Let’s recap. The FBI have apparently found 650,000 emails on the home computer shared by Clinton “close aide” Huma Abedin and her sex deviant husband Anthony Weiner. These may or may not contain classified information and some may relate to Hillary Clinton. The BBC are in a panic as it looks like their endorsed  candidate is about to take a spectacular fall from grace. So, what to do? How about parroting the bizarre accusation by that most crooked of Democrats, Harry Reid, that it is the FBI who “may” have “broken the law”.  I am sure Harry Reid is an authority on what constitutes breaking the law but are we seriously being asked to believe that the FBI needs to now investigate itself? Is he calling for the arrest of Jamey Comey? Is it now unlawful to investigate law breakers? I expect to now see the Clinton camp release an avalanche of any residual dirt they have on Trump but NOTHING and NO-ONE – and yes that includes the BBC – are going to stop Hillary Clinton going to the polls as the candidate under FBI investigation. Right across the BBC, and this sadly includes Andrew Neil – it is a universal wall of support for Clinton and the fact that she may end up in a penitentiary does not defect them – such is their visceral disregard for Trump.

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52 Responses to FBI IN THE DOCK…..

  1. Dave says:

    The insinuation from the Clinton camp is that, as a politician, a Democrat and a Clinton, Hillary should be above the law.


    • vesnadog says:

      Help me out guys n gals!

      I’m having this loopy idea that her Daughter Chelsea is also being measured up to replace that Obama woman who will later replace Hillary when her 8 year tour of office ends!

      This is how corrupt I believe the Family Clinton is!

      Elliot Ness wouldn’t even attempt to prosecute the Clintons let alone some poor FBI guy who only wants to see justice done!


  2. quisquose says:

    Not only have the BBC been parroting Senator Reid’s claim that the FBI may have broken the law, they have also acknowledged his unevidenced claim that the FBI have dirt on Trump that they are withholding.

    I don’t care that many people that work for the BBC might have a visceral disregard for Trump, if I’m honest I share that emotion. What I do care about is that an organisation which we are forced to pay for, and promises us is impartial, clearly is not. As far as us in the UK are concerned, this is a bigger scandal than any emails Clinton has hidden or women Trump has touched.


    • vesnadog says:

      And there’s the rub!

      No matter what turns up in those e-mails our beloved BBC, will bombard our TV screens with falsities, lies, sniggering (we see this a lot), talking-over every Republican guest who attempts to give his/Trumps version of any story! Saw this on the BBC news a few times yesterday!

      The BBC elites who do these frequent slip of the microphone ploys should be investigated themselves in case they have any personal reason why they think we the viewers don’t notice these underhanded tricks!


  3. carterdaniel says:

    How can the FBI break the law?


    Clinton has broken the law and it is probably an indictable offence.

    The Democrats and of course the BBC really do treat people with appalling disrespect.

    Trouble is most people realize that


    • NCBBC says:

      John Comey of the FBI has not done anything wrong.

      1. It was not his job to declare that the probe into H Clinton was closed. That was the job of the Attorney General, Loretta Lynch. She of course compromised herself by a clandestine meeting with Bill Clinton, a few days prior. As a consequence it was she who ordered John Comey to close the case.

      2. What is John Comey to do, when from a unrelated investigation, out pop the Clinton email scandal. He cant go to his boss, the Attorney General, as she is already comproomised. He cant go to Pres Obama, as he has compromised his impartiality by forcefully campaigning for H Clinton – which he should have never done, as he is still the POTUS.

      3. Should John Comey have sat on the news, and pushed it into the deep for good. What if it came out later, when some disgruntled FBI agent talked. Donald Trump would not be pleased that the presidency passed over to the Democratic VP, if H Clinton was impeached. He would most certainly demand a re-run of the election.

      4. John Comey had no alternative but to inform Congress – the only body left.

      The Clinton machine is now attacking John Comey. But really, none of this would have happened if H Clinton had secured her emails. Or deliberately destroying them, once the game was up. Or allowing some other “woman” to have access to her emails.

      The Clinton machine is now accusing Wikileaks and Russia. But the real issue is, how much do the Muslim Brotherhood know?


