The Durham Report Reveals FBI Shut Down Four Criminal Investigations into the Clintons
The release of the highly anticipated Durham Report has exposed corruption within the FBI and its leadership’s willingness to cover up possible criminal activity by the Clintons. The report revealed that three separate field offices opened investigations into possible criminal activity involving the Clinton Foundation less than one year before the November 2016 presidential election and that the FBI’s top brass shut down four investigations into Hillary and Bill Clinton. This has renewed calls for an investigation into alleged criminal activity involving the Clintons.
The investigation into the Clintons involved a “well-placed” confidential source’s claims that an unnamed foreign government intended to “contribute to Hillary Clinton’s anticipated presidential campaign, as a way to gain influence with Clinton should she win the presidency,” according to the report. The application lingered because “everyone was ‘super more careful’” and “scared with the big name [Clinton]” involved. “They were pretty ‘tippy-toeing’ around HRC because there was a chance she would be the next President,” said one agent.
The Daily Mail reported that the FBI “didn’t complete the job” and probes into the Clintons should be reopened, and former Republican congressman and ex-House Oversight Committee chair Jason Chaffetz expressed similar sentiments. Florida Republican representative Matt Gaetz, who sits on the House Judiciary Committee’s “Weaponization of the Federal Government” subcommittee, claimed that “the Clintons had a team of people at the FBI running interference for them to avoid criminal culpability” in a statement to DailyMail.com.
This information is a disgrace and further emphasizes the need for accountability within our government and justice system. It also highlights the division and lack of trust between government officials and the American people. The FBI’s refusal to pursue investigations into possible criminal activity by high-profile individuals like the Clintons confirms that the justice system is not always impartial and fair.
The Need for Impartiality in the Justice System
The justice system is meant to be impartial, providing equal treatment to all individuals regardless of their social, political, or economic status. However, the Durham Report’s revelations provide further evidence that the justice system is not always fair, and elite individuals often face a different degree of treatment compared to those without power or influence. The FBI’s failure to fully investigate potential criminal activity involving the Clintons exposes the political interference and systemic bias affecting our justice system.
The FBI’s actions raise questions of impartiality and the integrity of our justice system. Significant and influential individuals should not receive special treatment or be given a pass on possible criminal activity due to their social, political, or economic status. The same standards must apply to everyone regardless of their status to ensure that justice prevails.
The Clinton Foundation Investigation
The Clinton Foundation investigation is a perfect example of how the justice system is often influenced by politics, especially when it comes to high-profile individuals or organizations. The investigation was initiated in response to concerns about the Clinton Foundation’s activities, including potential conflicts of interest, pay for play schemes, and other controversies.
The investigation was initiated through the creation of three separate field offices in Washington, DC, Little Rock, Arkansas, and New York City, New York. These offices were tasked with investigating possible criminal activity involving the Clinton Foundation. However, as revealed in the Durham Report, these investigations were quickly shut down by the FBI’s top brass for unclear reasons.
The FBI’s decision to close these investigations raises concerns about political influence and the division between those in power and the rest of society. The Clinton Foundation investigations should have been treated with the same level of impartiality and rigor as any other investigation, without interference from those in higher positions or politics. The fact that these investigations were shut down before completion implies that the justice system is inherently biased, allowing the powerful to avoid being held accountable for possible crimes.
The Durham Report
The Durham Report was initiated in 2019 as part of the larger investigation into the origins of the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign and its alleged ties with Russia. The report aimed to provide clarity on the actions taken by the FBI during this investigation and the potential political biases that affected it.
The Durham investigation lasted over two years and included over 200 interviews and the review of more than one million documents. The report revealed the FBI’s top brass’ bias and cover-ups of possible criminal activities related to the Clintons and provided evidence of the political influence affecting the FBI’s investigations.
The Durham Report highlights the need for accountability and transparency in government and law enforcement agencies, emphasizing the need for impartiality and the removal of political bias. The American people’s trust in their government and justice system is essential to ensuring a strong and functional society. The revelations of the report only further damage this trust and raise doubts about the integrity and impartiality of the justice system.
The Durham Report’s revelations of the FBI shutting down four investigations into the Clintons emphasize the need for impartiality and transparency in the justice system. The elites must not receive preferential treatment or be shielded from possible criminal activity due to their power or influence. The same standards must apply to everyone to ensure that justice is served, and the rule of law is upheld.
The Durham Report’s revelations expose political interference in the FBI’s investigations, further damaging the public’s trust in government institutions. The need for impartiality and accountability is essential to restoring trust and ensuring the integrity of our justice system. The FBI must be held accountable for its actions in covering up possible criminal activity involving the Clintons, and a full investigation should be initiated to ensure justice is served and to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.