With the FBI being granted a warrant over the weekend to examine the latest Hillary Clinton related emails found on Huma Abedin’s computer, the case appears to be moving forward and the Department of Justice is getting involved…again.
Here’s the catch. The assistant attorney general, Peter Kadzik, who will be heading up this latest investigation in to Hillary’s private email server, has long time ties to the Clintons and their allies.
Indeed, headlines are already making waves regarding Peter Kadzik and is intimate involvement with the Clintons, which have also been substantiated by recent Wikileaks emails.:
From the Washington Examiner:
Emails show Justice Department official overseeing Clinton probe has close ties to Podesta:
Peter Kadzik, assistant attorney general, sent his son to seek a job on the Clinton campaign given his personal relationship with Podesta. He was invited to a small birthday gathering for Podesta’s lobbyist brother last year. Kadzik also dined with Podesta at his home in January, when the first FBI probe was well underway.
Emails made public by WikiLeaks over the past several weeks raise fresh questions about the Justice Department’s handling of an investigation into a case with such close ties to the agency’s leadership. Just one week before FBI Director James Comey closed the original Clinton email probe in July, Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s private meeting with Clinton’s husband sparked a wave of outrage that ultimately clouded the Justice Department’s decision to end the investigation.
That’s not all, as Kadzik was even complimented by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in an email in 2008 for being a “fantastic lawyer” and even “kept me out of jail”.
Date: 2008-09-08 17:21
Subject: Peter Kadzik
Willing to help. Fantastic lawyer. Kept me out of jail. I’m sure Christine knows him. Wants to help. Think he would be an excellent vet lead. 202-420-4704
Which begs the question, what was John Podesta worried about going to jail for in the first place? The plots, schemes and favors just keep getting deeper.
To show further involvement with the Clinton’s by Peter Kadzik, it also appears that he was a regular donor to not only their efforts, but the political campaign of John Podesta’s daughter and to Tim Kaine as well. According to Free Beacon:
Kadzik sent a letter to a handful of congressional leaders on Monday stating that the department would work alongside the FBI and move as swiftly as possible in its probe of newly discovered emails from Abedin recovered from the laptop of her estranged husband, former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner.
“The Department of Justice (the Department) appreciates the concerns raised in your letter. We assure you that the Department will continue to work closely with the FBI and together, dedicate all necessary resources and take appropriate steps as expeditiously as possible,” Kadzik wrote.
Kadzik, who attended Georgetown University’s law school with John Podesta in the 1970s and remains his close friend to this day, donated to Hillary Clinton’s former leadership PAC and 2008 presidential campaign while working as an attorney at the D.C.-based law firm Dickstein Shapiro LLP.
Kadzik’s first contribution to Clinton came on February 6, 2006, in the form of a $1,000 check to HillPAC, a leadership PAC started by Clinton while she was serving in the Senate.
Kadzik made two more contributions during Clinton’s unsuccessful presidential run in 2008. The first donation was made on June 30, 2007 in the amount of $1,000. Kudzik donated an additional $1,300 on September 30.
Kadzik also donated $250 to Clinton’s vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine during his Senate run in 2012.
Two years later, Kadzik donated $250 to the school board campaign of Megan Rouse, John Podesta’s daughter. That donation was revealed by WikiLeaks in emails that were stolen from Podesta’s Gmail account by hackers linked to the Russian government.
After years of Peter Kadzik dealing with the Clintons, their campaigns and those of their allies, how can he possibly be expected to perform a fair and impartial investigation in their illicit activities that could result in criminal charges?
The paper trail of Kadzik’s contributions and involvement in various Clinton ally political campaigns should be grounds enough to remove him from this case. Although I’m sure Hillary Clinton is all too happy to have her long time constituent “working” with the FBI during this investigation, to the voters this should appear as “business as usual” for the Clintons. And the political pundits wonder why millions of Americans are fed up with the system and looking for a leader like Trump to clean it up?
The web of favors, deceit, collusion and corruption seem to run so deep that there’s always a Clinton ally in close proximity to any investigations that come their way, which explains why they seem to always escape any consequences.
Although the legal cases surrounding Hillary Clinton may be ongoing, there is one immediate action everyone can take to show her that American’s will not tolerate any form of cronyism without their government, and that is to vote for Donald Trump on November 8th.