April 29, 2018

Now We Know How the FBI ‘Reviewed’ 600,000+ Emails on Anthony Weiner’s Laptop in October 2016

The answer, based on exhaustive work by Sundance at Conservative Tree House, is by not looking at them at all.

From Sundance’s review of the situation, after reviewing Strzok-Page text messages up to October 27, 2016:

at no time is there any conversation -or hint of a conversation- that anyone is reviewing the content of the emails.  The discussions don’t mention a single word about content… every scintilla of conversation is about how to handle the issues of the emails themselves.  Actually, there’s not a single person mentioned in thousands of text messages that applies to an actual person who is looking at any content.

Anthony Weiner’s lawyer had brought the emails to New York DOJ prosecutor Preet Bharara almost a month earlier. Former FBI Director James Comey’s claim made to Bret Baier at Fox News that the lack of a search warrant was holding things up is false.


However, once the FBI opened the investigation October 28th, they did exactly the same thing they had done from September 28th to October 28th… they did nothing.

A few days later they declared the second investigation closed, and that was that.

They never looked at them.

Then likely-planted articles appeared about “How the FBI might have processed 650,000 emails in Clinton probe,” and “YES, DONALD TRUMP, THE FBI CAN VET 650,000 EMAILS IN EIGHT DAYS”

Well, perhaps they could have, but the evidence presented at CTH indicates that they didn’t.



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