Maybe Huma Abedin could accidentally misplace a few dozen emails, or even a few hundred, but 650,000? Not likely.
And what is Abedin doing with that number of emails outside the state department? Perhaps the next question anyone should ask is: What was Abedin going to do, or what was she already doing with that many emails?
Were they making their way into nefarious hands? Could Abedin have been funneling them to Islamic enemies? After all, it’s not like she doesn’t have ties to radical Islam.
The Wall Street Journal posted this:
The surprise disclosure that agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation are taking a new look at Hillary Clinton’s email use lays bare, just days before the election, tensions inside the bureau and the Justice Department over how to investigate the Democratic presidential nominee.
Investigators found 650,000 emails on a laptop used by former Rep. Anthony Weiner and his estranged wife Huma Abedin, a close Clinton aide, and underlying metadata suggests thousands of those messages could have been sent to or from the private server that Mrs. Clinton used while she was secretary of state, according to people familiar with the matter.
It will take weeks, at a minimum, to determine whether those messages are work-related from the time Ms. Abedin served with Mrs. Clinton at the State Department; how many are duplicates of emails already reviewed by the FBI; and whether they include either classified information or important new evidence in the Clinton email probe.
Officials had to await a court order to begin reviewing the emails—which they received over the weekend, according to a person familiar with the matter—because they were uncovered in an unrelated probe of Mr. Weiner.
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