      • JohnW says:

        It’s astonishing. Blaming the FBI is like blaming the police for the existence of the crime they are bound to uphold. The Dems never fail to amaze, and the BBC is no better.


  4. Fire and Ice says:

    Astonishingly blatant bias. Do the BBC seriously expect the FBI not to do their job? Obviously the answer is yes!?


  5. NCBBC says:

    The visceral hatred of Trump is because he is not just Politically Correct, but is smashing the Politically Correct Fortress that Western society had been incarcerated in.

    The Left was boasting that they had won the Culture war. This they had done by shutting up any opinion that did not pay homage to the Left view of society. Any one who dared, was liable to lose his job and become persona-non-grata.

    Instance. A woman could maliciously accuse a man of rape or sexual assault, and he was as good as damned. In the unlikely event of being found innocent, he was still ruined.

    That is the consequence of losing the culture war. Young White men, really deserving and intelligent boys unable to get into Ivy league universities, because they were the wrong race or colour.

    Has anyone noticed? The women who were accusing Trump of groping them, are now silent – he has made clear he will be suing them.


    • vesnadog says:

      “[Trump] is smashing the Politically Correct Fortress that Western society had been incarcerated in”

      Agree! That’s why he can’t be bought were the Clinton family can!


  6. nofanofpoliticians says:

    Let’s not forget, there are currently two investigations in process at the moment.

    1. This email one, and
    2. The one into the Clinton Foundation and whether Hillary abused her position whilst Sec of State.

    The second one has been conveniently sidelined by most commentators and is arguably the more serious. Both could result in her being impeached in the event that she is elected.

    I don’t particularly like Trump either, but I like Clinton less. Very poor state of affairs and chronic choice for the american people, but Clinton should be in jail.

    The BBC (and Sky to be fair) are merely mimicing what the biased in media in the US are pushing out. No real journalism of their own on display.


    • Buckhurst Hillbilly says:

      nofanofpoliticians wrote, “The BBC (and Sky to be fair) are merely mimicking what the biased media in the US are pushing out. No real journalism of their own on display.”
      I think that is probably pretty much the truth of it. The beeb has become very complacent and indeed smug lately. It’s hard to see what they would have to gain by deliberately misinforming the British public about the US election campaign and their credibility will no doubt be further diminished if on Nov 9th the outcome differs wildly from their predictions. I think it likely that they simply take on trust what the US media such as CNN, the New York Times and Washington Post report, after all, they’re all of a kind in their attitudes and beliefs. It would hardly seem worth their while to them to duplicate what their US colleagues have already done.


    • vesnadog says:

      I believe the Clinton Foundation evidence on its own will destroy Both Clintons!


  7. Kaiser says:

    the so called “bbc” are suggesting that there should have been a cover up to protect their chosen one

    the so called “bbc” seems to like cover ups


    • john in cheshire says:

      Could I suggest a slight amendment to your comment? Apologies if it sounds pedantic.
      The bbc are not so called, because that’s their name.
      However, it would be accurate to refer to them as the ‘so called impartial bbc’, which they clearly are not.


      • RJ says:

        John, on the narrow point I agree with you. However, the Islamic State calls itself the Islamic State, although in arabic, yet the BBC is happy to prefix its name with “so called”. When we talk about the BBC I am happy to use its own rules on the use of English. Perhaps we can both agree on “so called journalists at the BBC”, or “so called journalists at the Ministry of Truth”.


        • Kaiser says:

          they no longer fulfil the criteria that got the treasonous bastards the name in the first place, in my eyes they no longer deserve it.


      • Deborahanother says:

        Are they really still the British Broadcasting Corporation ? Really ? So called seems about right.


        • NCBBC says:

          Are they really still the British Broadcasting Corporation ?

          No. Now they are The BBC – God willing. Or more politically correct – Inshallah.


        • johnnythefish says:

          To my mind – and this website is the proof! – they are the Buggering up Britain Campaign.


  8. Rob in Cheshire says:

    The notion of anyone listening to a corrupt hack like Harry Reid when it comes to ethics is of course laughable. He is another in the long line of politicians who go into “public service” poor and come out the other side multi-millionaires. Isn’t it strange how often that happens?

