FBI Releases 300 Pages of Hillary Clinton Investigation Records

Last Sunday saw bitterly contested NFL games and the Golden Globes — but while America was wrapped up in television, the FBI quietly released 300 pages of records from its investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server, The Daily Caller reported.

This fifth Clinton investigation release by the FBI on its vault website touched on several topics, and they weren’t favorable toward the Clintons.

In April 2015, an FBI official emailed other FBI officials, warning them that the State Department was going to be dragging them into the Clinton email classification issue.

“You’re about to get drug (sic) into an issue on classification of the Clinton emails,” the official wrote.

“They are contesting CTD’s classification decision and would like to discuss it with you. (Forum shopping I believe.) I’ll call you and give you some info, then they’ve asked if you could call _____ (last name I think) _____.”

The Daily Caller clarified that “forum shopping” meant “seeking a favorable opinion on the classification issue by asking different officials to rate emails as unclassified.”

Not only did the State Department reportedly go shopping for a favorable classification opinion, but Fox News reported that the Department of Justice and the FBI also found that foreign “actors” had been able to get their hands on the material.

The July 2016 message read, “The FBI did find that hostile foreign (entities) successfully gained access to the personal email accounts of individuals associated with whom Clinton was in regular contact and, in doing so, obtained emails sent or received by Clinton on her personal account.”

How on earth did Hillary Clinton manage to avoid prosecution?

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