We already knew — based upon FBI director James Comey's egregious decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton or her aides for multiple felonies — that there's one set of laws for the oligarchy and another for the little people.
Everett Rosenfeld at CNBC reports:
A new trove of interview summaries and notes from the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails lays out a series of allegations that could prove fodder for future attacks on the Democratic presidential nominee.
[Among the revelations are that] Clinton “blatantly” disregarded protocol. Other claims include that a group of powerful State Department employees attempted to coordinate a document release, and that a department official asked for a “quid pro quo” [i.e., a bribe] related to the former secretary of state's emails.
…One revelation in the documents came from an interview with an unidentified person who suggested that Freedom of Information Act requests related to Clinton went through a group sometimes called “the Shadow Government.“
“There was a powerful group of very high-ranking STATE officials that some referred to as 'The 7th Floor Group' or 'The Shadow Government.' This group met every Wednesday afternoon to discuss the FOIA process, Congressional records, and everything CLINTON-related to FOIA/Congressional inquiries,” the FBI's interview summary said…
…Another claim from the documents is that one unidentified interviewee said Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy pressured the FBI to unclassify certain emails from Clinton's private server that were previously deemed classified… The interviewee said Kennedy contacted the FBI to ask for the change in classification in “exchange for a 'quid pro quo.'“
As for Hillary's well-known disdain for protecting classified information expemplified by her bathroom email server, well, the FBI revealed that she blatantly disregarded security procedures.
Separately, one claim from the FBI documents that was receiving attention online was that one interviewee said there was a “stark difference” between Clinton's “obedience to security and diplomatic protocols” and that of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Clinton, the interviewee said, “blatantly” disregarded such protocols, including her frequent refusal to attend foreign diplomatic functions with the local ambassador.
“This frequently resulted in complaints by ambassadors who were insulted and embarrassed by this breach of protocol,” the interview summary said, adding that the subject claimed that “Clinton's protocol breaches were well known throughout Diplomatic Security and were 'abundant.'”
Bribes, running “a shadow government”, and a complete disregard for maintaining the security of America's national secrets: what's not to like in a candidate like Hillary Clinton?
Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.