Utter Bulls**t: FBI Wants you to Believe It Examined 650,000 Emails in 691,000 Seconds

Free Thought Project – by Claire Bernish

In no surprise to anyone paying even marginal attention, the FBI’s clearing Hillary Clinton of wrongdoing in its briefly reopened investigation — however, the time the agency took to reach this conclusion is not only bereft of logic and reason, it constitutes the most hubristic of insults to the public’s intelligence.

In just 691,000 seconds from announcement to conclusion, FBI Director James Comey wants you to believe agents thoroughly examined over 650,000 emails newly ‘discovered’ on Anthony Weiner’s computer — including any threads resulting, as well as all attachments — before deciding Clinton innocent of wrongdoing.  

We, the people of this planet, are just not that stupid — nor are we even mildly amused by this farcical bullshit passed off as a credible investigation.


Indeed, the lightning pace of this putative second investigation not only boggles the mind, it forces uneasy questions concerning the true motivation and apparent exceeding necessity to ensure Hillary Clinton walks away scot-free amid rapidly mushrooming evidence of flagrant corruption and mendacious collusion.

Just a cursory comparison of two investigations shows such marked differences it would be impossible not to question legitimacy of the FBI’s findings.

In the summer of 2015, the FBI commenced its first probe into the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server during her tenure in office, after John Giacalone — then Director of the National Security Branch — met with Comey to voice concerns emanating from the Intelligence community about classified information possibly handled carelessly.

For nearly a full year — 365 days, or 31,536,000 seconds — a sizable task force of FBI agents pored over an enormous cache, first comprised of 30,000 emails, but later totaling 44,900 after additional documents not originally handed over by the Clinton camp to the State Department were discovered.

This means — rounding off the rough estimate of one year — the bureau combed an average of just over 123 documents every day.

While that might seem to be manageable with a slew of investigators on the job, a basic comparison of the two probes proves the literal inanity of the reopened investigation.

Later in the day on October 28, Comey announced the commencement of the secondary probe — albeit to the consternation of current and former officials who felt his telling Congress broke a number of investigatory guidelines, including possibly influencing the outcome of the presidential race.

According to Comey, an additional 650,000 documents located on the computer of Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s now-disgraced and estranged husband Anthony Weiner deserved careful scrutiny for pertinence and relevance to the original investigation of the Democratic nominee.

Public and official speculation predicted a months- or years-long investigation, even with substantial manpower dedicated to the task.

But on Sunday, November 6, in yet another shocker of an announcement from the FBI director, Comey inexplicably declared nothing of relevance to the Clinton investigation — “no new conclusions” — had been revealed in its secondary probe.

This means — again rounding for brevity to eight days the total length of the investigation — FBI agents inspected some 81,250 documents each day.

Granted, both estimates have been averaged and roughened, but only for comparison’s sake — and that contrast doesn’t survive the scantiest litmus test of believability.

Not at all.

Before the nay-sayers jump in with a there’s no comparison deflection, consider the following points.

Although an algorithm or program combing those documents might indeed retrieve subjects of interest to investigators — keywords, germane subjects, accordant people’s names, and the like — in no way would such technological gatekeepers reveal subtle nuance as has been displayed in emails published by Wikileaks from Hillary Clinton, campaign chair John Podesta, and the Democratic National Committee.

Such fine gradations of meaning, naturally found in the English language but also purposefully employed to throw off investigators and interlopers, could not possibly be revealed by artificial means — at least not that quickly and particularly not with currently-available technologies.

Still not convinced?

Consider that if such technology did indeed exist to that discerning level of scrutiny in our heightened and overarching surveillance and police states, no criminal would ever roam free.

Law enforcement departments and the National Security Agency together have amassed astonishingly voluminous data sets on every person in this country, including through emails and online activities. A technology advanced enough to comb for subtleties in language would hone in on criminal behavior and activity with incredible frequency.

And while NSA programs have been revealed to hunt for keywords, there are limits to its effectiveness — no terrorist plot has yet been halted in progress because the intelligence to discover it hasn’t yet solidified to that point.

