Here Are 3 Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

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The Federal Bureau of Investigations has jumped into the election in a historic way. It has some questions to answer.

WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey, by sending a vaguely worded letter to congressional Republicans on Friday that suggested he was re-opening the probe intoHillary Clinton’s email use, decided to become the central player in the presidential election’s final two weeks.

It was an unprecedented break with FBI practice throughout the agency’s history. But now that Comey is involved and the precedent is shattered, it looks like he has little choice but to keep talking.

“This letter is troubling because it is vaguely worded and leaves so many questions unanswered,” said four Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in a letter sent Saturday. The Clinton camp, too, has been demanding Comey come forward with more information. Neither the Democratic senators nor the Clinton camp, though, have said exactly what questions they need answered.

Despite Comey’s dramatic entrance into the campaign, it’s striking how basic the remaining questions are. Here are a few.

Do you know how many emails you found? If so, how many?

There are reports that the emails number in the thousands. What is that based on? Are any of them classified? Any sent by or to Hillary Clinton? Are they duplicates of emails you’ve already read and analyzed?

Do you have access to them? Have you even seen the emails?

A letter Comey sent to FBI employees suggested the agency did not yet have access to the emails. New reporting by Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News finds that the FBI doesn’t yet have a warrant to review.

Perhaps Comey thinks that point is obvious to the public. But Donald Trump is on the campaign trail telling supporters that, without question, the FBI found something incriminating, otherwise it never would have taken such an extraordinary step. In Trump’s defense, his logic is sound. But if Comey took this step without having any idea what’s in the emails, he needs to let Trump (and everyone else) know that’s the case.

Do you plan to analyze the emails before Election Day?

The public ― and us journalists ― would kindly like to know if Comey has any more bombshells planned, or if he’s done until next Tuesday.

At this point, that’s not too much to ask.

Here Are 3 Really, Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

The fate of the nation hangs in the balance!
 

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The RWnuts on USMB have already convicted Hillary Clinton of treason for what's on Huma's laptop.

Because they're retarded.
 

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The Federal Bureau of Investigations has jumped into the election in a historic way. It has some questions to answer.

WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey, by sending a vaguely worded letter to congressional Republicans on Friday that suggested he was re-opening the probe intoHillary Clinton’s email use, decided to become the central player in the presidential election’s final two weeks.

It was an unprecedented break with FBI practice throughout the agency’s history. But now that Comey is involved and the precedent is shattered, it looks like he has little choice but to keep talking.

“This letter is troubling because it is vaguely worded and leaves so many questions unanswered,” said four Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in a letter sent Saturday. The Clinton camp, too, has been demanding Comey come forward with more information. Neither the Democratic senators nor the Clinton camp, though, have said exactly what questions they need answered.

Despite Comey’s dramatic entrance into the campaign, it’s striking how basic the remaining questions are. Here are a few.

Do you know how many emails you found? If so, how many?

There are reports that the emails number in the thousands. What is that based on? Are any of them classified? Any sent by or to Hillary Clinton? Are they duplicates of emails you’ve already read and analyzed?

Do you have access to them? Have you even seen the emails?

A letter Comey sent to FBI employees suggested the agency did not yet have access to the emails. New reporting by Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News finds that the FBI doesn’t yet have a warrant to review.

Perhaps Comey thinks that point is obvious to the public. But Donald Trump is on the campaign trail telling supporters that, without question, the FBI found something incriminating, otherwise it never would have taken such an extraordinary step. In Trump’s defense, his logic is sound. But if Comey took this step without having any idea what’s in the emails, he needs to let Trump (and everyone else) know that’s the case.

Do you plan to analyze the emails before Election Day?

The public ― and us journalists ― would kindly like to know if Comey has any more bombshells planned, or if he’s done until next Tuesday.

At this point, that’s not too much to ask.

Here Are 3 Really, Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

The fate of the nation hangs in the balance!
False, they don't need to answer shit. In fact, commenting on an investigation would endanger it.

It will be sweet when the corrupt are finally locked up.
 

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Actually what has alrdy come out was enough to do that
 

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The Federal Bureau of Investigations has jumped into the election in a historic way. It has some questions to answer.

WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey, by sending a vaguely worded letter to congressional Republicans on Friday that suggested he was re-opening the probe intoHillary Clinton’s email use, decided to become the central player in the presidential election’s final two weeks.

It was an unprecedented break with FBI practice throughout the agency’s history. But now that Comey is involved and the precedent is shattered, it looks like he has little choice but to keep talking.

“This letter is troubling because it is vaguely worded and leaves so many questions unanswered,” said four Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in a letter sent Saturday. The Clinton camp, too, has been demanding Comey come forward with more information. Neither the Democratic senators nor the Clinton camp, though, have said exactly what questions they need answered.

Despite Comey’s dramatic entrance into the campaign, it’s striking how basic the remaining questions are. Here are a few.

Do you know how many emails you found? If so, how many?

There are reports that the emails number in the thousands. What is that based on? Are any of them classified? Any sent by or to Hillary Clinton? Are they duplicates of emails you’ve already read and analyzed?

Do you have access to them? Have you even seen the emails?

A letter Comey sent to FBI employees suggested the agency did not yet have access to the emails. New reporting by Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News finds that the FBI doesn’t yet have a warrant to review.

Perhaps Comey thinks that point is obvious to the public. But Donald Trump is on the campaign trail telling supporters that, without question, the FBI found something incriminating, otherwise it never would have taken such an extraordinary step. In Trump’s defense, his logic is sound. But if Comey took this step without having any idea what’s in the emails, he needs to let Trump (and everyone else) know that’s the case.

Do you plan to analyze the emails before Election Day?

The public ― and us journalists ― would kindly like to know if Comey has any more bombshells planned, or if he’s done until next Tuesday.

At this point, that’s not too much to ask.

Here Are 3 Really, Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

The fate of the nation hangs in the balance!
Actually, no it doesn't need to answer those questions. However, the answers probably won't help Hillary. They will only sink her.
 

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This is a criminal investigation by the FBI....we need to let it run its course, like democrats told us with the terrorist attacks.....and the mass liberal shooter massacres....

Things like this take time....relax.....
 
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The Federal Bureau of Investigations has jumped into the election in a historic way. It has some questions to answer.

WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey, by sending a vaguely worded letter to congressional Republicans on Friday that suggested he was re-opening the probe intoHillary Clinton’s email use, decided to become the central player in the presidential election’s final two weeks.

It was an unprecedented break with FBI practice throughout the agency’s history. But now that Comey is involved and the precedent is shattered, it looks like he has little choice but to keep talking.

“This letter is troubling because it is vaguely worded and leaves so many questions unanswered,” said four Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in a letter sent Saturday. The Clinton camp, too, has been demanding Comey come forward with more information. Neither the Democratic senators nor the Clinton camp, though, have said exactly what questions they need answered.

Despite Comey’s dramatic entrance into the campaign, it’s striking how basic the remaining questions are. Here are a few.

Do you know how many emails you found? If so, how many?

There are reports that the emails number in the thousands. What is that based on? Are any of them classified? Any sent by or to Hillary Clinton? Are they duplicates of emails you’ve already read and analyzed?

Do you have access to them? Have you even seen the emails?

A letter Comey sent to FBI employees suggested the agency did not yet have access to the emails. New reporting by Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News finds that the FBI doesn’t yet have a warrant to review.

Perhaps Comey thinks that point is obvious to the public. But Donald Trump is on the campaign trail telling supporters that, without question, the FBI found something incriminating, otherwise it never would have taken such an extraordinary step. In Trump’s defense, his logic is sound. But if Comey took this step without having any idea what’s in the emails, he needs to let Trump (and everyone else) know that’s the case.

Do you plan to analyze the emails before Election Day?

The public ― and us journalists ― would kindly like to know if Comey has any more bombshells planned, or if he’s done until next Tuesday.

At this point, that’s not too much to ask.

Here Are 3 Really, Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

The fate of the nation hangs in the balance!
False, they don't need to answer shit. In fact, commenting on an investigation would endanger it.

It will be sweet when the corrupt are finally locked up.
Endanger it? Really? Then why did Comey comment in the first place on Friday? He violated the 60-protocol and ignored his boss.
 

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The Federal Bureau of Investigations has jumped into the election in a historic way. It has some questions to answer.

WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey, by sending a vaguely worded letter to congressional Republicans on Friday that suggested he was re-opening the probe intoHillary Clinton’s email use, decided to become the central player in the presidential election’s final two weeks.

It was an unprecedented break with FBI practice throughout the agency’s history. But now that Comey is involved and the precedent is shattered, it looks like he has little choice but to keep talking.

“This letter is troubling because it is vaguely worded and leaves so many questions unanswered,” said four Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in a letter sent Saturday. The Clinton camp, too, has been demanding Comey come forward with more information. Neither the Democratic senators nor the Clinton camp, though, have said exactly what questions they need answered.

Despite Comey’s dramatic entrance into the campaign, it’s striking how basic the remaining questions are. Here are a few.

Do you know how many emails you found? If so, how many?

There are reports that the emails number in the thousands. What is that based on? Are any of them classified? Any sent by or to Hillary Clinton? Are they duplicates of emails you’ve already read and analyzed?

Do you have access to them? Have you even seen the emails?

A letter Comey sent to FBI employees suggested the agency did not yet have access to the emails. New reporting by Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News finds that the FBI doesn’t yet have a warrant to review.

Perhaps Comey thinks that point is obvious to the public. But Donald Trump is on the campaign trail telling supporters that, without question, the FBI found something incriminating, otherwise it never would have taken such an extraordinary step. In Trump’s defense, his logic is sound. But if Comey took this step without having any idea what’s in the emails, he needs to let Trump (and everyone else) know that’s the case.

Do you plan to analyze the emails before Election Day?

The public ― and us journalists ― would kindly like to know if Comey has any more bombshells planned, or if he’s done until next Tuesday.

At this point, that’s not too much to ask.

Here Are 3 Really, Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

The fate of the nation hangs in the balance!
Hasn't the lying media fed you enough? Don't you care how ridiculous you look?
 

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The Federal Bureau of Investigations has jumped into the election in a historic way. It has some questions to answer.

WASHINGTON ― FBI Director James Comey, by sending a vaguely worded letter to congressional Republicans on Friday that suggested he was re-opening the probe intoHillary Clinton’s email use, decided to become the central player in the presidential election’s final two weeks.

It was an unprecedented break with FBI practice throughout the agency’s history. But now that Comey is involved and the precedent is shattered, it looks like he has little choice but to keep talking.

“This letter is troubling because it is vaguely worded and leaves so many questions unanswered,” said four Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in a letter sent Saturday. The Clinton camp, too, has been demanding Comey come forward with more information. Neither the Democratic senators nor the Clinton camp, though, have said exactly what questions they need answered.

Despite Comey’s dramatic entrance into the campaign, it’s striking how basic the remaining questions are. Here are a few.

Do you know how many emails you found? If so, how many?

There are reports that the emails number in the thousands. What is that based on? Are any of them classified? Any sent by or to Hillary Clinton? Are they duplicates of emails you’ve already read and analyzed?

Do you have access to them? Have you even seen the emails?

A letter Comey sent to FBI employees suggested the agency did not yet have access to the emails. New reporting by Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News finds that the FBI doesn’t yet have a warrant to review.

Perhaps Comey thinks that point is obvious to the public. But Donald Trump is on the campaign trail telling supporters that, without question, the FBI found something incriminating, otherwise it never would have taken such an extraordinary step. In Trump’s defense, his logic is sound. But if Comey took this step without having any idea what’s in the emails, he needs to let Trump (and everyone else) know that’s the case.

Do you plan to analyze the emails before Election Day?

The public ― and us journalists ― would kindly like to know if Comey has any more bombshells planned, or if he’s done until next Tuesday.

At this point, that’s not too much to ask.

Here Are 3 Really, Really Simple Questions The FBI Needs To Answer Fast

The fate of the nation hangs in the balance!
False, they don't need to answer shit. In fact, commenting on an investigation would endanger it.

It will be sweet when the corrupt are finally locked up.
Endanger it? Really? Then why did Comey comment in the first place on Friday? He violated the 60-protocol and ignored his boss.
He commented because he had reopened an investigation that he previously stated he would not touch anymore. Yes, we deserve to know which investigations are going on, but not WHAT is being done.
 
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The NaziCon double standards are hilarious to watch.
 
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The fate of the nation hangs on reckless FBI innuendos.
 

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