FBI Doesn’t Want To Do Damage Assessment of Hillary’s Hacked Server [VIDEO]


The Deep State is at it again. The Deep State at the FBI even refuses to acknowledge that Hillary’s server was hacked by China despite definitive proof. There is a good reason why they refuse to admit to the hacking. Two good reasons actually.

The Deep State went all in on Russia hacking and to admit it was really China could shut Mueller down. The second reason is disturbingly more sinister. If they admit that China hacked Hillary’s server, they would need to do a risk assessment to see if she was responsible for the 18-20 CIA assets that were imprisoned or killed. That would send her to prison. The FBI refuses to do that assessment.

From The Gateway Pundit

Hillary’s carelessness and criminal actions may have led to the deaths of 20 CIA operatives in China.

The Chinese government killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 CIA operatives in China from 2010 to 2012.

At the same time a Chinese-owned company operating in the Washington, D.C., area hacked Hillary Clinton’s private server throughout her term as secretary of state.

The Chinese government was obtaining Hillary Clinton’s emails in real time.

Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch told Tucker Carlson last week that the FBI does not want to know the possible results of an internal investigation.

And they wonder why Americans no longer trust the biased and corrupt agency?

The FBI should be checking Hillary’s emails for the names of any of the assets that were lost. If there is, they would have no way of protecting Hillary from prosecution and what would likely be life in prison considering her poor health. There would be a lot of collateral damage as well. Her aides, the Democrats, the FBI and the DOJ. The Deep State just can’t risk it.

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