Apparently, another hacked document that had not come into public view yet suggests that Attorney General Lynch signaled to the Clinton campaign that she would not let the Clinton investigation get too far.
The Times’ investigative report suggests that a U.S. intelligence agency managed to intercept some of what Russian hackers were stealing — and that one document, “described as both a memo and an email, was written by a Democratic operative who expressed confidence that Ms. Lynch would keep the Clinton investigation from going too far.”
After reviewing the document, Comey made the decision to re-open the case because he feared Lynch, who insisted the Clinton probe be referred to as a “matter” and not an “investigation,” would declare the case closed.
Lynch made it seem that the investigation was not criminal when, in fact, it was. Candidate Clinton kept referring to the probe as a “security review” when in fact the only investigations that the FBI conducts are criminal in nature. At that point, Comey worried Russian hackers could leak the document to further tarnish the FBI’s image of independence.
Already, there was the problem of a June 27 meeting between former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Lynch on the tarmac at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. While the two claimed it was an innocent coincidence, for many observers it raised the possibility of serious impropriety.
The Clinton campaign then faced more charges of skullduggery with the Wikileaks disclosure of emails from the Democratic National Committee.
In July 2016, a batch of emails from the Democratic National Committee released by Wikileaks, and said by U.S. intelligence agencies to have been obtained most likely by Russian hackers, revealed collusion between senior party officials and the Clinton campaign to thwart the insurgent candidacy of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).”
Since the Trump Administration assumed power on January 20, Comey has been relatively tight-lipped about where the investigation into the Clinton Foundation might stand or if the email server investigation might resurface.
Source: Breitbart News