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BREAKING: FBI Director announces result of re-opening Clinton investigation…

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It looks like the FBI got our hopes up for nothing.

When James Comey reopened the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails after discovering emails previously unearthed, many of us hoped we’d finally see Hillary brought to justice. Naturally, all the liberals who praised Comey for letting Hillary off the hook for simply doing his job decided to hound the man…. for doing his job. CNN constantly referred to him as “Republican James Comey,” even though he’s a registered Independent, and the Huffington Post lamented how “white and male” the FBI is (the horror!).

While Comey was criticized for reopening such an investigation so close to the election, will those same liberals complain that the FBI is unfairly helping her by letting her off the hook again so close to the election? As Rep. Jason Chaffetz just revealed, it appears that’s what’s just happened.

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Here’s the official letter from Comey:

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She’s off the hook yet again as a result of the FBI investigation into her private email server.

But it’s still not over! The FBI is still investigating the Clinton Foundation, which, as we reported today, was exposed taking an illegal $1 million donation from Qatar. She’s remained unscathed from two FBI investigations, will the third time be the charm? We can only hope.

[Note: This post was authored by Matt Palumbo. Follow him on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]

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