in the making.
In January 2017, Horowitz’s office was tasked withÂ reviewing the actions and behavior of the FBI and the department in the months leading up to the November elections, an investigation that included how DoJ and the FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email probe.
It’s been noted that his report has been finished for some time now and it is currently being pored over by the DoJ and FBI, as well as those who are named in the document — all of which is customary and standard operating procedure.
Last month in a “breaking news” tweet, investigative journalist Paul Sperry reported that Horowitz had found “reasonable grounds” that the FBI and/or DoJ broke laws during their investigation into Clinton’s mishandling of classified emails and thus referred the matter to the U.S. attorney AG Jeff Sessions appointed to handling prosecutions related to various findings.
BREAKING: IG Horowitz has found "reasonable grounds" for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law in the FBI/DOJ's handling of the Clinton investigation/s and has referred his findings of potential criminal misconduct to Huber for possible criminal prosecution
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) May 17, 2018
Suddenly an investigation that has beenÂ devoid of leaks –Â very unusual in today’s leaky environment in the Age of POTUS Trump — has sprung one: ABC News is reporting that Horowitz notes that fired FBI Director-turned-Trump antagonist James Comey “defied authority” at times during his tenure.
The network noted:
The Justice Departmentâ€™s internal watchdog has concluded that James Comey defied authority at times during his tenure as FBI director, according to sources familiar with a draft report on the matter.
One source told ABC News that the draft report explicitly used the word â€œinsubordinateâ€ to describe Comeyâ€™s behavior. Another source agreed with that characterization but could not confirm the use of the term.
In the draft report, Inspector General Michael Horowitz also rebuked former Attorney General Loretta Lynch for her handling of the federal investigation into Hillary Clintonâ€™s personal email server, the sources said.
Okay, so we knew this already, right? We knew that when Comey gave his extremely unusual press conference exonerating Hillary in July 2016Â that was inappropriateÂ for an FBI director.
Remember, Comey said “no reasonable prosecutor” would take Hillary’s case — that wasn’t a decision for Comey to make.
It was Lynch’s decision.
But she had taken herself out of the loop, so to speak, after she agreed to meet privately withÂ Bill Clinton at an airport in Arizona just days before Comey’s people spent just a few hours with Hillary and his unusual presser exonerating her.
What Americans want are details we’re not yet aware of — specifically,Â were any laws broken and if so, by whom?
Everyone with a functioning brain stem whoÂ isn’t a Left-wing hack knows Hillary violated Espionage Act provisions routinely by sending classified information over an unsecured email server. We all know that Americans who’ve doneÂ less are currently in jail for said violations.
We know that Clinton mishandled classified information because she exchanged emails with POTUS Obama, andÂ every communication by the president isÂ automatically classified.
Someone likely leaked this tidbit of information as a means of letting the Deep State know they’re getting tired of waiting for a report that isÂ long overdue.
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