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James Comey clearing Hillary Clinton before election was a TACTIC to give her a weekend boost

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(NaturalNews) The political soap opera that is the entire career of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took a new turn Friday, as the FBI announced that it is now looking into whether or not the perverted husband of one of Clinton's closest aides mishandled classified information.

As The Washington Post reported, agents discovered new emails on a computer that was initially seized during an investigation of disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., and that prompted the FBI to open new lines of inquiry related to Clinton's private email server.

But for some strange reason, the new "investigation" didn't last long, though it sure sounds like it should have.

In a letter to congressional leaders several days ago, FBI Director James Comey said that his agency would take "appropriate investigative steps" to find out whether the newly discovered emails contain any classified information, as well as make an assessment of their importance in the overall Clinton investigation.

The Post said that the emails were discovered on a computer that had been used jointly by Weiner and his wife, Clinton aide Huma Abedin. Federal authorities have been scrutinizing Weiner's alleged sexually suggestive online messages to a 15-year-old girl – a link that was reported initially by The New York Times.

Is the Clinton Foundation under probe as well?

With Comey's announcement to congressional leaders it appeared as though the FBI investigation into Clinton's email server, which was previously halted in July without any recommendation of charges, had been re-launched.

In his brief letter, according to the Post, Comey said that his agency, while investigating an "unrelated case," had recently "learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the Clinton investigation."

It wasn't clear what the "unrelated case" was, though some have speculated that the FBI might have been looking into the Clinton Foundation and it's so-called 'pay-for-play' sale of access to former President Bill Clinton and his wife when she was secretary of state.

"Mr. Comey said that the FBI was taking steps to 'determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation,'" the Post further noted. He said he did not know how long it would take to review the emails, or whether the new information was significant.

The fact that Comey even notified congressional leaders of the investigation is significant, because the agency does not normally contact Congress when it launches investigations. It's likely that the nature of the case – the fact that it has potential ties to a presidential nominee – is the reason why the FBI director reached out to key lawmakers.

Big bomb just a couple weeks out from the election

Remember, too, that Comey took the rare step of announcing in July that his office would not be recommending charges against Clinton, which he later told a congressional committee he did because of the highly unorthodox nature of the investigation.

But it all turned out to be for nothing.

Just days later, Comey sent another letter to Congress informing leaders that, in record time, his agents had managed to pour through 650,000 emails, only to determine, again, that his prior decision not to recommend Clinton be indicted for obvious violations of the Espionage Act, would stand.

Clinton got away with it ... again.

GOP nominee Donald J. Trump, who has remained close to Clinton in the polls, seized on the FBI's announcement during a rally in New Hampshire. "Hillary Clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before," he said to chants of, "Lock her up!"

"We must not let her take her criminal scheme into the Oval Office."

"You have to understand, it's a rigged system and she's protected," Trump said.

"General [James E.] Cartwright's not protected ... four star general ... could go to jail for up to five years, two weeks ago," Trump said, referencing a Justice Department case against the retired former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who faces a felony conviction for mishandling classified information.

Trump also noted that retired four-star Gen. David Petraeus, once head of the CIA, was also prosecuted by Obama's Justice Department for mishandling classified information.








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