WASHINGTON, DC – FBI investigator John Robertson, responsible for discovering the Hillary Clinton emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, said the FBI is suppressing thousands of emails and refusing to prosecute.
Robertson also said he was threatened with prosecution by former Assistant U.S. Attorney Amanda Kramer of the Southern District of New York:
“Further, I was told by [Kramer] that should I ‘whistleblow’, I will be prosecuted.”
Robertson was investigating for the FBI’s child sex crimes unit when he was assigned to former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner’s case. Weiner was accused of, and later convicted for, sexting a 15-year-old girl from North Carolina.
Weiner had shared his laptop with his then-wife Huma Abedin, a long-time confidante and top aide to Hillary Clinton.
REVEALED: FBI Hero John Robertson Discovered Hillary Clinton Emails on Computer During Child Sex Investigation https://t.co/B9ZjxX8R4R via @gatewaypundit "blew whistle on the Comey/McCabe/Strzok cover-up of the evidence."
— JR Marcus (@jrboulder) September 18, 2020
In reference to the emails discovered on Weiner’s laptop, Robertson said:
“The crickets I was hearing was really making me uncomfortable because something was going to come down.”
In 2019, Robertson went unnamed in an article for The New York Post and was said to have been “scared” by his discovery:
“I’m telling you that we have potentially ten times the volume that Director Comey said we had on the record. Why isn’t anybody here?”
Robertson, again unidentified, was later cited in Justice Department Inspector Gen. Michael Horowitz’s 2018 report on the handling of the investigation of Clinton’s unauthorized private email server.
What Robertson may not have been aware of was the behind-the-scenes struggle between NYPD detectives and prosecutors who were working the case.
As RealClearInvestigations first reported, it was FBI agent John Robertson of NY who blew whistle on Comey HQ covering up new Hillary email evidence. He was so "scared" he'd be scapegoated, he hired a lawyer and sent an email to himself about his concernshttps://t.co/Y8ApwdMUo1
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 20, 2020
Leading up to the 2016 presidential election, it was rumored the Clinton Administration was directing the FBI to ensure the contents of the laptop remain unknown to the public. However, a NYPD police chief threatened to release the emails found on Weiner’s laptop to the public, before it was turned over to the FBI.
According to True Pundit, NYPD detectives and police chief said that if the FBI and justice department failed to garner timely indictments against Clinton and co-conspirators, NYPD would go public with the damaging emails:
“What’s in the emails is staggering and as a father, it turned my stomach,” the NYPD chief allegedly said. “There is not going to be any Houdini-like escape from what we found. We have copies of everything. We will ship them to Wikileaks, or I will personally hold my own press conference if it comes to that.”
Former FBI Director James Comey was then forced to open a new investigation into Clinton’s handling of the state department’s emails, resulting in exonerating Clinton two days before the election.
Robertson said the way the FBI handled the case was “not ethically or morally right.”
“I possess, the FBI possesses, twenty times more emails than Comey testified to…While Comey did not know at the time about what I have, people in the FBI do now, and as far as I know, we are being silent. … If I say or do nothing more, I am falling short ethically and morally.”
NYPD sources said the emails Robertson referenced included evidence linking Clinton and her associates to money laundering, child exploitation, and sex crimes with minors. They also included perjury, pay-to-play through the Clinton Foundation, obstruction of justice, and several other felony crimes.
The Washington Times reported that Robertson wrote a “letter to self” after an October 19, 2016, meeting. Robertson implored Assistant U.S. Attorney Amanda Kramer to push FBI leadership to look into the thousands of emails he had unearthed.
Robertson said he was informed by Kramer that he would be prosecuted for whistle blowing, and that his bosses advised him to erase his office computer.
In a speech at Hillsdale College in March 2020, Gen. Mike Flynn’s attorney, Sidney Powell, appeared to back up Robertson’s claim.
“They [FBI] didn’t look at a fraction of the emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.”
Powell also said that the laptop belonging to Weiner and ex-wife Huma Abedin contained “675,000 Clinton emails” that detailed crimes related to the Clinton Foundation and Abedin, who she said served as a proxy for Hillary Clinton.
In her speech, Powell said that she heard that some of the NYPD officers were so deeply disturbed by what they had found during the investigation, they literally had to “throw up.”