    With regard to this case, it is improper for the FBI to seek to influence an election. I would argue it is not improper for them to give a factual announcement about an ongoing investigation.

    It would appear now that all the emails from Hillary Clinton’s illegal private server have passed on to the computer her aide Huma Abedin used with her sex pest husband Anthony Weiner. Prima facie, therefore, we seem to be in a situation where every email the Secretary of State received between 2008 and 2012 was first held, illegally, on an insecure private server, and then transferred, illegally, to the private computer of a government employee which was accessible to her husband, a man with no security clearance, and a habit of using his computer to send pictures of his penis to ladies who were not his wife.

    The implications are surely staggering. One has to assume that every single classified email the US Secretary of State received for four years has been read by every single foreign power hostile to the United States: Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, and the rest. Every single document. Diplomatic secrets, military plans, even the emails the doomed Ambassador to Libya sent, pleading for more security at his Consulate. Were Al Quaeda just lucky when they knew when and where to find him and kill him, or had they read every dispatch he sent to Washington?

    The scale of Hillary Clinton’s dereliction of duty is simply staggering. There may never have been a security breach to rival it. This alone disqualifies her from all further public service, and must render her, Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner open to criminal charges and long prison sentences.

    Donald Trump is quite correct: this scandal is bigger than Watergate. It may be the biggest betrayal of American national security there has ever been. Hillary Clinton is totally unfit for the office of President of the United States. Anyone who votes for her is a fool.


    • NCBBC says:

      Rob in Cheshire
      Good Informative post.


    • tarien says:

      It is stagering Rob. The Bush/Clinton crooks have been engaged in a criminal partnership for more than 30 yrs. They have dominated the American government and the military-intelligence apparatus, the judicial system, the financial markets and of course the banks. The seemingly endless presence of Bush/Clinton operatives in all positions of power is by design. Too long to go into it now but if you have heard of the Iran-Contra – illiegal arms sales and so on, then you know what has been going on and how very dangerous the World is and will be if these crooks continue in power.


    • johnnythefish says:

      It would appear now that all the emails from Hillary Clinton’s illegal private server have passed on to the computer her aide Huma Abedin used with her sex pest husband Anthony Weiner.

      Rob, much as I would like this to be true (because there is such a stench of corruption about the Clintons), wasn’t the first investigation dropped because they couldn’t find anything ‘classified’ on her private server?


    • JohnW says:

      Spot on, Rob. Of course, we expect the BBC to be fully in the tank for her, but how sad to see the Telegraph headlines still giving her a fig leaf of credibility.


    • TrueToo says:

      Rob in Cheshire:

      Were Al Quaeda just lucky when they knew when and where to find him and kill him, or had they read every dispatch he sent to Washington?

      This is a vital point. It’s quite possible that the terrorists were monitoring the ambassador’s continual requests for more security and Clinton’s callous lack of a single response and therefore would have known the precise security situation at the embassy.

      And now we learn that Huma Abedin, Clinton’s most trusted and senior aide, has ties to Islamic terrorists. Was she blocking ambassador Stevens’ calls for assistance and tipping the terrorists off? Or, dare I say this, was Clinton complicit in the murder of those four Americans in Benghazi to ingratiate herself further with the Muslim world?

      That would take her way beyond arrogant, lying incompetence to pure evil.


    • vesnadog says:

      You want to know how I see things between the two hopefuls for the POTUS.(Presidency Of The United States)

      I see Clinton as being more refined, more intellectual, more interested in how things should be done!

      Were Trump is more your cowboy type! Of few words but gets things done, while others are still on the first page of the instruction manual he has already been up at the crack of dawn kicked the bad guy into the cells!

      Trump to me is much like Mr Bush was to Tony Blair! Tony Blair was your intellectual, very well read, very sophisticated orator, were Bush was more like your everyday Texan Ranger! Of Few words, but speaks by what he does not by how charming his voice is.


  9. Guest Who says:

    I’ll just leave this here too. Speaks for itself. Media again oddly poor at answering questions that don’t suit.


