BOMBSHELL and I mean BOMBSHELL news has just been released by the FBI. James Comey, the director of the FBI, has just announced that they are re-opening the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s 33,000 deleted emails.
This news comes with only eleven days left until the finality of the campaign. Comey states in his report that due to another ongoing investigation, in which further evidence relating to Hillary Clinton was discovered, the FBI has deemed it responsible to reopen her case.
Wait a moment, you ask. I thought this was over? Well, I guess not. It appears that crime truly doesn’t pay.
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The FBI WOULD NOT, I repeat, WOULD NOT be reopening this case at this critical period in time, knowing the dramatic effects it would have on her candidacy, UNLESS they had a very strong suspicion that illegal activity had occurred – an activity that could find Hillary Clinton possibly convicted of a crime, or possibly a number.
Director James Comey’s full statement can be read below:
In another startling development, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, who has been exposed as being possibly aware of Hillary’s wrongdoings due to the recently leaked Podesta emails, has DELETED his entire Twitter feed except for one measly pinned tweet!
What this could possibly mean is anyone’s best guess, but it does not look good!
With Hillary’s artificial lead in the highly manipulated polls already rapidly evaporating, it will come as no surprise to me if after this news, she completely tanks in the coming days.
Already the vast majority of Americans do not believe her to be “trustworthy”, nor honest. After this news, there can be no doubt that these people were 100% accurate in their assessment.
Get ready, boys and girls, we’ve only got eleven days to go and things are going to get a whole lot more ugly before they get any better. Hold on tight.
Article by Nathan McDonald, Sprott Money