The FBI has reopened the case into Hillary Clinton’s email server, and this time around their investigation focuses on her top aide, Huma Abedin, but you won’t believe who’s leading the charge this time around.
Over the weekend, the FBI obtained the needed warrants to pour through the roughly 650,000 emails recovered from a laptop used by both Abedin and her husband, Anthony Weiner, and now the Justice Department has announced it’s going to be joining the investigation. According to an Associated Press report, the DOJ said it will “dedicate all needed resources” to review the emails as quickly as possible.
BREAKING: Justice Dept. says it'll dedicate all needed resources to quickly review emails in Clinton case.
— The Associated Press (@AP) October 31, 2016
According to a report from Zero Hedge, the DOJ informed Congress that it “will continue to work closely with the FBI and together, dedicate all necessary resources and take appropriate steps as expeditiously as possible,” assistant attorney General Peter J. Kadzik writes in letters to House and Senate lawmakers.
To the average American, all seems well and good that both agencies are working their hardest to bring the case to a swift conclusion, but to those who have been paying attention, the name Kadzik rings a bell…and it’s not a bell we wanted to hear.
If the name doesn’t ring a bell, then you’re about to be blown away when you learn who Kadzik is in the midst of all of this. Thanks to Wikileaks doing the job that the presstitutes in American media refuse to do, we’ve learned that he has a rather tight relationship with the man leading the charge for Team Hillary, campaign chair John Podesta.
In an email published by Wikileaks, it was discovered that the day after Hillary’s Benghazi hearing, Podesta and Kadzik went out to dinner, ostensibly to discuss the favorable outcome of the hearing. Other emails also show the two having a close relationship, and another even has Kadzik’s son, Peter Jr., contacting Podesta for a position with Team Hillary.
— Sean (@Patriot_Beaver) November 1, 2016
That’s not even the worst part. Apparently, Kadzik, who was a classmate of Podesta at Georgetown Law School, represented his friend during the Monica Lewinski investigation. In yet another email, Podesta praised his friend for keeping him out of jail while explaining that he wants to help with the campaign.
Zero Hedge has more on the cozy relationship between Podesta and Kadzik:
Podesta had been promoted to Clinton’s chief of staff when he and Kadzik became embroiled in another scandal.
Kadzik was then representing Marc Rich, a billionaire financier who was wanted by the U.S. government for evading a $48 million tax bill. The fugitive, who was also implicated in illegal trading activity with nations that sponsored terrorism, had been living in Switzerland for 17 years when he sought the pardon. To help Rich, Kadzik lobbied Podesta heavily in the weeks before Clinton left office on Jan. 20, 2001. A House Oversight Committee report released in May 2002 stated that “Kadzik was recruited into Marc Rich’s lobbying campaign because he was a long-time friend of White House Chief of Staff John Podesta.”
The report noted that Kadzik contacted Podesta at least seven times regarding Rich’s pardon. On top of the all-hands-on-deck lobbying effort, Rich’s ex-wife, Denise Rich, had doled out more than $1 million to the Clintons and other Democrats prior to the pardon. She gave $100,000 to Hillary Clinton’s New York Senate campaign and another $450,000 to the Clinton presidential library.
Oh, and on top of all of this, Kadzik is the one who denied a special prosecutor for the Hillary Clinton email investigation after Republicans argued that Loretta Lynch’s ties to the Clintons gave the appearance of impropriety.
So to summarize, a longtime friend of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, who’s been embroiled in scandals with the same man throughout his career, is heading the DOJ’s investigation into the illegally stored and potentially classified emails on the laptop of Hillary’s top aide, and we’re supposed to believe that the investigation will be conducted impartially and without bias even though his bias has already manifested itself in the same case when he denied special counsel to investigate.