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CORRUPTION: FBI Agents Refused To Destroy Hillary’s Top Aid’s Laptop… Americans Need To KNOW WHY!

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VIA| Side agreements between government officials are the worst. They probably happen more often than most of us are aware, but that obviously doesn’t make it right.

What these agreements do is allow crooks to keep their jobs or continue pursuing their agendas, while the public is kept in the dark.

Take when Bill Clinton met up with Attorney General Loretta Lynch earlier this year, for example. That side agreement kept the FBI and DOJ from going after Hillary. Lynch will probably stay on as AG in a Hillary administration if the corruptocrat is successful in November, or she’ll be given another high-profile job after stepping down.

Another side deal involved Hillary aides having their laptops destroyed after they had been reviewed.

Turns out FBI agents refused to destroy them.

From BizPac Review:

Fox News reported earlier this month that immunity deals for longtime Clinton aide Cheryl Mills and ex-campaign staffer Heather Samuelson included a side deal requiring the FBI to destroy their laptops after reviewing them, but Washington attorney Joe DiGenova said Friday agents did not do so, The Daily Caller reported.

Appearing on “The David Webb Show” on SiriusXM, DiGenova said agents involved in the investigation refused to destroy the laptops.

“According to the agreement reached with the attorneys who handed over their laptops, the laptops were to be destroyed per the agreement after the testimony was given,” DiGenova explained. “The bureau and the department agreed to that.”

“However the laptops contrary to published reports were not destroyed and the reason is the agents who are tasked with destroying them refused to do so,” he claimed. “And by the way, the laptops are at the FBI for inspection by Congress or federal courts.”

So why hasn’t Congress asked for the devices?

Clock is ticking, fellas.

We’re 10 days out from the general.

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