This could be the end of Hillary 2016. Two whistleblowers met behind closed doors with the Oversight Committee staffers and the lead general counsel for the committee. The revelations are nothing short of explosive. One of the whistleblowers (WB) is already well known, Richard Higbie, but the second one, who is still unnamed has evidence of possible crimes by Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton and a cover up of those crimes by former Acting Inspector General of the State Department, Harold Geisel, who had previously been accused of playing politics in his position as watchdog for the State Department.
The meeting that occurred on May 1st, lasted three hours. The Daily Caller was allowed to read the notes from that meeting with the understanding that they would not reveal the name of the second WB. It was their testimony about an inspector turned WB , who was investigating Huma Abedin’s work with Taneo, a company founded by a former Bill Clinton staffer, Doug Band. Taneo bills itself as a company who can put companies together with federal officials, which is a very serious conflict of interest for Abedin. It was during this investigation that the inspector found out Hillary was using a private server for her emails.
The inspector found out that Abedin and Clinton used the private email server to hide what they were doing. That made it possible to find evidence that implicated Hillary in possible crimes. The State Department still refuses to explain how Abedin could have possibly gotten an exemption that would allow her to work for Taneo.
Now, here’s the problem Hillary has. The inspector managed to keep his notes and recordings made during the investigation, which he says shows that Hillary was “criminally culpable” in the actions and possibly in the cover up. According to the notes, the inspector had told WB Higbie that what has come out about Hillary’s private email and server is not the whole story and “only half of the hard truth was out.”
The second whistleblower is still at the State Department and had to withhold much of what he knows because of the nondisclosure agreement he was forced to sign. However, he has readily agreed to testify under oath to the committee if they subpoena him, which allows him to break the nondisclosure agreement without penalty. This will create problems for Hillary, Abedin and the former acting IG but also will be a giant headache for the State Department that has been dragging it’s feet and trying to scuttle the investigation.
Courtesy of Red Statements.