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The only remaining FBI counterintelligence official at the center of all spygate and Clinton investigation issues is departing.

The enigma man, E.W. “Bill” Piestap is retiring from the FBI. Bill Priestap is the FBI Asst. Director in charge of all counterintelligence operations. Priestap was FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s boss; he was also at the epicenter of the story surrounding every action taken by the FBI in the Clinton investigation and the Trump campaign investigation.

Bill Priestap was copied on every email of consequence including the writing of the Clinton exoneration talking points delivered by FBI Director James Comey. Priestap was the central figure on the FBI side of both Clinton and Trump operations. “Bill” is mentioned in hundreds of text messages sent by Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

In short, Bill Priestap was everywhere – except where you would most likely expect to find him, in media discussion. The timing seems curious though the Wall Street Journal goes to great lengths to describe the timing as a mere happenstance due to his 20-year service anniversary and the opportunity to retire with full benefits:

WASHINGTON—A top FBI official who helped oversee two politically sensitive investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign is retiring from government service.

Bill Priestap, who currently serves as assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s counterintelligence division, will leave his post by the end of the year. Mr. Priestap, a 20-year veteran of the bureau, worked on organized crime and drug cases in Chicago before rising through the national security ranks of the agency after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Mr. Priestap’s retirement is unrelated to the controversies over the handling of the 2016 investigations, according to a person familiar with the matter. He “became eligible to retire and has chosen to do so after 20 years of service,” the FBI said in a statement.

The federal government allows some employees, including FBI agents, to retire with full benefits if they are 50 or older and have at least two decades of service.

During the 2016 campaign, Mr. Priestap was one of several officials at the center of two politically volatile probes: the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information, and a counterintelligence inquiry into whether associates of then-candidate Donald Trump colluded with the Russian government.

After Mr. Priestap’s departure, none of the high-ranking bureau officials involved in the two investigations will remain with the bureau. FBI director James Comeywas fired by President Trump last year, and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was later dismissed by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his contacts with the media, days before he was eligible to retire with benefits.

Peter Strzok, the chief of the counterespionage section, left the FBI this year after it emerged that he had sent disparaging text messages about Mr. Trump.

Top bureau officials, especially those with national security experience, are in high demand in private-sector fields like cybersecurity, defense contracting and private intelligence. Mr. Priestap’s future plans aren’t known.
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+Zongoloid Mongoloid sayeth: "I love the smell of socialism in the morning"
Well played sir... Well played.
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A shout out to all of the #Q supporting #MAGA Deplorables out there. +RT gets it. Kind of interesting that their motto has been [Q] estion More for years, and +RT America has a show called In Question. Maybe this Russian collusion has been going on longer than we thought :)
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What Zongoloid Mongoloid said.
I've just realised why this platform is pretty nearly dead. There was something tugging at the back of my mind and now I know what it is. I've seen this before on at least two other shitty little sites. One in particular was the Much Music site back in the 90s. Everyone left because of two groups that showed up and started pushing political and religious agenda and not just pushing, but mud flinging. Bad news is, it wasn't mud. It was shit and those flinging it were ugly, screaming little monkeys of left and right wing. So there you have it. Seen this shit before and the same end result, so I have advice for the owners of this shitslide you call social media. You want to have a fun site with less drama and people leaving? Kill the politics and religion, turn all the pedo groups in to policing and may the force be with you. #GooglePlus #GoogleMinus
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Chicken liberals let a few people who agree with them post a comment, and then they disable comments. What are they afraid of?

I gotta join this community. This could be fun. The memes! The memes! :)
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This will make a good "last post" for Google+. Fitting that as we win, they (Google, FB, Twitter etc) lose.
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Our private Google+ photos and data? Are you f'ing kidding me? #RIPGoogle #RIPYouTube (oh, and y'all can f' off too)
The incident, which exposed users’ names, email addresses, birthdays, genders, general locations, occupations, relationship statuses, and photos, was reportedly caused by a “software glitch” in Google+ which “gave outside developers potential access to private Google+ profile data between 2015 and March 2018, when internal investigators discovered and fixed the issue.”

Arrogant pricks. We OWN you now. How much you want to bet those "outside developers" included Obama, Hillary, and the DNC? I imagine the class action damages alone will bankrupt the company, much less the damage to your so called "reputation".
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Looks like Flake and another republican holdout are going to vote yes. Hell, it could even be a democrat seeings how there are 49 democrats in the Senate, but only 47 of them will vote no. #Feinstein maybe? #Q #QAnon #MAGA
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.320 📁 Oct 2 2018 14:31:13 (EST)
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Dustin Nemos covers Mike Adams' report about the preparations being made for the take down of the Deep State. This is old news to most #Q followers, but Mike adds the point that we are already under Obama's martial law in many areas like censorship and banking.
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"why would you hire a lawyer and take a polygraph back in August if you didn't plan on coming forward?"
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