If anyone thought the Hillary Clinton private server emails scandal was over, think again. The FBI has uncovered additional emails that may be pertinent to the case that they had previously not known about. This new batch of emails were found on the laptop of Anthony Weiner, Hillary aide Huma Abedin’s infamous husband famed for his own sexting scandals.
FBI director James Comey seemed all too anxious this summer to put to bed the issue of Hillary’s use of a private server to send classified government emails, but in a dramatic announcement mere weeks before the presidential election, the FBI has seen no choice but to reopen the case based on the new emails it has discovered.
It would seem obvious that the conduit of any emails containing classified government information relating to Mrs. Clinton on Weiner’s computer would get their by way of Ms. Abedin. She had previously sworn under oath that any devices she was in possession of that could contain emails relating to the case of Mrs. Clinton’s private server had been turned over to the authorities. Ms. Abedin is now claiming to have no clue as to how such emails could have ended up on her husband’s computer.
Huma Abedin has been a very close aide for Hillary during Mrs. Clinton’s campaign for president; this new wrinkly in the private server case causes quite the problem for Hillary. Does she keep Ms. Abedin on the campaign team, even as the evidence and appearance of deceit and corruption in the Hillary campaign seems to grow greater by the week? It may be recalled that Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee when a slew of uncovered emails proved what had been rumored – the DNC had sabotaged the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders in favor of Mrs. Clinton.
In the immediate wake of this new stunning announcement of the reopening of the Hillary private server case, poll tracking indicates that Trump has closed the gap of likely voters to the low single digits. In addition, if Ms. Abedin is found to have lied under oath, she could face a prison sentence.