Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server has been an incessant headache for her campaign from the moment it began, but it looks as if the State Department is throwing Clinton a bone as they are delaying the full release of the emails until February 29th.
As in, they're being delayed until after the most consequential votes in Iowa, South Carolina, and Nevada, are done and over with.
The lazy pace in which the State Department has been conducting their investigation into Hillary's use of a private server has been a point of contention for many of those who want to see Hillary finally indicted, but this delay could potentially help the GOP in the long-run.
While it's no doubt frustrating to wait for her indictment, if damning evidence is released after her nomination is all but wrapped up, the Democrats may very well have a nominee that has to split her time between the campaign trail and the courtroom.
If that's the case, the Republican nominee's chances of winning in the primary are all but guaranteed.
To see how the State department is justifying the delay, continue reading on the next page: