Comey explained that Abedin sent ordered data to Anthony Weiner on numerous occasions. This is a blatant violation of the law, meaning that Abedin may find herself being prosecuted very soon…
FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week about his investigation concerning Hillary Clinton. There, he revealed that Clinton’s top associate Huma Abedin was just as careless with ordered data as her manager.
Comey clarified that Abedin sent classified information to Anthony Weiner on various events. This is an explicit infringement of the law, meaning that Abedin may find herself being prosecuted very soon…
When asked whether or not Comey believed that Weiner had viewed the classified information, Weiner tried to pretend that the only reason Huma had sent it to him was so that he could print it out for her.
When pressed on whether or not any laws were broken, Comey trotted out the same nonsense about needing to prove they intended to break the law (which has not been part of the criteria in the past for those charged with mishandling classified information).
Giving his reaction on MSNBC’s Morning Joe this morning, Democrat Sen. Richard Blumenthal called for a special prosecutor to investigate Huma. Co-anchor Willie Geist asked Blumenthal if he believed there was a crime committed, to which he responded, “if there was classified information and it was improperly passed to a person unauthorized to receive it, yes, it’s a crime. Without knowing what the intentions were and so forth, there is potentially a prosecutable crime. “
Joe Scarborough chimed in, asking, “should it have been prosecuted?” Blumenthal replied, “It still may be potentially. It’s not outside the statute of limitations. Who will decide it? That’s why we need a special prosecutor to review all of this investigative material. “
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