June 11, 2017
by Lisa Phillips
Jason Chaffetz is a US Congressman from Utah representing the 3rd District, first elected in 2008. He is a member of the Republican Party. He also serves as the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman. Congressman Chaffetz has continued to push for the “Comey memo” and all documents, notes, and recordings of then FBI Director James Comey’s February 14, 2017 meeting with President Donald Trump, as well as all documents relating to the Clinton email scandal.
Going back to Comey’s testimony of November 16, 2016 regarding the Clinton email server and Bryan Pagliano, Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, and Emmet G. Sullivan:
Jason Chaffetz Roasts A Nervous James Comey For Protecting Hillary Clinton
Video Courtesy of Amicus Humani Generis YouTube Channel
Notes about the above video:
In 2008, before Hillary Clinton became Secretary of State, Justin Cooper, a longtime aide to Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, managed the system. Cooper had no security clearance or expertise in computer security. Later, Bryan Pagliano, the former IT director for Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, was hired to maintain their private email server while Clinton was Secretary of State. Pagliano had invoked the Fifth Amendment during congressional questioning about Clinton’s server. In early 2016, he was granted immunity by the Department of Justice in exchange for cooperation with prosecutors. A Clinton spokesman said her campaign was “pleased” Pagliano was now cooperating with prosecutors. As of May 2016, the State Department remained unable to locate most of Pagliano’s work-related emails from the period when he was employed by that department under Secretary Clinton. Pagliano was seen on reddit asking advice on how to delete emails.
Cheryl Mills served as the Counselor and Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton beginning in January 2009. In her capacity as Counselor, she was a principal officer who served the Secretary as a special adviser on major foreign policy challenges. In summer 2016, CNN reported on another ethical question pertaining to Mills’ relationship with the Clinton Foundation during her tenure at the State Department.
Huma Abedin is a longtime aide to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, having worked for her when Clinton was first lady, a senator and Secretary of State. Abedin has served as Vice Chair of the Clinton campaign. She is divorcing former representative Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), who resigned in disgrace over sex-tinged social media posts, and accepted a guilty plea on May 19, 2017 for sexting a 15-year old girl. Abedin, who has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, is at the center of a renewed FBI email investigation of Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State.
In 2015 Judge Emmet G. Sullivan presided over a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit involving the matter of Hillary Clinton’s private email use while she was Secretary of State.
After repeated attempts by Congressman Chaffetz to obtain the documents from the FBI, the FBI sent him this letter on May 25, 2017.
Once again, Congressman Chaffetz fought back on the same day and sent this letter to to Acting Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe requesting all memos, documents, notes, and phone recordings from fired FBI Director James Comey’s meeting with President Donald Trump. Anyone reading this article is probably aware by now that James Comey is a liar and is covering up numerous crimes, including his own.
Another battle being fought by Congressman Chaffetz is with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The following video shows how corrupt the Federal Government Deep State is, with four people committing suicide due to harassment by an out-of-control rogue BLM, the same agents responsible for the Bundy case.
Josh Tolley and Christopher Kortlander, Director of the Custer Battlefield Museum in Garryowen, Montana, discuss details of Chris’ own experiences with BLM harassment and the legislation initiated by Congressman Chaffetz to end the power of the BLM.
Video Courtesy of JoshTolley YouTube Channel
H.R.622 – Local Enforcement for Local Lands Act
Introduced in House (01/24/2017)
Local Enforcement for Local Lands Act
This bill declares that, by September 30, 2017, the Department of Agriculture (USDA) shall terminate the Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations unit and cease using Forest Service employees to perform law enforcement functions on federal lands.
Also by such date, the Department of the Interior shall terminate the Bureau of Land Management Office of Law Enforcement and cease using Interior employees to perform law enforcement functions on federal lands.
Interior shall make a grant to each state to permit the state to maintain law and order on federal land, protect individuals and property on federal lands, and enforce federal law.
Any state or local government receiving the grant or subgrant shall enter into an agreement with Interior or USDA, as appropriate, to address the maintenance of law and order and the protection of individuals and property on federal land.
In any such agreement, Interior or USDA must waive all civil claims against the state or local government and indemnify that government and save it harmless from all claims by third parties for property damage or personal injury that may arise out of law enforcement functions performed under the agreement.
A state or local law enforcement officer performing law enforcement functions pursuant to such an agreement shall not generally be deemed a federal employee with respect to hours of work, compensation rates, leave, unemployment compensation, and federal benefits, among other things.
Read more of H.R. 622 H.R.622 – Local Enforcement for Local Lands Act115th Congress (2017-2018)
May 18, 2017 Jason Chaffetz Weeps as he lays out Reasons for leaving Washington DC.
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