  10. tarien says:

    Doubt the Clinton gang will worry that much as the FBI is part of the Washington Bush/Clinton/Obahma carbal et al. The elitists will keep the Clinton ship rolling one way or another. The World is in for a very hard time unless the USA is de-railed and stopped from any more involvement in overseas projects, which as per end in disaster and Britain must keep is hands clean which at the moment are not.


  11. NCBBC says:

    One lesson for all of us. If you have multiple devices – laptop, smartphone, tablet etc, do not let the devices synch – no matter how much they want to help.Beware.


  12. TPO says:

    It comes as no surprise to me that, not content with poisoning democracy in Britain, the BBC should indulge in the same abhorrent acts in the US. Its coverage of the sheer scale of corruption surrounding the Clintons beggars belief in its non existence.
    Every day brings new revelations as to the extent of that corruption, the almost blind panic amongst Clinton staffers being revealed through WikiLeaks and now we have this, not that the BBC will ever give it any coverage.

    “Hillary’s Two Official Favors To Morocco Resulted In $28 Million For Clinton Foundation”


  13. NCBBC says:

    This US election reminds me of the titanic Greek mythological battle between good and evil. On one side is Perseus and the beautiful Andromeda, and on the other, Medusa, and the lord of the underworld, Poseidon.


  14. NCBBC says:

    Why Hillary Clinton’s campaign is collapsing


  15. Spacemonkey says:

    Hello, new here.

    Although the BBC are clearly biased in this matter, as well as many others, they are far from alone in this regard. The whole of the broadcast media in UK is pushing the same agenda. While the printed press have a fair bit of leeway regarding balance, the broadcast media do not. They must be balanced by law. I’m wondering if the same rules regarding balance apply to stories outside UK.

    With an estimated 197,000 US citizens living in UK as of 2013, that is a significant number and they all have the right to vote in the US elections. With the British MSM pushing a relentlessly pro Clinton agenda they could well be having a material effect on the outcome of the election.


    • David Vance says:

      Welcome and good point


    • Guest Who says:

      Maybe some are quite young. For these the BBC has a special channel:

      October 31

      We’ve been looking at the logistics of building a big wall

      Guessing it is not about Churchill’s renowned pastime when not otherwise engaged?


    • vesnadog says:

      Space, hi.

      I have noticed lately that certain SKY news people tend to shorten the interviews of any pro-Trump reporter/friend who seems to be winning an argument! That is beginning to annoy me!

      The only time I have ever seen the BBC news leave any live-coverage of their beloved Democrat Party Love-in, is if and when there is news about any up and coming LGBT promotion or Gay celeb kiss-in, kiss-out, or even shake-it-all-about filth. Or! How short should gay men wear their high-heels while out throwing bricks at those Law abiding Anti-PLANNED-PARENTHOOD demonstrators! ,


    • NCBBC says:

      It is quite likely that Americans on this side of the pond, are fed up with a continuous diet of anti-Americanism of the BBC, apart of course of the Anointed One.

      They are just as likely to vote against anything that is supported by the BBC.


  16. Guest Who says:

    Of course against the power of the MSM there is the internet, but it too has forces ranged…


    And of course the BBC has ‘magazine’, ‘pop-up’, ‘newsbeat’ plus that renowned bastion of editorial integrity in what gets featured, or not… ‘trending’

    Media post’s irony and self-awareness meters of course may be a tad on the frizz themselves…

    ‘conservative activists and bloggers have accused Twitter of political bias due to its decision to ban conservative provocateurs like Milo Yiannopoulos and James O’Keefe’

    Seems ‘provocateur’ can be added to the growing lexicon of ‘folk not agreeing with us’ that pervades certain news rooms. Looking at the clip of the interview between Milo and the BBC 5th column drone (see, i can do it too), I’d say the latter was the one provoking.


  17. Richard Pinder says:

    It looks like the Clintons emails may include the roll of Trevor Evans after that BBC Climate Change seminar.

    Before the seminar, Trevor Evans was Americas top State sponsored Environmental Activist working in London. Working in rolls such as the Deputy Permanent Representative of the United States of America to the International Maritime Organisation in London, and was based at the American Embassy in London.

