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Did The Department Of Justice Protect Brenda Snipes From Prosecution For Ballot Destruction?

.@Tim_Canova told @DisobedientNews:

“I was recently informed by election officials in Florida that it’s the Deputy AG, Rod Rosenstein, who would have been the DOJ official making the decision not to move forward with a criminal investigation in our ballot destruction case."
Tim continued: "I also believe that Steve Wasserman, an Assistant US Attorney at the DOJ headquarters in Washington, DC, may well have been involved in the decision, particularly since Wasserman spoke out publicly against prosecuting #Awan in the days before Awan’s sentencing.”
Canova added:

“Last May, the acting US Attorney for South Florida, Ben Greenberg, was about to open a criminal investigation into #Snipes’s destruction of our ballots when he flew to DC for a week of meetings at DOJ. When he returned, the investigation was off.”
So, who benefits from protecting Snipes? The most obvious answer is #DebbieWassermanSchultz, the alleged beneficiary of Snipes’s illegal ballot destruction.
Similarly, one wonders what connection such a decision re: Snipes may have had with the DOJ’s refusal to prosecute the #Awanscandal, a move from which Debbie Wasserman-Schultz also directly benefited.
Who, then, benefits from shielding Debbie Wasserman-Schultz from the blowback of multiple national scandals? What would induce the DOJ to prop up such an embarrassment?
In addition to #DebbieWassermanSchultz’s involvement in the #Awanscandal, the Awan brother’s legal counsel had a direct connection with Bill and #HillaryClinton.
The @DailyCaller wrote:

"Chris Gowen, Awan’s lawyer, is a long-time campaigner for former President #BillClinton and former Secretary of State #HillaryClinton… He left the Public Defender’s office to work for former [Bill] Clinton and [HRC]."

In light of the #AwanScandal and the latest allegations regarding Rosenstein's protection of Snipes, the overall image painted of the Department of Justice is one of a federal agency that functions in a manner far more akin to organized crime than to a governmental body.
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