Weiner Laptop Comes Back to Haunt FBI Brass in IG Report on Hillary Case

The Inspector General is set to release his much-anticipated report on the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email investigation and Weiner’s laptop has come back to haunt the FBI brass.

According to the Associate Press, inside sources say Inspector General Horowitz’s much-anticipated report set to be released in the next couple of weeks will fault the FBI brass for sitting on the emails found on Weiner’s laptop.

FBI agents found a trove of emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop as they were conducting an investigation into lewd text messages the disgraced politician exchanged with an underage teenager.

Judicial Watch counted over a dozen classified emails on Weiner’s laptop, including the name of a CIA official.

As previously reported, then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe knew about Hillary’s emails on Weiner’s laptop as early as September of 2016 and didn’t alert the bureau for an entire MONTH.

The FBI waited over a month to obtain a warrant to review emails on Weiner’s laptop.


After the State Department released the latest round of Weiner emails in January showing Huma Abedin completely disregarded basic security protocols, President Trump said Hillary’s aide should go to jail.

Inspector General Horowitz announced to lawmakers on Capitol Hill last week he completed a draft of his report on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton investigation.

The report was given to lawyers to prepare rebuttals; according to Sara Carter, the final IG report should be released in the next two weeks.

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