BREAKING: FBI Director Dropped BOMBSHELL About Hillary’s ‘Security Review,’ She Is NOT Happy

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Ever since FBI Director James Comey opened an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s intentional mishandling of government information while serving as Secretary of State, Clinton has told whoever asked about it that it’s merely a “security review.” Well, Comey himself was just asked about what’s going on, and old Hillary is going to hate what he had to say about it.

Apparently Hillary’s terminology, which is intended to downplay the severity of what she did, holds absolutely no meaning to the top cop at America’s most feared criminal investigation agency. In fact, when asked about the situation by reporters on Wednesday, Comey said that the term “security inquiry” doesn’t register with him and that his agents are conducting an “investigation.”

Uh oh, Hillary. It’s going to be tough to spin this one.

“It’s in our name. I’m not familiar with the term ‘security inquiry,’” Comey said, Politico reported.

Clinton and her aides have repeated the term “security review” ad nauseum while trying to downplay any criminal wrongdoing by the former secretary. Several Clinton staffers have been interviewed by the FBI thus far, and Comey has said that she’ll end up being interviewed as well.

Comey stopped short of calling the investigation “criminal,” but his answer to a related question should be enough to send shivers down Hillary’s spine. A reporter asked him about complaints by other security clearance holders that they would be in jail if they acted similarly to Clinton, and his response was perfect.

“There’s no special set of rules for anybody that the FBI investigates,” Comey said.

While Comey may not have actually called his investigation “criminal,” we mustn’t forget that the FBI isn’t exactly a Congressional Oversight Committee – all it does are criminal investigations. With that said, Comey has a reputation of integrity and from the sounds of it he’s going to be more than thorough in building a case against Clinton, which will more than likely lead to a recommendation for an indictment.

Then it’s up to Loretta Lynch from the Justice Department to decide on whether or not to actually indict her. Unfortunately, we all know how that’s going to turn out. But either way, a recommendation for indictment would be just as bad for Hillary’s campaign as an indictment, since it would kill whatever trust voters had left in the most corrupt and criminally inept politician to ever serve in American politics.

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