Hillary Clinton has been cleared of all wrongdoing in 691,000 seconds, by FBI Director James Colmey.
After James Colmey announced a second investigation into newly discovered 650,000 emails on Anthony Wieners laptop, it took just 691,000 seconds to clear Hillary Clinton of all wrong doing. At that rate it means the FBI checked 1 email every 0.94 seconds 24 hours a day for 10 consecutive days.
This is perhaps the clearest reflection of an attempt to give Hillary Clinton a pass into some of the most blatant corruption, and collusion the American political landscape has ever seen to date. I don’t know how anyone could even remotely consider this a viable investigation into these criminal offenses and certainly calls into question the FBI investigational abilities.
Compared to the previous investigation which took the bureau an entire year to sift through an average of 123 documents per day, and this was only 60,000 emails. It is thus simply impossible to imagine that the FBI was capable of processing 23 times the volume of documentation in as little as 10 days.
I find this to be repugnant and completely insulting to the intelligence of people and citizens. Considering even public and official speculation on the amount of time it would take such an investigation to conclude was well into a year or more, leading to a constitutional crisis that had been predicted in the event of a Hillary Clinton campaign victory on November 8th, 2016.
Even if an algorithm had been employed to speed up the process, I find it difficult to accept that nuanced information inside so many documents could be retrieved or recognized in such a fashion, in as little as 10 days.
So this begs the question what do each of us now have to draw a conclusion from?
That the FBI was able to deduce in 10 days that 681,000 documents, attachments, and threads were completely benign and innocent? After taking a year to sift through only 60,000 documents?
The simple truth is that the 2nd investigation was nothing more than a carefully orchestrated charade to subdue public outrage while willfully denying conspicuous evidence from the public.