Hillary Clinton was caught violating the Federal Records Act. Within hours, it has been revealed that her close adviser Huma Abedin may have done the same. Based on evidence, both have used private email accounts to conduct government business, which is a crime.
As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is finding herself at the center of controversy involving her use of private email accounts to conduct official government business, her Muslim Brotherhood-linked close adviser Huma Abedin appears to have done the same thing. Though it’s not known how Abedin used her clintonmail.com address, a Clinton spokesman reportedly would not answer questions seeking answers about that usage.
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News that Abedin may have broken the law relative to using a private email account to conduct government business would certainly not be her first controversy.
As Shoebat.com has reported, her time as a Special Government Employee (SGE) may have violated federal statutes. In a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry in 2013, Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) raised concerns about Abedin’s role as an SGE as well as her time in the position. Specifically, Grassley had concerns about Abedin violating a federal statute. Here is an excerpt from Grassley’s letter to Kerry:
A response letter was sent to Grassley by Abedin’s attorney. Enclosed was a letter from Abedin to that attorney. Shockingly, it appears to reveal a smoking gun… by Huma’s own hand. In the letter, Abedin confesses to working as an SGE for 240 days:
Of course, all of this says nothing about the discoveries of Shoebat.com in 2011, as Abedin was caught in the spotlight of a scandal involving the sexting exploits of her husband, then U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner, a Jewish Democrat.
That Weiner is Jewish is relevant because Abedin comes from a Muslim Brotherhood family; her mother is one of 63 leaders in the Muslim Sisterhood. The marriage defied the most basic laws obeyed by Muslim fundamentalists.
As Shoebat.com reported, such laws can be legally broken when using the tactic of Muruna.
In June of 2012, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and four other congressmen sent letters to various Inspectors General, to include the office at the State Department. In the letter to the State Department’s IG, Abedin’s irrefutable ties to the Muslim Brotherhood through her family were introduced.
Despite these irrefutable links, the IG’s office did not respond and Bachmann was derided by the most prominent members of her own Party, to include Senator John McCain, Speaker John Boehner and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers.
It would appear that with the private email issue, the SGE issue, and Abedin’s Muslim Brotherhood connections, an unflattering mosaic of Hillary’s adviser is being revealed.
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