Hillary and her dangerous foes at the WH

In a deliciously written piece, what many of us have been thinking is put to pen in this piece by the NY Post. The leak that an almost criminal investigation into the leaked e-mails of Hillary must have come from the WH should put a smile on our faces. Yes, Rasputin Val Jar no doubt was behind the leak or at least knew about it. This bodes well. If the WH gives her up, well… anyway, pull up a chair, make a cup of coffee and sit back and read the whole swell story. Do, we needed this one. Here we go:

Meanwhile, Clinton must play ­defense against her former colleagues in the State Department and intelligence agencies.

Actually, it’s worse. She’s almost certainly up against the White House.

Somebody very high in the food chain leaked the memos requesting the probe. The New York Times, which broke the story, identified its source only as “a senior government official.”

My money is on Valerie Jarrett, the Obamas’ Rasputin, who is known to despise Clinton. If it was Jarrett, she would not do this against the president’s wishes.

That also would be true for any “senior government official” who leaked the memos. Targets don’t get any bigger than Hillary Clinton, so this was not a rogue operation. This was an approved hit.

Clinton has an enemies list — and it looks like she’s on Obama’s. It’s also possible the White House is ­using the issue to keep her in line on the Iranian nuke deal. The implied threat is “look what happened to Robert Menendez.”

Either way, she had it coming. Her arrogance and bald-face lies about the e-mails must have infuriated her boss and colleagues. Her decision to conduct government business on a private server in her home and use personal e-mail accounts was a giant “f–k you” to the administration.

When it was revealed in March that she had deleted tens of thousands of e-mails before turning over those she deemed government property, she compounded injury with an insulting insistence that she did nothing wrong. Insiders knew that was a big fat lie.

As I wrote then, Clinton’s claim that she acted out of “convenience” was hogwash. She wanted to keep her correspondence secret from Congress, the media — and also from the White House, and the people it stashed at State to watch her.

Full read over at the NY Post

Just a reminder:

From the post:May 18, 2013 — bunkerville (Is that George Soros in the beginning of the clip?)

Hillary Clinton: Watergate, Our first taste of her delicious corruption

17 Responses to “Hillary and her dangerous foes at the WH”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    Very interesting, perhaps Obama has not gotten over the grudge yet. This could get very entertaining if he is involved…

    Liked by 1 person

  2. silverfiddle Says:

    Nice breakdown of this. I really wish this were them turning on one another, but I think your theory will bear out that this is just a caution to Hillary to stay on the right side of the Iran deal, unfortunately. Unless the WH wants to open the door for Biden.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      They say Valerie never forgets. I understand there was no love lost between them. For whatever reason, Biden catches their fancy apparently. Then again, Obama went against the Democratic candidate and supported Sanders,


  3. Jersey McJones Says:

    Hillary will be fine. There’s no great malfeasance here. Thousands didn’t die. Millions didn’t lose their retirements. She has an understandable aversion to the press and her political enemies – they did put her and her husband through a living hell for absolutely nothing – and she knew she would be running for President and so she wanted some control over the Parsing Machine. She also knew she had some lee-way. Her GOP opponent will likely have quite a few scandals of their own, but regardless, the GOP brand is so tainted, she would literally have to be caught eating live puppies to look worse than them.



  4. Always On Watch Says:

    Rasputin Val Jar — indeed.

    So, whom does the White House want on the Dem ticket in 2016?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Cry and Howl Says:

    I’m loving this!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

    Liked by 1 person

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