The result from the Hillary Clinton email investigation conducted by the FBI still plays on America’s conscience. FBI Director James Comey so much as told us that although crimes were committed, he wasn’t going to do anything. So many irregularities and so many questions, but time is running out.
A number of FBI agents were baffled when it was announced that the investigation was closed. An unidentified source claims agents who were involved had to sign a lengthy nondisclosure agreement that they would not talk about the investigation publicly. Some think that there was a secret deal made between former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch at that impromptu meeting in Phoenix. Hillary’s three to four hour Q and A with the FBI wasn’t recorded and no transcript was made. There is no record of what questions were asked and what she said.
The Federalist Papers Project reports:
When James Comey read the verdict, it practically seemed like he laid out all the evidence against Hillary, then said there was nothing he could do about it. It seemed as if he had known there was wrongdoing, but was pressured against ensuring that there would be consequences.
If that’s the case – Comey wasn’t the only one put in that position. According to the Washington Examiner, a number of FBI agents are skeptical of the decision to close the investigation into Clinton’s emails without recommending criminal charges. They told the New York Post that they “believe there was an inside deal put in place after Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with President Bill Clinton just days ahead of the FBI’s announcement that its year-long probe had ended.”
Even Loretta Lynch had to admit that the meeting was suspicious, but claimed that it was just coincidental. That was a lie of course, as the meeting was planned, and we would’ve never found out about the meeting had it not been for a local reporter getting a lucky tip.