Thursday, November 03, 2016

#DickiLeaks: State Dept emails found on Weiner's laptop

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Weiner
It's official. Watergate has returned.

And for the Democrats this news really bites the big one.

The takeaway is significant, as Hillary Clinton apologists in the colluding media have spread a false story that these "DickiLeaks" emails on Weiner's laptop are duplicates of known emails. They're not.

From CBS News:
The FBI has found emails related to Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state on the laptop belonging to the estranged husband of Huma Abedin, Anthony Weiner, according to a U.S. official.

These emails, CBS News’ Andres Triay reports, are not duplicates of emails found on Secretary Clinton’s private server. At this point, however, it remains to be seen whether these emails are significant to the FBI's investigation into Clinton. It is also not known how many relevant emails there are.

In a letter to Congress last Friday, FBI Director James Comey indicated that the agency was taking steps to review newly discovered emails relating to Clinton’s private email server. Those emails came from the laptop of Weiner, a former New York congressman. Abedin reportedly said she had no knowledge of the existence of any of her emails on Weiner’s laptop. On Monday, CBS News reported that the FBI had obtained a warrant for the emails.

In a separate matter, CBS News confirmed that there were disagreements between FBI agents looking into the Clinton Foundation and their superiors in Washington and at the Department of Justice. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the FBI was facing an "internal feud" over how to handle the Clinton Foundation case in the middle of election season. Officials say tension like this is common in many cases.
Anyone who votes for Hillary Clinton between now and Election Day is a brain-dead partisan or a cynical hack. Do you hate Donald Trump? Fine. But there are other choices for president on the ballot.

Or you can skip the presidential race when you exercise your franchise.

And yes, this is something, along the lines of another band as big as the Beatles, that I thought I'd never see again. We're living through another Watergate scandal. There are new developments daily--popping up like dandelions on a suburban lawn in May.

Just like in 1972 through 1974.

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