Hillary’s emails on Weiner’s laptop “scared” FBI probers: new book says

Hillary Clinton’s emails made news again on Tuesday. No not the missing emails that are allegedly on a server in Ukraine, but the 340,000 found on convicted sex offender Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

In a new book by James B. Stewart, the FBI called it an “oh sh-t” moment when they found the treasure trove of State Department missives on Weiner’s devices. Weiner was married to top Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

So as Weiner has already served about 15 months in the Federal Medical Center in Devens, Massachusetts for his sexting an underage girl, no further action by the feds has occurred in connection to Clinton’s use of private email servers for sensitive government documents.

Now surely the fact that the emails were found allegedly in a folder Weiner labeled “insurance”, according to reports from the New York Police detectives who initially investigated the devices, means all the messages probably comprised more than just things to-do lists and scheduling appointments.

As one FBI investigator says in the new book, “Deep State: Trump, the FBI, and the Rule of Law,” he was “scared” by the contents he found.

“I’m telling you that we have potentially ten times the volume that [FBI} Director {James} Comey said we had on the record,” the agent recounted to Stewart.

However we may never know because then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch shut down all leaks about the emails soon after the “oh sh-t” moment in Sept. 2016.

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