Kirsters Baish| New emails have just been released from the laptop of former Democratic New York Congressman Anthony Weiner. Judicial Watch expert Chris Farrell had something important to say regarding said emails. Farrell explained that the existence of these classified emails on the laptop of Anthony Wiener prove one more case of negligence within the FBI. He claims that the agency did not properly prosecute Hillary Clinton or members of her team when they were caught mishandling classified government documents. There was clear favoritism in play.
Fox News reported that one document which dated back to November of 2010 was recently released and proved that Abedin forwarded an email to an address which was titled “Anthony Campaign.” During a congressional hearing which took place earlier this year, former FBI Director James Comey explained that he thought Abedin had regularly forwarded emails to Anthony Weiner so that he could print them out so they could be handed over to Hillary Clinton.
In July of 2016, Comey reportedly said that Hillary Clinton was “extremely careless” in the way that she handled classified emails that were kept on a private server. Obviously, the wording was changed (as we now now) thanks to Peter Strzok. The worst part of it all is that there is some serious legal trouble here for James Comey and Peter Strzok. They could potentially be indicted.
Farrell pointed out that there is a very well-known record which shows Strzok and Comey completely downplaying the investigation into Hillary Clinton. Now, there is new evidence that classified emails were found on the laptop of Anthony Weiner. These classified emails prove that the FBI did not properly punish everyone who was responsible for mishandling classified information. Comey and Strzok could be facing indictment for their clear and deliberate negligence.
In the video below, Farrell delves into the possible indictments. It all starts around the one minute mark:
It’s time to drain the swamp, and with all of the new information that continues to come out, we are getting closer and closer to doing just that.