Just In: Trump Hits Huma Abedin With Massive Sentence

Hillary Clinton and her sidekick Huma Abedin thought they were finally out of the woods when it came to the many corrupt crimes they had committed. This week, however, President Donald Trump let them know that they are not off the hook yet.

Freedom Daily reported that leaked intelligence reports have revealed that Trump is preparing Guantanamo Bay for a large number of “VIP American detainees to the facility,” in preparation for their hearings before a US Military Tribunal. What Abedin was seen wearing on her ankle last night has many thinking that Trump is about to lock her up.

While scurrying to Clinton’s Manhattan apartment last night, Abedin was spotted wearing what looks like an ankle bracelet under her pant leg.

This came just days after Trump called out Abedin on Twitter.

“Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregarding basic security protocols. She put Classified Passwords into the hands of foreign agents. Remember sailors pictures on submarine? Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others,” Trump wrote.

Hundreds of U.S. Army military police have already been deployed to Guantanamo to oversee the process of getting it ready for the “VIP detainees.” Over the past few months, many strange things have been going on at Guantanamo over the past few months. These “strange things” include Secretary of Defense Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis’s unprecedented visit there earlier this year.

Furthermore, the Department of Defense said in a report that while conducting training missions in Cuba, they picked up n unusually large number of encrypted communications emanating between the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba) and Luke Air Force Base (Arizona). At the time, Attorney General Jeff Sessions was at Luke Air Force Base to “hold/conduct” meetings with various commanders of the Arizona Army National Guard (AZ ARNG). The largest of these meetings was with the 850th Military Police Battalion, which numbers nearly 800 highly trained and specialized US Army Military Police forces.


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