So the good news is that the FBI is still trying to get to the bottom of the Hillary Clinton email scandal. Monday, the State Department confirmed that almost 15,000 emails sent to or from Clinton were uncovered and are being analyzed by the FBI. The bad news? Well, according to TheHill.com:
It remains unsettled whether the full set will be out before the presidential election on Nov. 8. Lawyers for the conservative watchdog group that has demanded the release have accused the agency of slow-walking the production.
You’re telling me that the FBI can’t scrub and release 15,000 emails before November 8th? Or is it that they don’t want to? Is this another attempt to purposefully influence the outcome of this election by not being decisive, as we saw with the Director Comey announcement? Every day new information breaks about the email scandal, hope is given and hope is taken away. Hope that the agencies investigating the matter are still pursuing the truth, and increasing doubt that anything presented will be taken seriously by the officials we trust to uphold the law.
In a related note, from Judicial Watch: