Why Wasn’t Huma Abedin Charged for Verifiable, Criminal Mishandling of Classified Material?

Katie covered James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday, during which the FBI Director defended his decision to inform Congress of the Bureau’s re-opened Clinton email probe in October. He also averred that Russia is still actively seeking to undermine faith in the US political system, declined to comment on the status of an active investigation into Russia’s 2016 meddling and alleged (but unproven) coordination with the Trump campaign, and wouldn’t confirm the existence of a separate investigation into unlawful national security leaks targeting the Trump administration.

Under questioning from Democrats on the panel, Comey explained (persuasively, in my view) why he chose to disclose new developments in the Clinton email saga so close to Election Day, and swatted down the premise that he wrongly interfered publicly on that issue while remaining mum on another probe with reaches into Trump’s campaign and orbit. In the course of laying out why he felt compelled to make Congress aware of late-breaking developments related to Mrs. Clinton’s unsecure email scheme, Comey revealed that FBI investigators discovered thousands of previously-undisclosed Clinton emails on the private laptop of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, who is married to longtime Hillary confidante Huma Abedin. We now know that this trove of emails — which agents suspected might include some never-recovered messages from early in Clinton’s tenure at the State Department — included classified material that had no business being on that computer….

Source: Why Wasn’t Huma Abedin Charged for Verifiable, Criminal Mishandling of Classified Material? – Guy Benson


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