Of course, it was Trump’s campaign who caused the FBI to do what they did. Most likely Kellyann Conway the witch from hell who gave the false information to the FBI. Hope this stick and save the USA from destruction. With all the lawsuits against this guy that could “lead to impeachment” etc, why was he elected by the worthless didn’t do their job electoral college and what is he doing out if jail walking around? Pathetic when this country isn’t protected from the likes of him! And don’t forget to take Pence, McConnell, Ryan and Comey with him!
According to OD E. Randol Schoenberg is an attorney famous for recovering artwork stolen by Nazi soldiers during the Holocaust. In the first week of December, however, he filed an entirely different kind of lawsuit. Not only did he win the lawsuit, it turned out that he was exactly right in his initial assumptions that probable cause didn’t exist.
No one who supported Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the presidency took the news of a reopening of the FBI investigation into her emails as secretary of state lightly when the reopening was announced just a handful of days before the election in November. In fact, it seemed odd and possibly even partisan at the time, but Schoenberg says it may have also been an impeachable offense on the part of the new president-elect.
In a Facebook post at the time, Schoenberg explained:
‘So, I filed a lawsuit today against the US Department of Justice seeking immediate disclosure of the FBI search warrant for the e-mails of Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. As I explained in my blog http://schoenblog.com/?p=1008, I think we need to see what “probable cause” was shown for obtaining the search warrant, because whoever thought there was going to be evidence of a crime was obviously mistaken. And that mistake probably changed the outcome of the election.’
The FBI needed “probable cause” in order to obtain a warrant to investigate the emails found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, and a copy of the warrant showed that the probable cause listed was fairly sketchy. Schoenberg proposes, for the first time, that the probable cause may have come directly from people inside the Trump campaign.
In his blog, the attorney explained why that may have been an impeachable offense for President-elect Trump.
‘What if the allegations were intentionally false? During the nine days when the investigation was underway, Trump surrogate Rudy Giuliani made public statements suggesting he was in communication with the FBI about the ongoing investigation. It does not seem too far-fetched to believe that politically-motivated individuals might have tried to get the FBI to re-open the investigation of Clinton by making false allegations. Finding Huma Abedin’s e-mails on Weiner’s laptop might have been just an opportunity to carry out their wishes.’
Schoenberg also wonders whether or not intentionally false allegations and information were communicated to the FBI by people in the Trump campaign such as Rudy Guiliani, Chris Christie, and former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey. Should the information in the warrant prove in any way that Trump’s camp was responsible for the reopening of the FBI investigation, and especially if they offered statements they knew to be false in order to reopen the inquiry in order to influence the U.S. presidential election, Trump’s campaign could be in a lot of legal trouble.
In fact, it could spell the end of Trump’s victory and the impeachment of yet another U.S. president for fraud and illegal activity during an election campaign.
Knowing now that none of the emails investigated were either new to the FBI, nor did they contain any evidence of wrongdoing, Schoenberg says that:
‘It’s more likely something criminal happened in the obtaining of the search warrant than… Hillary Clinton did something wrong.’
Buckle up, folks. 2017 is likely to be an awfully bumpy ride.