Huma Mahmood Abedin is right in the middle of the new FBI probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of private email to convey classified information. New emails found on a computer used by Abedin and her husband, former US Congressman Anthony Weiner, influenced FBI Director James Comey to dig deeper into a case that was considered closed. The new emails were revealed during the FBI’s investigation into Weiner for texting perverted content to a 15-year old girl.
Huma Abedin currently serves as vice chairwoman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for President. Prior to that, Abedin served as the deputy chief of staff to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from 2009 to 2013.
HERE’s THE SCARY PART ABOUT ABEDIN HAVING ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS:
In a letter dated June 13, 2012, to the State Department Inspector General, five Republican members of Congress—Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, Trent Franks of Arizona, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Thomas J. Rooney of Florida, and Lynn Westmoreland of Georgia—claimed that Abedin “has three family members – her late father, her mother and her brother – connected to Muslim Brotherhood operatives and/or organizations.”The five members of Congress alleged that Abedin had “immediate family connections to foreign extremist organizations” which they said were “potentially disqualifying conditions for obtaining a security clearance” and questioned why Abedin had not been “disqualified for a security clearance.” Ultimately, the White House rejected the claims as a conspiracy theory.
Before you believe the White House, take into account the following two videos. The first video highlights what the five Republican members were claiming about Abedin. The second video is a press conference held by former federal prosecutor and DOJ employee, Andrew McCarthy, who makes a iron clad case against Abedin.
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Clinton Aide Huma Abedin Facing Scrutiny Over FBI Case