BOMBSHELL: DOJ Official Tips Off Podesta, Wanted Hillary Job for Son


A DOJ Official agent tried to buy his son a job with Hillary by tipping off John Podesta about the imminent release of emails. Former Assistant Attorney General Peter Kadzik tried to get his son a job on the Hillary campaign at the same time he was investigating her.

IG Horowitz said Kadzik’s failure to recuse himself showed poor judgment. That’s putting it mildly. Why didn’t he call it what it was? Corruption and actionable in a court of law. It is becoming apparent that the crooks in the FBI and the DOJ are going to get a free pass. Is this what Rosenstein was holding up the report for?

To change criminal acts into poor judgment?

From The Daily Caller

Kadzik was criticized for an email sent to Clinton aide Brian Fallon in April of 2015 which read, “Hope all is well with you, [Fallon’s wife], the kids, and the candidate. Let me know if you or someone else needs a great assistant; my 25-year-old son is ready for [Clinton].”

The Clinton campaign did not hire Kadzik’s son, but Horowitz determined that Kadzik still should have recused himself from all Clinton-related matters — which he did not.

A short time later, Kadzik sent an email to John Podesta titled simply “heads up.” In the email, he warned the campaign chair that Hillary Clinton’s emails were likely to be made public.

“There is a [House Judiciary Committee] oversight hearing today where the head of our Civil Division will testify. Likely to get questions on State Department emails. Another filing in the FOIA case went in last night or will file in this am that indicates it will be awhile (2016) before the State Department posts the [Clinton] emails.”

Kadzik’s email became public after Wikileaks released Podesta’s emails. Though I will say I’m not at all happy with how slow the whole reveal is going. We know their crimes…

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