Many of you remember when then-FBI Director James Comey hosted a press conference regarding Hillary Clinton’s email investigation.
Like many Americans, you were probably shocked to hear what Comey said. At the time, he claimed that—although Clinton broke the law—he was not recommending charges.
Later, right before the election, Comey reopened the case—citing new emails obtained from Anthony Weiner’s laptop. Once again, after a short period of time, he closed the case.
Now we are discovering what really happened after Comey got his hands on that laptop. And it’s not pretty.
From The Right Scoop:
It turns out that Comey lied in 2016 about a full review of all the emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop as he finally closed the Hillary email scandal for good…
At the time, many wondered how investigators managed over the course of one week to read the “hundreds of thousands” of emails residing on the machine, which had been a focus of a sex-crimes investigation of Weiner, a former Congressman…
Only 3,077 of the 694,000 emails were directly reviewed for classified or incriminating information. Three FBI officials completed that work in a single 12-hour spurt the day before Comey again cleared Clinton of criminal charges.
That’s pretty pathetic. Anthony Weiner—husband of Huma Abedin, Hillary’s aid—no doubt had plenty of evidence to implicate Clinton. Yet Comey quickly closed the investigation only after reviewing less than one-half of all the emails.
Seems pretty obvious what was going on. Comey was forced to reopen the case, once the FBI discovered Weiner’s emails.
But Comey—an insider hack for Obama and the Democrats—wasn’t interested in investigating Hillary. He wanted to end this as quickly as possible.
So, even though it appeared like he was looking into all those emails, he in fact, did nothing. Comey spoke to Congress, claiming “the wizardry of technology” made it easy for the FBI to scan those emails.
That was a lie. Comey refused to investigate to protect Clinton.
Now that we know this, will the case be reopened again? Will the American people finally get the justice we demand?
Perhaps. Maybe if we demand it from our leaders, they will actually listen.
Source: The Right Scoop