Yesterday, FBI Director James Comey dropped a bombshell on the presidential election when he sent a letter to Congress announcing that he’s reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Team Hillary had thought that this entire ordeal was behind them, but then Huma Abedin’s Weiner came back to haunt them. While searching devices that belong to Abedin and her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, the FBI came across information that was directly linked to the investigation into Hillary’s private server, which caused the bureau to reopen the case.
Now a former assistant director for the FBI is weighing in on the case, and if what he has to say actually pans out, it’s going to be a really, really rough fall for Hillary and her aides.
— DEPLORABLE TRUMPCAT (@Darren32895836) October 29, 2016
Ron Hosko worked with Comey for a time before he left the FBI, so he has some insight into how Comey operates. According to Hosko, there’s no way that Comey would have reopened the case if there wasn’t enough information to lead to an indictment of Hillary Clinton.
With the stakes being so high and the election so close, many are speculating that the FBI stumbled upon devastating information pertinent to the previous investigation, otherwise they’d have never said a word. Regardless, the mere announcement of a new investigation is about as politically damaging as possible for Team Hillary, who’s watched their poll numbers plummet from the daily dumps of emails from Wikileaks.
Whether or not this new information hurts her at the ballots remains to be seen; however, it’s becoming clearer by the day that electing her would lead to troubles like we’ve never seen in the White House, considering she’d be the first president-elect to be under federal investigation.