BREAKING: We Just Discovered FBI “Secret Inside Deal” On Hillary Email Investigation, This Is HUGE

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By Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Many FBI agents are reportedly skeptical of the agency’s decision to close the Hillary Clinton email investigation without recommending criminal charges.

Agents told the New York Post that they “believe there was an inside deal put in place” after Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with former President Bill Clinton just days ahead of the FBI’s announcement that its year-long probe had ended.

Investigators were reportedly forced to sign unusually extensive nondisclosure agreements that would prevent them from speaking publicly about the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email use, according to Washington Examiner.

Sources said they had never heard of the “Case Briefing Acknowledgment” form being used before, although all agents must initially sign nondisclosure agreements to obtain security clearance.

“This is very, very unusual. I’ve never signed one, never circulated one to others,” said one retired FBI chief.

An FBI agent currently on the job admitted, “I have never heard of such a form. Sounds strange.”

The FBI’s decision last week rankled Republicans, who have pushed the Justice Department to open a second probe into whether the former secretary of state committed perjury last year when she testified before the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

Meanwhile, FBI agents expressed their “disappointment” over FBI Director James Comey’s decision not to recommend charges against Clinton, sources close to the matter told The Post.

Another source from the Justice Department was “furious” with Comey, saying he’s “managed to piss off right and left.”

So corrupt it’s insane.

God Bless.

VOTE FOR DONALD TRUMP AND TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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