FBI officials failing to pursue crucial leads on Clinton Foundation
FBI officials within the Little Rock field office in Arkansas are failing to pursue crucial leads on Clinton Foundation, according to several FBI insiders who have blown the whistle of the bureau’s investigative ruse.
Whether it’s the foundation’s massive corruption in Haiti or whether it’s just a front for the Clintons’ personal and private gain, insiders within the FBI are now bravely stepping forward to expose their crimes.
Little Rock FBI’s special agent in charge Diane Upchurch has smothered the investigation was focusing on money financial crimes according to FBI officials.
“There was some momentum but that is gone,” one FBI agent claimed. “We made some huge inroads. This thing (Clinton Foundation probe) is on its deathbed.”
TruePundit reports: Upchurch, before taking the head job in Little Rock in 2016 after a James Comey promotion, was a lieutenant of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe in Washington, D.C. She served as a section chief (SES) in the Counterterrorism Division for nearly three years.
McCabe, who was promoted to assistant director of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division by then-Director Robert S. Mueller in 2012, was Upchurch’s supervisor.
McCabe and Comey have since been fired from the FBI.
A bombshell Senate Report has recently revealed that Hillary Clinton’s State Department “gifted an unknown number” of children directly into the hands of human traffickers.
After refusing to run the most basic checks on the so-called “caregivers,” vulnerable children were sent into a life of child sex slavery, according to the new report.
After handing over to child traffickers, these children were then starved, sexually abused, and forced into child labor, according to the Senate report.
Unfortunately, the fate of many of these children remains unknown after they “fell out” of the system.
“It is intolerable that human trafficking — modern-day slavery — could occur in our own backyard,” Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio and the chairman of the subcommittee, told the New York Times.“
But what makes the Marion cases even more alarming is that a U.S. government agency was responsible for delivering some of the victims into the hands of their abusers.”
As detention centers became incapable of housing the massive influx of migrants, the Department of Health and Human Services started placing children into the care of sponsors who would oversee the minors until their bids for refugee status could be reviewed.