Hitler finds out the FBI reopened the investigation into Hillary's email
Worth noting here that Hillary and her close aides are under at least three active FBI investigations now. The email investigation was just reopened, which covers Hillary herself and all of her aides. Weiner is under investigation for his sexting. The Clinton Foundation is itself the target of a corruption investigation that hasn't gotten much news media play compared to the email investigation. The circumstances of the email discovery on Weiner's device make it likely that Huma lied to the FBI when she told them she had turned over all devices that had Hillary emails, which is a crime.
UPDATE: Oh, and there's the possibility of an investigation into Hillary's half-million donation to the wife of a top FBI official supervising the email investigation. No one has announced an investigation into that, as far as I know, but that seems exactly like the sort of thing that should be investigated.
He's talking about Donna Brazile, Democratic National Committee chairwoman whose predecessor was forced to resign just a few months ago after being caught rigging the Democrat primary election for Clinton.
FBI Agents may have had Huma Weiner's email cache for weeks
So, what does this tell us? It tells us that Comey's letter to Congress reflecting his ignorance of the contents of the new cache of emails (likely from Weiner's computer and obtained during their investigation of his sexting) is merely reflecting personal ignorance. If the FBI agents have had these for weeks, they've certainly had time to go through them and figure out whether they had anything truly significant.
In other words, Comey's statement that he doesn't know anything about the contents of the emails and whether or not they are significant may be true for him, but it's likely not true for the agents conducting the Weiner investigation. And it appears that there is a third investigation, into the Clinton Foundation fund raising, that is still ongoing even before the new emails were discovered.
UPDATE: Weiner's cooperating with the FBI. I hope he's on antidepressants so he doesn't suddenly feel suicidal, and he should probably give up weightlifting and any habits of taking walks in the city late at night. And, you know, sexting 15-year-olds.
The only possible outcome of these negotiations is an immunity agreement that protects Huma, like all the other Clinton aides already received, and thus protects Hillary by removing any pressure points on her aides. Also likely resulting in the FBI agreeing to destroy evidence before Congress can demand it.
I'm not going to get into the intricacies of poll analysis. It's sufficient to note that the poll above is probably an outlier, but that in polling, predicting the demographics of the electorate (those who actually vote) is at least as important as how individuals respond when they are polled. If Rasmussen is getting the electorate right and the other polls aren't, Trump could well be leading.
In the last debate, Trump called for term limits on Congress. That's a proposal that's unlikely to get much support from Congress (though it should get some) since Congress is unlikely to reach a two-thirds majority vote for cutting off its own gravy train.
On the other hand, an amendment proposed through a convention of states doesn't have to go through Congress at all.
Let's let this sink in for a moment. Barack Obama's IRS abused his political opponents, quite likely making the difference between defeat and reelection in 2012. When this effort was discovered, at first the IRS attempted to laugh it off as a mistake, and later on successfully covered up the details -- including where the orders came from -- by destroying evidence and lying to Congress. Almost 8 years into Obama's presidency, while the election to select his replacement is only a few weeks away, the IRS only last week approved some of the groups they were targeting.
If Hillary wins, the IRS will face no consequences and it will absolutely continue to put its thumb on the political scales.
Remember, a major theme of the campaign has been Hillary trying to incite violence at Trump's campaign events. The facts seem to be that Hillary's followers are actually willing to be violent, and Trump's are not.
We have a stark choice before us: one candidate who will continue the destruction of our nation and one candidate who will, however awkwardly, attempt to save it and perhaps more importantly thinks our nation is worth saving. Our choices in this election are between assisted suicide and emergency surgery.
Were new Hillary emails found in Huma's yahoo account?
PowerLine thinks that the emails discovered may have been Huma's yahoo account. The FBI knew of the account but Huma claimed it was rarely used for business. If, in fact, the FBI discovered thousands of Hillary emails in that account (or recovered those emails from deleted files on a computer she used to access it) that could explain the FBI's announcement. But that doesn't necessarily seem sufficient by itself to publicly announcement they were reopening the investigation.
The public announcement makes me think they found something that changes the game. Not just a new stash of emails, but something in that stash of emails that potentially reopens the prosecution.
Judicial Watch claims partial credit for FBI reopening investigation of Hillary's emails
I'm not sure whether I buy that they deserve credit for reopening the investigation, but they have a good track record of forcing information out of government agencies, and the timing of the announcement coupled with the Judicial Watch lawsuit is interesting to say the least.