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Monday, June 26, 2017

The Investigations Finally Start On Obama Crew

NOT Fake News: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Loretta Lynch Now ALL Under Investigation

Getty ImagesPresident Barak Obama (R) and President-elect Donald Trump smile at the White House before the inauguration on January 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
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You wouldn't know it from the mainstream media, but President Donald Trump
 is not under FBI investigation (repeat: NOT).
But you know who is? Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders. Loretta Lynch.
In early June, Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, launched a new probe of former Secretary of State Clinton’s attempts
 to deflect a Bangladesh government corruption investigation of Muhammad
 Yunus, a Clinton Foundation donor and friend of Hillary and Bill Clinton.
"While secretary of state, Hillary Clinton made a personal call to pressure
 Bangladesh’s prime minister to aid a donor to her husband’s charitable
foundation despite federal ethics laws that require government officials to
recuse themselves from matters that could impact their spouse’s
business," Circa reported. 


“If the Secretary of State used her position to intervene in an independent
 investigation by a sovereign government simply because of a personal and
 financial relationship stemming from the Clinton Foundation rather than the
legitimate foreign policy interests of the United States, then that would be
 unacceptable,” Grassley said in a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
“Co-mingling her official position as Secretary of State with her family foundation
 would be similarly inappropriate. It is vital to determine whether the State
 Department had any role in the threat of an IRS audit against the son of the
 Prime Minister in retaliation for this investigation,” Grassley wrote.
Also, Sanders and his wife are both under investigation over a bank loan Jane
 Sanders got to expand Burlington College while she was its president,
 CBS News reported last week.
Politico Magazine first reported the Sanders had hired lawyers to

defend them in the probe. Sanders' top adviser Jeff Weaver told CBS News the couple has sought legal protection over federal agents' allegations from a January 2016 complaint accusing then-President of Burlington College, Ms. Sanders, of distorting donor levels in a 2010 loan application for $10 million from People's United Bank to purchase 33 acres of land for the institution. 
According to Politico, prosecutors might also be looking into allegations that Sen. Sanders' office inappropriately urged the bank to approve the loan. 
And former Attorney General Loretta Lynch is now under investigation, too. The
 Senate Judiciary Committee last week opened a probe into Lynch’s efforts to
 control the FBI’s investigation into Clinton's email scandal. 
Grassley, along with the committee’s ranking Democrat, Sen. Dianne Feinstein
 of California, sent a letter to Lynch asking her to lay out exactly what she did
during the Clinton probe. Former FBI Director James Comey testified this month
that she tried to get the FBI to downplay that probe. “At one point, she directed
me not to call it an ‘investigation’ but instead to call it a ‘matter,’ which confused
 me and concerned me,” Comey said in his June 8 testimony before the Senate
 Select Committee on Intelligence. “That was one of the bricks in the load that
 led me to conclude I have to step away from the department if we are to close
 this case credibly.”
Comey said Lynch’s request “gave the impression the attorney general was
 looking to align the way we talked about our investigation with the way a
political campaign was describing the same activity.”
From the nonstop coverage of Trump's alleged collusion with Russia during
the 2016 presidential election, you'd think he was under FBI investigation. But
 he isn't. Instead, three big Democratic players are.
But you wouldn't know that from the MSM coverage. In fact, Chuck Todd, the
host of NBC’s Meet The Press, didn't even ask Sanders about being the subject
of an FBI investigation during a seven-minute interview on Sunday. 
Par for the course.