This bombshell report is bad news for Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin

The Department of Justice Inspector General’s report about the FBI’s conduct in the 2016 election is on the verge of being released.

News reports say the FBI will be under fire.

But it could be even worse news for Hillary Clinton and her longtime confidante Huma Abedin.


Huma Abedin could be facing jail time.

Fox News reports:

Ever since she lost the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton has repeatedly blamed her defeat on the FBI’s decision to reopen the probe into her email use after messages were found on the laptop of confidante Huma Abedin’s ex-husband.

But now that laptop and those emails are back in the spotlight, this time causing problems for FBI leaders as part of a forthcoming inspector general report. The probe is expected to fault bureau officials for sitting on those emails in the first place.

The finding underscores how the laptop continues to play a recurring part in the Clinton case saga, haunting everyone from the Democratic nominee to the FBI officials who examined it.

As Patriot Pulse reported, Huma Abedin forwarded sensitive government information (including her passwords) to an unsecure Yahoo account.

Then, a Russian hacker stole all the emails from 500 million Yahoo accounts. Presumably Abedin’s email was among them.



That led President Trump to call for jail time.

But it was Abedin’s disregard for the law and protocol – as well as her husband Anthony Weiner’s sick pedophilia – that led to the discovery of Hillary Clinton’s emails in the first place.

Fox News also reports:

It was the probe into those lewd messages that led agents to uncover the laptop in the fall of 2016, discovering Clinton emails that Abedin had forwarded her husband.

Then-FBI Director James Comey notified Congress in late October that he was revisiting the probe less than two weeks before the election, having announced in July that he would not recommend charges over Clinton’s use of a private email server when she served as secretary of state.

But according to the Associated Press, Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz is expected to criticize the bureau for not moving fast enough to examine those messages.

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