Judicial Watch: There Is ‘Enough Evidence’ To Arrest Hillary Clinton NOW

The President of Judicial Watch has released a statement confirming that there’s now enough evidence gathered to arrest and imprison Hillary Clinton for mass corruption.


The head of the American political watchdog group, Tom Fitton, has confirmed that the amount of information of Clinton’s criminal activity that’s been obtained, is so damning, that’s enough to “put her behind bars for decades.”

According to Fitton, the evidence against Hillary Clinton’s mishandling classified information is overwhelming and should see her arrested imminently.

In a video statement, Fitton spoke about Clinton’s classified files being found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.



Weiner’s wife and Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin breached national security protocols by transmitting the top-secret data and passwords on her Yahoo email accounts.

According to GP, there are 2,800 government emails on Weiner’s laptop which the State Department is slowly releasing to the public.

More emails found on Weiner’s laptop will be released Friday.Fitton says the Justice Department needs to launch a serious investigation and prosecute Hillary and Huma.




Tom Fitton referred to Comey’s investigation into Hillary Clinton a “sham”.



“You got a Russia scandal, you’ve gotta Bahrain scandal, you gotta China scandal, you gotta Nigeria scandal…you still gotta Benghazi scandal!” Fitton said.


Fitton said, “We’ve known for some time the Clinton investigation was a sham and corrupt. The text messages are further proof.

Clinton email investigation should be reopened.




More than enough evidence, especially on classified info abuse, to arrest Mrs. Clinton now.”





A former federal prosecutor has recently revealed details of a “brazen plot” by the Obama Administration “to exonerate Hillary Clinton” and frame the President Donald Trump with “a false Russian conspiracy,” according to a bombshell statement.




































Evidence Suggests Judge Roy Moore’s Accusers Were Being Paid

Judge Moore has NEVER been accused of inappropriate sexual conduct in his 38 years of public service before the charges this past week.

If you missed it, earlier this week, Gloria Allred and client Beverly Young Nelson emerged from the shadows, played politics, and held a press conference in which they accused Alabama Judge Roy Moore of attempted rape more than 30 years ago.

The timing of the accusation wreaks of politics considering Moore is up for a seat in the U.S. Senate, and also seems rather odd considering that in 38 years of public service, there were no prior accusations of any inappropriate sexual misconduct.

Nevertheless, Judge Moore’s wife of 30 years, Kayla Moore, has since taken to Facebook and wrote that they are gathering evidence which suggests the accusers are being paid to speak out against her husband:

“This is the same Gloria Allred that did the very exact same thing to Trump during his campaign . Going on two months now they’ve been on a witchhunt here in Etowah County and our state advertising people to step forward with accusations and we are gathering evidence of money being paid to people who would come forward. Which is part of why we are filing suit!”

After the accusations came out against Judge Moore his polling numbers did not change, so do you think they will let…

Posted by Kayla Moore on Monday, November 13, 2017


New evidence has emerged showing that the FBI decided to use unreliable, compromised information

New evidence has emerged showing that the FBI decided to use unreliable, compromised information in its investigation into possible Russian collusion.

Former Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page testified before Congress, revealing that the FBI was using the Democrat-financed dossier as the basis of its investigation and interrogations, according to The Washington Times.

Mr. Page recently testified before the House Intelligence Committee, which released a transcript Monday. US Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) was particularly interested in how the FBI conducted its probe of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.

So what were the questions the FBI had for you?” asked Rep. Gowdy.

It was an extensive series of many meetings, but they, you know, the core foundation, I would say, in terms of the overall structure in March 2017, was related to those false allegations from the ‘dodgy’ dossier,” responded Mr. Page.

He went on the say that the allegations in the dossier along with the associated investigations have ruined his energy firm. With no business income, he said he is now living off of his investments and constantly having to worry about death threats. “There are no sources of income right now. I’m burning through savings right now,” he lamented.

Having worked and lived in Moscow in the early 2000s as a Merrill Lynch banker, Carter Page was one of the primary targets in the dossier, besides Mr. Trump himself.

The document in question was a product of former British spy Christopher Steele, whom the Democrat-backed opposition research firm Fusion GPS hired to craft the dossier. Considering Steele’s connections within the intelligence community, including a respected history with various US agencies, the firm felt that Steele would be ideally suited to this line of work.

The document claims that the Russians had compromising information on Mr. Trump. However, recent findings showed that Fusion GPS was paid by both the Clinton campaign as well as the DNC. Mark Elias, a Clinton-campaign lawyer, commissioned Fusion GPS through his own law firm, Perkins Coie, to conduct the research. He receiving $5.6 million and $3.6 million in legal compensation from the Clinton campaign and the DNC respectively, as reported by Fox News.

The British spy accused Mr. Page of several felonies, including meeting with Russian officials, promising to end US sanctions against Russia in exchange for a brokerage commission. He also claimed that Mr. Page worked with Paul Manafort to hack computers belonging to the Democrat Party.

The Trump campaign volunteer denies all the charges, adding that he has never met Mr. Manafort.

When asked if all the FBI questions were related to the dossier, Mr. Page responded, “Not all of [them], but I would say that that was a central foundation, and again, it would sort of branch out from there.

Every word in that about me is completely false. The core allegations of that document were certainly all false,” Mr. Page said. He has filed libel lawsuits against Yahoo News and Huffington Post for repeating Mr. Steele’s allegations. “Any pain I’ve been through in this committee is minuscule compared to the dodgy dossier-inflicted destruction of my life,” he said.

The fact that the FBI felt this document was a trustworthy source on which to base their investigations is a worrisome sign. Considering the other scandals that have plagued the Bureau’s leadership, it’s not surprising that President Trump fired FBI Director Comey when he did.

The FBI based their investigation into Trump on the dossier that has proven to be full of erroneous information. Should the investigation end?

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