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The Justice Department, as former Deputy Attorneys General Jamie Gorelick and Larry Thompson explain in the Washington Post, operates “under long-standing and well-established traditions limiting disclosure of ongoing investigations to the public and even to Congress, especially in a way that might be seen as influencing an election.”

Both WaPo and Think Progress give the game away when they quote Jamie Gorelick, a notoriously corrupt Clinton apparatchik who was at the center of both 9/11 and the Subprime Meltdown, in support of their position.

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