Is Attorney General Lynch preparing a 'November surprise'?

by Garth Kant
(United States)

As the Democratic Party candidate’s poll numbers plummet following the “October surprise” revelation that the FBI has reopened the investigation into her private email server, supporters of Republican candidate Donald Trump fear there is a lifeline that might resuscitate her flagging campaign.

A statement before the election from the Justice Department or the FBI announcing they had found nothing incriminating Clinton could give her campaign desperately needed new life.

There appear to be several indications the groundwork is being laid to do that.

Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy wrote in National Review on Tuesday that “the FBI is now under enormous pressure to review tens of thousands of e-mails stored on the laptop shared by Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner.”

He continued, “The point is to hound the bureau into announcing before Election Day whether any new classified e-mails have been found. If none are found, this outcome will be spun as yet another ‘exoneration’ of Hillary Clinton.”

That pressure was applied Friday when Clinton demanded Comey release the “full and complete facts” about the investigation, and on Saturday, when Democrat members of Congress sent two letters demanding the FBI reveal what information it had found.

Democrat Sens. Patrick Leahy, Dianne Feinstein, Benjamin Cardin and Thomas Carper demanded “more detailed information about the investigative steps being taken, the number of emails involved, and what is being done to determine how many of the emails are duplicative of those already reviewed,” and they gave Comey and Lynch a deadline of Monday to respond.

Democrat Reps. Elijah Cummings and John Conyers wrote to “request that the FBI and Department of Justice issue a more complete accounting of the details behind this letter, based on information from your career investigators and prosecutors, in order to debunk these conspiracy theories and correct the public record.”

On Monday, the Los Angeles Times reported how that pressure on the FBI was working: “Investigators had planned to conduct the review over several weeks but, after a torrent of criticism over the weekend, began scrambling to examine the trove of emails, according to law enforcement officials. The FBI hoped to complete a preliminary assessment in the coming days, but agency officials have not decided how, or whether, they will disclose the results of it publicly, and officials also could not say whether the entire review would be completed by election day.”

The Times also reported: “To work faster, agents are using a computer program to winnow which emails need to be individually inspected, a federal law enforcement official said. A platoon of FBI agents, assisted by the Justice Department, has been dispatched to pore over the emails.”
Also on Monday, the Associated Press tweeted: “BREAKING: Justice Dept. says it’ll dedicate all needed resources to quickly review emails in Clinton case.”

And finally, on Monday, a letter from the Justice Department responded favorably to the Democrats’ letters demanding speedy answers. Assistant Attorney General Peter Kadzik replied, “We assure you that the Department will continue to work closely with the FBI and together, dedicate all necessary resource and take appropriate steps as expeditiously as possible.” He added, “The Department of Justice … appreciates the concerns raised in your letter.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/is-attorney-general-lynch-preparing-a-november-surprise/#ZwJ4hquDutl1fXfR.99

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