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Inspector General Michael Horowitz of the Justice Department finally released his extensive official report yesterday on the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email crimes.
Titled “A Review of Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of the 2016 Election”, the report is roughly 500 pages, and wading through it is a herculean task.
Because of the length of the report, and the summarizing purpose of this post, Ivan Throne and DARK TRIAD MAN® have gone through the Executive Summary of the Inspector General’s report, and provided a translation of Justice Department legalese.
Readers with questions on deeper detail are welcome to review the Inspector General’s report in full.
Similar to our viral translation of the FBI Memo, this post lays out in plain and simple English what the report states – and provides you with insight into shocking dereliction of duty at the highest levels of law enforcement.
My translation is in red.
Let us begin.
The document starts with bullet points on what the report is about.
- Americans, their officials, and everyone else smelled stink.
- It smelled like broken rules, secret reasons, and nasty leaks.
- It smelled like the FBI was doing bad things for bad reasons.
- The FBI was chatting with itself about Hillary’s email investigation.
- The FBI didn’t hide that it hated Trump and wanted Hillary to win.
- Some people in the FBI thought the corruption was wrong and bad.
The Inspector General’s report describes how it worked.
- The Inspector General waded through over a million documents.
- The former FBI Director, Attorney General, and deputies had to explain themselves.
- Even Bill Clinton had his hands in the jar.
The Hillary “Midyear” email investigation.
- The FBI was supposed to investigate Hillary’s email mess.
- The FBI was supposed to decide if Hillary broke the law.
- The FBI was supposed to find out if spies read her emails.
- The FBI let Hillary’s people decide whether to hand over evidence or not.
- The FBI decided to ignore evidence that was really important.
- The FBI decided to let some people “volunteer” instead of being subpoenaed.
- The FBI spread immunity agreements around.
- The FBI played as nice as possible with Hillary’s lawyers.
- The FBI played nice with Hillary too.
- Justice Department prosecutors looked for evidence in different ways.
- The Inspector General could not fault how they looked for evidence.
- Justice Department prosecutors worried about exposing secrets.
- The FBI wanted to close it down before the election.
- The FBI thought it was pointless to fully investigate.
- The FBI didn’t think Director James Comey approved.
- The FBI decided not to look at all the evidence available.
- The FBI let some people get away with crimes for convenience.
- The FBI didn’t get search warrants because their minds were made up.
- The FBI decided not to charge Hillary before they even talked to her.
- The FBI wasn’t supposed to let other witnesses be there when Hillary was questioned.
- The FBI didn’t even seriously consider putting Hillary under oath.
- The Inspector General looked to see if the FBI lied about why it really did things.
- The Inspector General didn’t look to see if every single decision was the best.
- The Inspector General says his report isn’t to agree with FBI decisions.
- The FBI was chatting and messaging about the Hillary investigation.
- The FBI agents openly hated Trump and wanted Hillary to win.
- It smells like the FBI was putting politics above justice.
- The Inspector General was worried about the FBI agent who wanted to “stop Trump”.
- The FBI agent who wanted to “stop Trump” didn’t make decisions about the Hillary emails.
- The FBI agent who wanted to “stop Trump” wanted Hillary investigated harder.
- The Inspector General doesn’t think the FBI actually tried to “stop Trump”.
- The Inspector General does think the FBI has a trust problem.
- The Inspector General is going to look deeper at this FBI trust problem.
FBI director Comey and his public statements.
- The Justice Department knew the Hillary email investigation was going to get shut down.
- James Comey talked to the Deputy Attorney General about how to tell America.
- The Deputy Attorney General thought it would be announced together.
- Comey started tricking people about what he planned to do.
- Comey didn’t think America would trust or believe the Attorney General.
- Comey was worried about leaks of classified information.
- Comey was also worried about Bill Clinton meeting the Attorney General on her plane.
- Comey kept his worries secret from his bosses and planned to act on his own.
- Comey thought America could lose faith in the Justice Department because of the stink.
- James Comey deliberately watered down what Hillary did.
- James Comey hid the fact that Hillary was grossly negligent.
- Hillary was using hackable email to talk to Obama while overseas.
- James Comey claimed Americans needed to have confidence in justice.
