When FBI Director James Comey announced that the Bureau had come across information that could lead to reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails, most people's first reaction was that the evidence probably came from Wikileaks and Julian Assange. Assange has been dumping emails from John Podesta, Clinton's top aide, at a rapid rate and he has repeatedly vowed to damage her campaign with an "October surprise." But then Comey made it clear that Wikileaks wasn't where the FBI surfaced the relevant information -- no, it had derived from another, ongoing, "unrelated" FBI investigation.
In the most 2016 piece of news yet, the new evidence about Clinton's emails was disinterred during the Anthony Weiner investigation, according a source cited by NPR. Weiner is the disgraced former New York congressman with a sexting addiction who is married to Clinton's closest aide, Huma Abedin.The BEST SALES on Amazon NOW ]