Huma, Weiner E-mails Prompt New Investigation, Bring Suspicions About Huma Back To Light

FBI Director James Comey reopened his investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal because of new e-mails a separate FBI investigation found on the electronic devices of Hillary's top aide Huma Abedin and her estranged husband Anthony Weiner, who is being investigated on allegations of sexting a minor, according to the New York Times.

On top of bringing the scandalous Anthony Wiener back into the media spotlight and drawing a potentially damaging connection between him and Hillary regarding what could be another massive breach of classified information protocol just 11 days before Election Day, this also throws a harsh light back onto Huma Abedin and the suspicions that have haunted her.

Whoever is controlling all of these spotlights today must be getting dizzy by now.

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A Washington Post article from August outlines two allegations Huma has faced:
— Huma grew up in Saudi Arabia, and Trump adviser Roger Stone called her a "Saudi asset," suggesting she still has ties to that country.
— The New York Post revealed that "Huma worked at a radical Muslim journal for a dozen years."

The Washington Free Beacon also suggested Huma may be tied to radical Islam when it ran a piece on her father who is a strong believer in Sharia law and a huge critic of the Western world. He also advocated for Shari Law to be the law of the land and enforced by the government in as many countries as possible as Islam spreads around the world.

Add on top of that Human being investigated earlier because she had access to Hillary's private server and her unsecured classified information, and it brings even greater validity to Trump's dire warning in July.

Trump said during a press conference, "[Hillary's] No. 1 person, Huma Abedin, is married to Anthony Weiner, who's a sleazeball and pervert. I don't like Huma going home at night and telling Anthony Weiner all of these secrets. I don't think it's safe to have Hillary Clinton be briefed on national security because the word will get out."

What do you think of this?