Late last week, Democrats were blindsided when FBI Director James Comey announced to Congress that his Bureau has re-opened the Clinton email investigation.
In an ironic twist of fate, the person who may ultimately be responsible for bringing Clinton down is “Carlos Danger,” a.k.a. Anthony Weiner — the estranged husband of Hillary’s top aide.
The FBI now has to go through 650,000 emails (at least tens of thousands of them related to Clinton) on a laptop shared by Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin.
Agents apparently found the emails only because they were investigating Weiner for sending sexually explicit messages to a 15 year old girl!
Now Comey, who was lauded by Democrats months ago for his refusal to bring charges against Clinton (despite laying out a damning case against her) is being attacked by those very Democrats.
Joining me to discuss the case and other national security related matters is Clare Lopez, Vice President for Research and Analysis at the Center for Security Policy.
In addition to the FBI’s bombshell, WikiLeaks continues to releases thousands of documents worthy of scrutiny.
For example, in email #5636 to John Podesta from Clinton donor-adviser Mary Pat Bonner, we learned the Clinton camp has been working with no less than 372 newsmakers to shape an anti-Trump narrative across all mainstream media.
So can Trump win despite the media onslaught? Mike Finch, Executive Director for The David Horowitz Freedom Center thinks he can, and tells us why.