- James Comey didn’t want the FBI to look bad to America.
- James Comey also needed to find a way to let Hillary off the hook.
- Bill Clinton showed up for a secret and improper meeting.
- Obama’s Attorney General knew it was a bad situation.
- Obama’s Attorney General made excuses for the meeting anyway.
- The Attorney General confused America with her statements.
- The Inspector General can’t prove Bill Clinton swayed the Attorney General.
- The FBI Director claims it looked so bad he had to act without the Attorney General.
- FBI Director Comey made his mind up about Hillary early.
- Comey hid this from everyone on purpose.
- The Inspector General said Comey was insubordinate and wrong.
- The FBI director told the Attorney General he was going to make a statement.
- The Attorney General didn’t ask what he was going to say even though she was his boss.
- The Inspector General says the Attorney General didn’t do her job.
- FBI Director James Comey thought he was the only one who had any credibility.
- Comey thought his boss would destroy America’s trust if she talked.
- The Inspector General says Comey broke the rules and tricked America.
How Hillary escaped criminal charges.
- The FBI director told America Hillary wasn’t being charged before it was even decided.
- The Justice Department met the day after to hear why she wouldn’t be charged.
- The Attorney General then told America herself that Hillary wouldn’t be charged.
- There were five crimes that Hillary and her team were investigated for.
- Careless handling, loss or destruction, hiding, or removal of classified information.
- These are serious crimes that hurt America’s national security.
- The Justice Department was okay with Hillary and her team saying “we didn’t mean it”.
- The Justice Department was okay with Hillary and her team “talking around it”.
- The Justice Department was okay with Hillary and her team blaming other people for it.
- The Justice Department actually believed Hillary and her team “didn’t mean it”.
- The Inspector General said the they won’t charge important people for it anyway.
- The Inspector General said that “The Bush Administration did it too” was a valid argument.
- The Inspector General can’t prove they let Hillary off to sway the election.
- The Justice Department lets people at that level get away with crimes like this.
- The Inspector General isn’t interested in digging deeper than that.
Anthony “Carlos Danger” Weiner and his emails appear.
- The FBI was looking at sex crimes by a former Congressman.
- The former Congressman was married to Hillary’s top staffer.
- The former Congressman had hundreds of thousands of Hillary emails on his laptop.
- FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe met with almost forty FBI officials.
- Everybody knew right away how serious the Weiner emails were.
- The FBI knew they needed more search warrants to see the emails.
- McCabe knew this was important evidence that had to be handled.
- McCabe claims he ordered a team to go and read the emails.
- McCabe claims he told FBI director Comey right away.
- Comey was directly told all about the Weiner emails.
- Comey actually claims he didn’t find it important enough to remember.
- Comey actually claims he didn’t know who Weiner was married to.
- The Hillary investigators were told about the Weiner emails.
- Everyone involved knew about this important evidence.
- The Hillary investigators did nothing until someone complained.
- The FBI sat on the Weiner emails for weeks and weeks.
- The neglect was brought to FBI Director Comey.
- “What Weiner emails?” was James Comey’s reaction.
- The FBI knew about 340,000+ emails that probably broke the law.
- Hillary was using email accounts all over the place for classified information.
- The FBI sat on this information and purposefully did nothing.
- The FBI gave the Inspector General ridiculous excuses for doing nothing.
- The FBI wanted to spend its time chasing the fake Russia probe.
- The FBI wanted to hurt Trump more than it wanted to solve crimes.
- The Inspector General did not believe the FBI’s excuses.
- The FBI spent all its time making up propaganda to fool America.
- The FBI was going to call anyone who questioned them “liars”.
- FBI agents planned to “stop Trump” before the election.
- FBI agents planned to “stop Trump” by using their police powers.
- The Inspector General was worried about how bad that looked.
- The Inspector General couldn’t prove the FBI protected Hillary.
- The Inspector General can prove that everyone involved knew.
- The Inspector General can’t explain how Hillary got protection.
Comey goes back to Congress.
- FBI Director Comey held a conference call to talk about the Weiner emails.
- FBI Deputy Director McCabe was kicked out of the conference call.
- McCabe couldn’t be trusted to be a part of the investigation.
- FBI Director Comey was scared Congress would find out.
