A Quid Pro Quo an FBI Agent Pressured To Change Classification on Email
A quid pro quo, an FBI agent was pressured to change the classification on an email. Apparently Patrick Kennedy Under Secretary at the State Department didn’t receive the memo or the advice from First Lady, Michele Obama. Advising “When they go low” we go “Higher”. Well, in this case it is apparently “Lower”. I suspect, that this is just the tip of the iceberg regarding Mrs. Clinton’s co-conspirators at the State Department. We can rest assured this criminal enterprise case will continue to be exposed and go “lower”.
Patrick Kennedy served directly under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He was referred to as the Chief Operating Officer and employees who knew of the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unsecured servers did not talk about this subject or bring this subject up to anyone’s attention for fear of retaliation and many feared Patrick Kennedy.
It’s a disgrace that federal employees and reputable FBI agents feel very threatened, compromised, and pressured by superiors who are going to extremes to protect Hillary Clinton former Secretary of State and her email scandal. The emails go hand in hand with the Clinton Foundation; neither could survive without the other.
There were 1,100 foreign donations made to the Cinton Foundation. These negotiations and correspondences probably still exist; somewhere. Mrs. Clinton and her former Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills and her Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin probably know where these records, emails and correspondences are being kept. They have to retain and maintain this information detailing all foreign donors and what could potentially transpire if Hillary Clinton becomes President of the United States. I assume she promised a lot of favors, not just to Goldman Sachs but her foreign donors.
Morale is extremely low in the FBI Department. Many are calling for FBI Director James Comey to step down. He shamefully and arrogantly hurt the integrity and reputation of the FBI. The FBI is very concerned about the public’s view of the department and wonder if the FBI could rebuild their trust and faith with the public. Which was once, held in high esteem from the other law enforcement departments and the public. Time will tell how soon America can recover. The sooner Mrs. Clinton and her criminal enterprise is brought to justice, the sooner the American people can recover.
The FBI today posted one hundred documents released to the House Oversight and Intelligence Committee. Sources say these documents contain allegations of a quid pro quo between a senior State Department official Patrick Kennedy and a FBI agent who’s name was redacted.
“In an interview July 2015, there was a discussion between an FBI agent who makes clear that there was a discussion of a quid pro quo between Patrick Kennedy and the FBI agent who name is redacted. The FBI agent was contacted by Patrick Kennedy who had asked the FBI agent’s assistance in altering the email classification in exchange for a quid pro quo, that in exchange for marking the email unclassified the State Department would reciprocate by allowing the FBI to place more agents in countries where they are presently forbidden.”
“There’s also an additional 302 document. On September, 2015, in an FBI interview, it makes clear that Patrick Kennedy wanted to change the classification to a code known as B9. B9 is rarely a used code, it’s highly specialized for geographic intelligence. Patrick Kennedy further stated that the B9 classification would allow him to archive the document in the basement of Department of State, never to be see again. The objective was to shield the classification so that it would never be public and this would do damage control for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.”
“What is not clear, was Patrick Kennedy was acting on his own or was he acting on behalf of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who was then out of office or did Kennedy just understand that this was required. There was clear coordination in handling of the emails between the Department of State, which is funded by the taxpayer and the Clinton campaign.”
“Statements from the State Department and the FBI are saying that this quid pro quo is misleading and it did not align with the facts. Statements from the FBI and the State Department were the issues that were misleading not the documents. “