Barring any sort of obstruction, federal agents have claimed that the recently reopened Hillary Clinton email case will end in an indictment of some sort.
During a broadcast of “On the Record” with Brit Hume, Fox News anchor Bret Baier made the claim that his source from the FBI had substantial evidence that had been found to indict Clinton in some way.
The new evidence was information collected off of the laptop of Anthony Weiner, and made indictment of the presidential candidate very likely, even if elected.
The Daily Caller reports:
“I pressed, again and again, on this very issue,” Baier told Hume. “These sources said, yes, the investigations will continues [sic], there’s a lot of evidence, and barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they’ll continue to, likely, an indictment.”
Citing another FBI source, it has also been discovered with 99% certainty that at least five foreign intelligence agencies hacked Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
When FBI Director James Comey originally announced there would be no indictment in the case, he claimed it was due to the fact that no proof could be found that the server was, in fact, hacked.
The Daily Caller reports:
Clinton’s presidential campaign aggressively downplayed the severity of the renewed investigation into her private email server, and criticized the judgment of Comey for publicly announcing it.
Reports have been confirmed that the Clinton investigation is not only active, but that it has been ongoing for over a year.
While politically-motivated officials at the Department of Justice have actively been trying to shut the case down, evidence is being compiled daily to support the case remaining open.
The Department of Justice’s official oversight of the case is dominated by Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Deputy Director Andrew McCabe of the FBI reported that the case would not be shut down, calling it a “validly predicated investigation.”
Breitbart News reports:
Today’s reports that the FBI has an open investigation into the Clinton Foundation shows the true extent of the corrupt Clinton cash machine. Even more concerning than that is the fact that the Obama Department of Justice is refusing to allow an overt investigation until after the election. Not only is it completely disqualifying for a candidate for president to be facing two separate FBI investigations less than a week before the election, but the fact that the Obama Administration is so blatantly trying to tip the scales of justice toward Clinton should give every American pause.
The federal investigation of the Clinton Foundation is ongoing, as well, though the two remain separate entities.
Overall, knowing that a candidate has not just one, but two open and active federal investigations against her and her company should be grounds for removal as a presidential candidate.
Regardless of whether she is elected or not, there is one place Hillary is almost sure to end up: jail.
What are your thoughts? Should the FBI keep pushing to indict in the investigation? Or should they wait for substantial evidence for indictment in both cases?
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