Powell recommended that President Trump ensure Weiner’s laptop get to trusted personnel in the military for examination:
“So one of the things, if I were the president … is demand the Anthony Weiner laptop and get it to the most trusted person in the military, to take apart everything on it, and then start using it… There’s a lot that can be prosecuted, I have no doubt, on that laptop.”
Powell also stated that Comey lied about the Blackberry files he claimed the FBI could not locate.
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After the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein’s confidant and partner, Ghislaine Maxwell back in July, the rumor mill was on overtime, buzzing about the pair’s ties to the world’s rich and famous, including the Former President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary.
The relationship between the Former President of the United States and his wife, the Former Secretary of State, have been under scrutiny after White House records show Epstein visiting the White House multiple times throughout 1990’s, as well as him attending the 2010 wedding of Chelsea Clinton.
The pair have vehemently denied any wrongdoing toward the women or knowledge of the abuse Epstein was alleged to have committed against his numerous victims.
Pictures that were posted in the Daily Mail showed the Former resident on the receiving end of a back massage from one of Epstein’s victims, Chauntae Davies, while the group was on a layover during the infamous Africa Trip in 2002.
FOTOS DE BILL CLINTON Y DE LA CHICA CHAUNTAE DAVIES, PUBLICADAS POR EL DAILY MAIL
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EXCLUSIVE: 'Would you mind giving it a crack?' Clinton leans back and smiles while receiving neck massage from Epstein victim pic.twitter.com/KmFQt1imcr
— Ricardo Robaina (@_NOALCOMUNISMO) August 19, 2020
Recently, the tabloid OK Magazine, reported that during her tenure as the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton bestowed Alexander Djerassi, Maxwell’s nephew, the gift of a coveted post within her department shortly after he graduated from college.
It is also reported that Clinton bestowed “special treatment” to the young man. A spokesperson for the State Department informed The Daily Beast, that Djerassi’s role within the State Department was that of a Staff Assistant from May 2009 through June 2012; however, there is no official record of the position being a “gift” from Mrs. Clinton.
A quick glance at Djerassi’s LinkedIn profile confirms that he lists his role as Chief of Staff for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, from June 2011-June 2012.
His profile also shows he served as Special Assistant to the office form May 2009 through May 2011, and that he worked as a Campaign Policy Associate for Hilary Clinton for President from September 2007 until June 2008.
Djerassi’s name also appears in a biography published on the website of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The blurb touts Djerassi’s research that was “focused on Tunisia and U.S Foreign policy toward the Middle East and North Africa.
Clinton is seen smiling, leaning back, and receiving the massage from victim 22-year-old Chauntae Davies, as exclusively reported by the Daily Mail.
— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) August 18, 2020
The Carnegie Endowment’s biography of Djerassi also states:
“[From] 2009 through 2012, Djerassi was chief of staff and special assistant in the U.S Department of State’s Bureau of near Eastern Affairs, covering U.S relations with Arab states, Israel, and Iran. He also worked on matters relating to democratization and civil society in the Arab world, the Arab uprisings, ad Israeli-Palestinian peace”
His profile concludes with:
“Djerassi has served as a U.S. reportative to the Friends of Libya conferences, Friends of the Syrian People conferences, U.S – GCC Strategic Coordination Forum, and several UN General Assemblies.”
According to an article published in the Daily Beast on August 20, an unnamed friend of Djerassi states Maxwell was not responsible for the introduction between Djerassi and the Clintons, nor was she responsible for recommending him for the jobs with the former First Lady.
The friend reported:
“These are false allegations against a talented and qualified public servant.”
According to several hacked emails released via WikiLeaks, Djerassi’s name was discovered in a November 2011 email where Assistant Secretary Jeffrey Feltman references his “special assistant, Alex Djerassi.” Djerassi’s name is mentioned again in another email from back in 2012.
This new thread in the ever-growing weave that further links the Clintons to Epstein, surface as Ghislaine Maxwell remains confined behind bars in Metropolitan Detention Center, in Brooklyn, New York where she has been held without bail since she was arrested at her New Hampshire mansion, back on July 2nd.
She was denied bail by a New York Federal Judge on July 14th due to her being seen as a flight risk. She is currently charged with as many as six federal charges, to include enticing minors, sex trafficking and perjury.
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