- Comey had decided that Hillary was going to be President.
- Comey wanted to make sure America didn’t question that.
- FBI Director Comey claims the rules were important to him.
- Comey then decided those rules didn’t matter if he felt otherwise.
- Comey knew that Congress would get mad at him if he hid the emails.
- FBI Director Comey already made up his mind that Hillary would win.
- Comey was more worried about leaks than justice or the law.
- Comey cared more about his own opinions than justice or the law.
- FBI Director Comey was too afraid to tell his boss the Attorney General.
- Comey told his chief of staff to talk to everyone instead.
- Comey’s chief of staff spilled all the details to Hillary’s political operative.
- The Attorney General and her deputies had frantic meetings.
- They were all afraid to tell FBI Director Comey not to talk to Congress.
- Comey deliberately didn’t talk to them about it either.
The “stop Trump” from being elected texts.
- The FBI wanted to “stop Trump” from being elected.
- The FBI behaved disgracefully and now America doesn’t trust the FBI.
- The Inspector General can’t prove enough to charge them with crimes.
- The same FBI agents were trying to stop Trump and hide Hillary’s emails.
- The same FBI agents were willing to use police powers to decide the election.
- The Inspector General uses harsh language about this betrayal of America.
- The Inspector General thinks it’s worse than he is able to prove.
- The Inspector General thinks the FBI should investigate these agents.
- The Inspector General thinks the FBI should punish these agents.
- James Comey was sneaking around using private emails during all this.
- FBI agents who wanted to “stop Trump” were sneaking around with private emails too.
- The Inspector General thinks the FBI should investigate and punish them but not Comey.
- The FBI was ignoring the rules about leaking stories to the news.
- The FBI from top to bottom was talking to the media all the time.
- The FBI leaks were so bad the Inspector General had to make charts about it.
- The media was bribing the FBI with meals, gifts, tickets, and more.
- The FBI was taking graft so it could spill leaks to the media for profit.
- The Inspector General is going to chase these criminals down.
- The FBI was afraid of hiding the truth from Congress because of all the leaks.
- The FBI fussed about with policy changes that didn’t make any difference.
- The Inspector General says the FBI culture itself is rotten.
Officals ignoring conflicts of interest.
- The wife of the former Deputy Director of the FBI got over $675,000 Democrat donations.
- Hillary Clinton showed up to speak for the wife’s campaign during the investigations.
- FBI attorneys and ethics officials told the Deputy Director, “Naw, you’re good bro”.
- FBI Deputy Director McCabe ran with “nah, you’re good bro” until he couldn’t.
- The Inspector General said the FBI needed a better system to avoid corruption.
- McCabe stayed involved with Hillary investigations even after he wasn’t supposed to.
- The former Assistant Attorney General was part of the Hillary investigations.
- He was trying to get his son a job with Hillary while he was investigating.
- He sent private warnings to Hillary’s campaign about the investigations.
FBI Records Vault broadcasts on Twitter.
- Freedom of Information Act requests about Bill Clinton’s foundation were made.
- The Inspector General said these requests were processed normally.
- The Inspector General said that FBI Records Management did nothing wrong.
What the Inspector General thinks should happen.
- The Justice Department needs to better handle witnesses who are lawyers for other witnesses.
- The Justice Department needs to keep its mouth shut about charges when it’s supposed to.
- The Justice Department needs to be careful saying things about people who aren’t charged.
- The Justice Department needs to solve its out of control texting and email problem.
- The Justice Department needs to solve its disgusting graft problem.
- The Justice Department needs to solve its “naw, you’re good bro” ethics problem.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is dishonored.
I told you this back in October of 2017.
I wasn’t wrong:
I have said it before and will say it again:
— Ivan Throne (@DarkTriadMan) October 16, 2017
The malevolent intentions of the Deep State are laid bare with unsurprising evidence of graft, insubordination, corruption, and malfeasance. Their actions against President Donald J. Trump are matched with their criminal partnership with mass media.
In my viral translation of the FBI Memo I made the statement that the FBI and the Deep State had committed an unforgivable, and fatal error:
They struck at the king and missed. There will be a reckoning for that.
Now they have struck at America and missed.
Get ready for vengeance.
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