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DOJ’s Peter Kadzik, In Charge Of Reopened Email Case, Is A MOLE!

The new #PodestaEmails are up, and it looks like Peter Kadzik, good buddy of John Podesta, and the guy in charge of the DOJ investigation into the re-opened Clinton emailswho sent his son to work for Hillary’s campaign, and Kept Podesta out of Jail during the Lewinsky Scandal, IS A MOLE! He was passing ol’ John information pertaining to the State Department’s investigation of Hillary’s emails. Good friends are hard to find, right?

Moley moley moley moley moley



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Updated! Peter Kadzik – Asst. AG In DOJ Weiner Case, Is Old Georgetown Pal of John Podesta

It has come to light through the #PodestaEmails that the assistant Attorney General of the Department of Justice, Peter Kadzik, who wrote today’s letter to congress from the DOJ informing them of their intent to fully investigate the Anthony Weiner case, just happens to be old Georgetown pals with John Podesta. Oh, and Kadzik was also one of the attorneys for Marc Rich, international arms dealing fugitive that Bill Clinton pardoned on his last day in office.

UPDATED BELOW WITH INTIMATE LETTER FROM KADZIK TO PODESTA: Willing to take on “whatever position needs to be filled” for “Hilary”

On Kadzik’s DOJ profile page, you will see he has had quite the illustrious career since receiving his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.



And what do we have here? A Georgetown Law student, emailing Professor Podesta about the “possibility” of even the “smallest amount” of time to meet with Kadzik. (source)



As the Daily Caller reports, John Podesta had dinner with his old Georgetown buddy Peter K. and an intimate group of friends the day after Hillary Clinton testified in the Benghazi hearings, raising questions about the relationship between the Clinton machine and the DOJ:


Maybe Podesta was just trying to pay Kadzik back with a meal for keeping him out of jail during the Lewinsky scandal?




I’ll leave you to your own conclusions, but I’m sure the DOJ investigation will be of the utmost integrity.




(Source: Wikileaks)


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