PJMedia Asks: Does the Obama Scandal Machine Now Have Its Own Amateurish Break-In?

Guest Post by Mara Zebest

GatewayPundit recently reported on a Dallas law firm representing the State Department whistleblower’s who caught a break-in on camera of theives that stole information (computers and filing cabinet files) from the law firm offices, while leaving valuables behind.

In addition to the recent Gateway report which included information from a local Fox affiliate KDFW and Foreign PolicyPJMedia has this interesting observation to add:

The State Department’s paid spinner, Jen Psaki, has issued this interesting denial.

“Any allegation that the Department of State authorized someone to break into Mr. Schulman’s law firm is false and baseless,” spokeswoman Jen Psaki said.

What if the State Department authorized someone to authorize someone to “find out what Fedensin’s lawyers know”?

Fedensin’s allegations touch former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton more directly than anyone else currently in the Obama administration. Clinton was SecState when the eight investigations that Fedensin alleges were scuttled by senior department members, were scuttled. The scandals even touch Clinton’s own security detail as well as her long-time fixer, Cheryl Mills.

Exit question: Where’s Sandy Berger these days?

Read more here.

It should also be noted that Jen Psaki who issued the denial is not exactly the paragon of truth (which seems to be the case for everyone associated with the Obama Administration). Jen Psaki is the same State Department Administration official who issued a denial that Kerry was on his boat during the Egyptian crisis (and then later forced to reverse the denial when CBS had the photo to prove otherwise).

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