FOX News chief D.C. correspondent James Rosen told Bill O’Reilly on Thursday that a well-place source within the FBI confirmed to him that there are two simultaneous investigations occurring.
Rosen said both the EmailGate scandal and the Clinton Foundation’s questionable dealings are under the FBI’s microscope, that the latter investigation has been going on for over one year, and that agents within the FBI are “furious” with the manner in which FBI director James Comey and the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) conducted the EmailGate investigation.
“I am told that the consensus view among FBI agents is that the foundation case is stronger than the email case now, but chiefly the way in which the email case was handled,” Rosen reported. “In particular, the agents are just furious [FBI director] James Comey and the DOJ — for example — authorized immunity deals for both Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, two lawyers for Hillary Clinton — the latter of whom actually reviewed all the emails for her — rather than using the immunity grant to one of them as leverage to have her flip,” he announced.
“The essential FBI allegation — or what they’re interested in — is that as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton allowed people to donate money and then they got favors in return?” Bill O’Reilly asked Rosen. “Is that what it is?”
“Right. This would be called in the terminology the agents would use is a ‘public corruption case,'” Rosen answered. “They’re investigating whether there were improper relationships between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the Clinton Foundation, where, the allegation goes, if you gave a certain amount of money to the foundation then you received favors of some kind — some benefit — from the Clinton State Department.”
Additionally, James Rosen said that his FBI source, who has “decades of experience,” said that they do not know of one single agent who believes that Clinton’s rogue private email server was not hacked by nefarious foreign actors.
James Rosen, as you may recall, was one of the reporters that the Obama Regime unconstitutionally spied on in 2013, one of the regime’s many acts of tyranny, seizing the reporter’s phone records, believing that someone in the regime was leaking classified information to him, citing a wartime law called the Espionage Act.
Ironically, many legal scholars, including Mark Levin, believe that Hillary Clinton violated the Espionage Act. Yet, Obama is campaigning ferociously for Clinton, attributing any criticism of her to sexism.
As The Daily Caller reported in April 2016:
Ronald T. Hosko, who enjoyed a 30-year career in the FBI and served as the bureau’s assistant director for its criminal division until 2014, agrees. He particularly looks at Section 793.
“This certainly applies to those who would take classified materials and move it to an unauthorized server in an unauthorized location, in this case to her [Clinton’s] house,” he told TheDCNF.
“The prohibited conduct is the unsecured transmission of highly classified information,” to Clinton’s server, “as well as the receipt and retention of highly classified information in an unapproved manner,” says Bergquist.
Obama, for his part, does not have clean hands in the EmailGate matter, which may explain why he is so aggressively defending Hillary Clinton. As FOX’s Catherine Herridge reported on Wednesday, Obama used an “alias, personal account” to communicate with Clinton and that every time Hillary changed her email address, Huma Abedin, Clinton’s right-hand women, notified the White House of the change.
Therefore, the Obama White House knew that Clinton was breaking the law with her private email scheme and they approved of the actions.