Technology experts immediately weighed in claiming such technology does indeed exist, is frequently employed, and can do the job perfectly in a mere eight days — no worries.

But, as Wikileaks rebutted in a number of tweets, it isn’t quite so simple.

Emails between Clinton, her campaign staff, the DNC, and other insiders have proven to be a literal trove of revealing details — including Hillary’s use of the name of aide Huma Abedin as a deflection, and President Obama’s use of a pseudonym to communicate on the private server in an attempt to thwart future investigators.

Programs and algorithms would have to be fed such information, but not all of those pseudonyms were known — and that represents only one such complication.

Even working around the clock, as Comey alleged the FBI did in its second probe, 82,000 documents daily isn’t even worth comparing to the 123 averaged each day in the initial investigation.

So, what are we to believe about the clearing of Hillary Clinton for a second time?

That’s up to you — to each of us — to draw a conclusion.

But to characterize that second investigation as anything other than a charade to placate an irate public would be criminal willful denial of conspicuous evidence — criminal willful denial that the utter bullshit the FBI just brazenly served the American people doesn’t somehow stink.
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9 thoughts on “Utter Bulls**t: FBI Wants you to Believe It Examined 650,000 Emails in 691,000 Seconds

  1. “We looked at it and there’s nothing here.” Hillary’s completely innocent! Now America, shut up and eat your sh*t sandwich!”, said FBI Director James Comey (Commie).

    Hillary appears to be untouchable. She could be observed molesting children, strangling nuns, torture, and be given a “Get Out of Jail Free” card by the FBI. Is there nothing this woman could do that the biased media and FBI wouldn’t give her a pass on? I’m sick of it.

    1. They had the best speed readers in the country on it. 🙄

      Just in… Snowden says the FBI has the capability to do that.

  2. No biggie. I haven’t believed a word that the FBI says since Ruby Ridge. I know in my heart of hearts that they are low-life scum and NOTHING they can do will change that. They are an evil entity and I encourage everyone to not cooperate with them. No conversations with them at all. I see no sense at all in supporting domestic terrorists. If you think there might be a few good ones, go wash your mouth out with FELS Naptha soap.

  3. “We, the people of this planet, are just not that stupid…”


    Insofar as those who are awake, that is.

    As for the sheeple, it’s HIGHLY debatable.

  4. First, I appreciate the specificity of the words this writer used. Words are truly powerful when properly used and applied. Hilary and all those of her ilk are hypocrites. They speak with forked tongues. It has been stated that the love of money is the ROOT of all evil. But, ‘money’ isn’t necessarily FRN’s. It can be the gift of a car, house, immunity from prosecution, bonds, etc. Or your own personally owned little boy or girl as your property! The love of money formerly mentioned, describes all those involved in murder, lies, fraud, pedophilia and on and on. All public officials have to take an oath to defend the Constitution before they are given the job. This oath isn’t ambiguous at all. So, whoever violates their oath is guilty of treason! Period. The Penalty for Treason is death and rightly so. Period. I always recoil when I hear anyone spout that we are a Democracy and that the supposed/alleged criminals are anti-democratic. This is word wizardry to confuse the public. Obviously, the criminal cabal of which the Clintons, Obama, Home land Security (that’s become a joke) and all of the other alphabet agencies are a part of the same lie and deception, are not the ones pulling their puppet strings. They do their jobs and make their speeches for filthy lucre.
    But, for me, I can’t and won’t give in to this character of evil. It is my enemy and threatens my life and the lives of my children, grandchildren and all the rest of us. I can’t and won’t be bought off. Neither for fear of loosing my life or for reward to betray myself, my family, or others will I ever even consider any other option than to do what is right and just.

  5. If you’re afraid of getting a rotten apple, don’t go to the barrel. Get it off the tree.
    — Malone (The Untouchables, 1987)

  6. Today is election day. The American people are in a quandary. If they vote Hillary in, the constitution is dead. If they vote for Trump, the spineless Republicans will not vote in legislation to clean up the mess. Wide awake patriots know a civil war is coming and it will be the end of everything. The future is going to be one mean son-of-a-bitch.

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