The Theory That the FBI Is Out to Get Clinton Is Becoming More Plausible – By Ben Mathis-Lilley NOV. 3 2016 4:10 PM


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When Democrats reacted to FBI director James Comey’s letter to Congress about the sort-of-reopened investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server by accusing Comey of trying to meddle in the election on behalf of the Republican Party, the accusation seemed far-fetched. Comey was, until last Friday, generally despised by Republicans for his earlier decision to recommend against prosecuting Clinton. But while there’s been of yet no evidence revealed that Comey himself has an axe to grind, a number of data points have emerged indicating the presence of a politically motivated anti-Clinton faction within the agency.

For one, leaks keep coming out of the FBI that are unflattering to Clinton. First there was the revelation that the Clinton emails the FBI is currently checking for classified info came from Anthony Weiner’s computer. (A good rule of thumb is that no political candidate wants his/her name anywhere near a headline that also involves the notorious A-Weens.) Then there was a story on Fox News (and a much more measured one in the Wall Street Journal) about the existence of an investigation into potential corruption at the Clinton Foundation. And the FBI also tweeted about a document release related to Bill Clinton’s controversial pardon of Marc Rich.

On a parallel track, there was a report today in the Guardian about FBI agents actively supporting Trump:

“The FBI is Trumpland,” said one current agent … The currently serving FBI agent said Clinton is “the antichrist personified to a large swath of FBI personnel,” and that “the reason why they’re leaking is they’re pro-Trump.”

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