FBI leaks that it has recovered deleted 'private' emails on Hillary's server

Just hours after being attacked by Senator Grassley for “rebuffing a judge's request for information on the law enforcement agency's investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email system,” Bloomberg mysteriously was leaked information that:

The FBI has recovered personal and work-related e-mails from the private computer server used by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, according to a person familiar with the investigation.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s success at salvaging personal e-mails that Clinton said had been deleted raises the possibility that the Democratic presidential candidate’s correspondence eventually could become public.

I read this as the FBI signaling Senator Grassley and others who may doubt the agency’s enthusiasm in investigating a potential future president (and spouse of a past president) that it is vigorously pursuing the investigation and that it will be yielding fruit.  This may well be part of what prompted the State Department to seemingly throw Hillary under the bus.

The noose is tightening.  And the number of friends sticking with Hillary diminishes by the day.

Just hours after being attacked by Senator Grassley for “rebuffing a judge's request for information on the law enforcement agency's investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email system,” Bloomberg mysteriously was leaked information that:

The FBI has recovered personal and work-related e-mails from the private computer server used by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, according to a person familiar with the investigation.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s success at salvaging personal e-mails that Clinton said had been deleted raises the possibility that the Democratic presidential candidate’s correspondence eventually could become public.

I read this as the FBI signaling Senator Grassley and others who may doubt the agency’s enthusiasm in investigating a potential future president (and spouse of a past president) that it is vigorously pursuing the investigation and that it will be yielding fruit.  This may well be part of what prompted the State Department to seemingly throw Hillary under the bus.

The noose is tightening.  And the number of friends sticking with Hillary diminishes by the day.