FBI Spy-Gate Attorney Receives Community Service for Falsifying Evidence

A federal judge on Jan. 29 sentenced former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith to 12 months probation for forging an email that resulted in one of several major errors in the applications to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

The entire game is rigged.

DOJ is trying to throw a troll in prison for 10 years because of a meme from 2016.

Meanwhile, a corrupt FBI attorney gets probation for defrauding a federal court in order to spy on his enemies.

The rule of law is dead.


Originally tweeted by Sean Davis (@seanmdav) on January 29, 2021.

3 thoughts on “FBI Spy-Gate Attorney Receives Community Service for Falsifying Evidence”

  1. I would love to know what specific community service he is given?

    Thank you always for picking just the right background music 🤡 🎶.


  2. Pivotal evidence of CIA, DOJ, FBI criminal misconduct in the Crossfire Hurricane treason resulting in $40 million Mueller cover-up and three years of government gridlock and manufactured partisan hatred. Pray that the alliance is secretly moving forward, and that this traitor gets charged with his so far un-indicted crimes.


  3. What a mess! So, many tentacles to all the govts’ agendas of marking out one’s own territory by first aligning with, and later backstabbing the supposed powerful ones, and on and on continues the deceit, ambition at all costs, no ethics, no principles. The shear volume/weight of this fecal material must be very close to cascading downward into a great abyss of destruction. So someone might think. Thank you, Nancy, for this (probably the tip of the iceberg) “Headlines”.


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