Reviewed “all of the communications that were to or from” Hillary Clinton.
When FBI Director James Comey alerted Congress that new emails required a re-opening of the Hillary investigation, I noted Ed Morrissey’s observation that this could be another Lucy-Charlie Brown football situation, with Republicans and other opponents of Hillary having the ball pulled away at the last minute.
I also polled readers, who by 2-1 said the FBI would not exonerate Hillary before the election.
There were signs of pressure from above, with DOJ promising to throw all resources to resolve the issue. Loretta Lynch, who didn’t want Comey to make the disclosure in the first place, was not going to let this linger until election day. The Clinton campaign and mainstream media had declared war on Comey.
And, SURPRISE, Comey just issued a letter saying no change in FBI decision not to recommend prosecution of Hillary:
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