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FBI Obtains DOJ Permission To Take Massive Action Against Hillary, Huma, And Weiner

They have gotten away with so much for so long. Now, in an instant, things have changed!

Numerous media outlets report that the FBI has received the warrant it needed to review the newly-discovered emails that were deemed “pertinent” to the investigation on Hillary Clinton and her private email server.

Some reports indicated that Anthony Weiner had surrendered the hardware of his free will, and implied that a warrant would not be needed. Given that two investigations are going on, one of Weiner, the other of Clinton, the warrant is valuable.

While FBI Director James Comey did not provide many details about the new content in his letter, it was confirmed that these emails were found on a device belonging to top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin. The FBI was examining this device in connection to the sexting scandal for Abedin’s estranged husband, Anthony Weiner.

When Comey released his letter to Congress on Friday, Weiner’s laptop computer was only being search for evidence that he sent obscene messages to an underage girl. With the FBI’s new warrant, they will be able to look through the reported 650,000 emails present in order to search for any new information connected to Clinton’s actions as secretary of state.

650,00 emails seems a hefty task. Equally hefty is the FBI’s suspicion, and the results could be devastating for all involved, especially Hillary Clinton.

Rumor has it that the emails could expose: Classified leaks; corruption at the Clinton Foundation; and perhaps, even pedophilia.

How long will the investigation take? Will it conclude prior to the Election? Most likely not.

Additionally, more information is expected from groups like WikiLeaks and Anonymous, perhaps as early as tomorrow.

No one knows how this wild investigation will turn out, and November 8th is right around the corner.

Something tells me that this will not be over once Election Day comes and goes. Do you agree?

SOURCE: [MEDIAITE]

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