    For some reason, Lord Hall sent an invitation to the US Embassy, and they sent Trevor Evans to “promote the adoption of policies by foreign countries which further US interests by advising BBC Staff on its official broadcast policy for Climate Change” which turned out to be a “censorship policy for climate science, scientists and scientific debate”

    Trevor Evans seems to have been promoted to the position of US Charge d’affaires in a number of European Countries.

    So the emails could reveal Lord Hall communicating with Hillary over BBC propaganda policy, which would explain BBC Policy as regards those emails.


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  19. matahari says:

    I’m afraid it’s not just the bbc that drives this incredible stance. even the telegraph supports clinton http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/31/fbi-accused-of-double-standards-by-sitting-on-evidence-of-donald/ in fact, i struggle to find any descent news coverage on this matter. they are all crooked. not just that one.


    • JohnW says:

      Yes – the Tele has been drifting ever more leftward since about ten years by my reckoning.

      I’m also getting a little tired of the anti-Trump sentiments by those who have expressed support for him against Clinton. There’s always a “but” in there.

      The US political-media establishment is so powerful and so corrupt that it needed an outsider who wasn’t going to play by their rules to even have a chance of defeating it. Among all the talk show hosts, Rush Limbaugh has been the best analyst of this phenomena in my view. He saw early on that it was Trump’s rebellious nature that has served him well. This was very much needed as the corrupt establishment has been so well embedded for so long. Every other GOP candidate would have crumbled under the political-media establishment onslaught. We saw that last time with Romney who failed to drive home his advantage after the second debate. Fact, is we needed a loud and brash character to be the battering ram against the evils of the left. We needed the rough and ready personality of a Donald Trump to fight back against all these these forces. Polite and respectful simply would not have cut it.


      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        The decline of the Daily Telegraph is indeed very sad. When they stopped accepting comments online it was clear that they no longer wanted to listen to their readers, who had regularly expressed their disgust at the soft left, social democratic tenor of the paper.

        Good work from the Today programme this morning, they managed to find a “Republican” who had served George W Bush, who thought the FBI were wrong, and who would be supporting Hillary Clinton for President.

        That would be a “Republican” who supported Jeb Bush, no doubt, another establishment RINO, who spent over $100 million on his campaign, and was swatted away with ease by Trump. I wonder why a man like that would be supporting Hillary Clinton? I really can’t imagine.

        The Zeitgeist was against the Republicans in 2008 and 2012. Obama would probably have beaten a good candidate, which he did not have to face. But that is no reason why a tired, sick, corrupt old political hack like Hillary Clinton should expect to walk into the White House. She needed to be attacked vigorously by someone who actually believed what he said, not some focus group obsessed inside-the-beltway RINO squish.

        In this election, it is Trump who has captured the Zeitgeist: stop illegal immigration, send illegal immigrants back, stop muslim immigration, protect American workers, put America first. These are all policies which captured the hearts and minds of voters, and none of them would have passed the carefully selected focus groups which the RINO pygmies would have used.

        I believe Trump will win, despite the efforts of the RINOs and the establishment. He is leading a popular revolt against the smug elite, and they do not like it one bit. Good!


        • TrueToo says:

          Rob in Cheshire:

          I believe Trump will win, despite the efforts of the RINOs and the establishment.

          How I hope you are right. The Democrats, along with the Republican establishment, might well have facilitated the entry of enough illegals to ensure a victory for the Democrats, especially since, incredibly, people are allowed to vote without showing ID.

          Who and what was behind George Bush when he stated, “Family values don’t stop at the Rio Grande?” Big business after cheap labour, no doubt. (I think Bush is a genuine guy but he is not too bright. I recall that he stood on the deck of that aircraft carrier three weeks into the Iraq war and declared it won.)

          Then again, it’s possible that many of the illegals have become established enough to opt to resist the inflow of more competition and would therefore vote for Trump.

          Whatever the case, good luck, America!


  20. vesnadog says:

    Anybody else notice how worried Hillary looked on her rant at Trump last night?!

    I’ve never noticed her being so rattled and red-eyed!?