Isn't it funny how things work out?
A THOROUGH examination of 650,000 emails in just a few days? Right.
If it were a matter of simply running the emails through a program to analyze the mountain of evidence, then James Comey could have easily checked the contents of the Anthony Weiner-Huma Abedin laptop quickly and never announced the reopening of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's conduct as secretary of state.
Nonetheless, nothing to see here. Yes, Hillary is a reckless fool but she didn't mean to do anything wrong. Right.
I don't trust the FBI or the Department of Justice or the White House.
I don't trust Hillary Clinton.
The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, told Congress on Sunday that he had seen no evidence in a recently discovered trove of emails to change his conclusion that Hillary Clinton should face no charges over her handling of classified information.Some people, like Hillary Clinton, are above the law.
Mr. Comey’s announcement, just two days before the election, was an effort to clear the cloud of suspicion he had publicly placed over her presidential campaign late last month when he alerted Congress that the F.B.I. would examine the emails.
“Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton,” Mr. Comey wrote in a letter to the leaders of several congressional committees. He said agents had reviewed all communications to and from Mrs. Clinton in the new trove from when she was secretary of state.
The letter was a dramatic final twist in a tumultuous nine days for both Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Comey, who drew widespread criticism for announcing that the F.B.I. had discovered new emails that might — or might not — be relevant to its investigation of Mrs. Clinton, which ended in July with no charges. That criticism of Mr. Comey from both parties is likely to persist after the election.
While the new letter was clear as it related to Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Comey’s message was otherwise vague. He did not say that agents had completed their review of the emails, or that they were abandoning the matter in regard to her aides. But federal law enforcement officials said that they considered the review of emails related to Mrs. Clinton’s server complete, and that Mr. Comey’s letter was intended to convey that.
So much for justice.
"FBI Director Comey"— Charles Lindbergh (@attentionmustbe) November 6, 2016
Found a horse's head in his bed last night.