The Verdict Is In: FBI Makes Announcement About Hillary Investigation

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The election is now less than two days away, and FBI Director James Comey came out and made a bombshell announcement about the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. More specifically, whether she broke laws by using a private email server to send and receive classified information while she was Secretary of State.

Just last week, Comey had announced the reopening of the case into Clinton’s email use after finding 650,000 emails on disgraced Anthony Weiner’s laptop. Weiner shared the laptop with Clinton’s closest aide, Huma Abedin.

Comey said that based on a review of the emails, the FBI has not changed its position from July.  Or, in other words, Clinton is innocent.

His sudden announcement, just 36 hours before the election raises several concerning questions:

  1. How did Comey and his team have time to thoroughly review 650,000 emails?
  2. Earlier, the DOJ said that the FBI was not supposed to make any announcements about investigations this close to elections. So why did Comey make this announcement just two days before voting?

The announcement is very fishy, and suggests that Loretta Lynch, the head of Obama’s Department of Justice (DOJ), likely got to Comey. Lynch is very palsy with both Obama as well as the Clintons. She has made no effort to hide the fact that she will do anything to protect Hillary Clinton, even if it means obstructing justice.

Obama’s DOJ has become 100 percent politicized. Lynch was caught having a secret meeting with Bill Clinton several months ago, right before Comey declared her innocent, and there were never repercussions for that.

This country is becoming a banana republic, where the most powerful people in government are all buddies and protect each other. The will of the American people has been ignored.

At this point, it seems like the only way to hold Hillary Clinton accountable is to election Donald Trump into office.

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