FBI's '60 Day Rule' Left Whining About Is Only 4 Years Old, Created by Obama's DOJChris Menahan
Oct. 29, 2016
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The FBI's "60 day rule" which suggests any perceived interference in elections be avoided was only "formalized" four years ago by Obama's DOJ head Eric Holder.
From The New Yorker:
Traditionally, the Justice Department has advised prosecutors and law enforcement to avoid any appearance of meddling in the outcome of elections, even if it means holding off on pressing cases. One former senior official recalled that Janet Reno, the Attorney General under Bill Clinton, “completely shut down” the prosecution of a politically sensitive criminal target prior to an election. “She was adamant—anything that could influence the election had to go dark,” the former official said.The left has been out acting like this "60 day rule" is something sacrosanct with a rich history, it's not, and similar has happened before.
It's within the realm of possibility this "rule" – if we can even call it that – was put in place by Holder explicitly to try and protect Hillary Clinton for when she inevitably ran. Seeing as how she's the most corrupt, scandal ridden person ever to run for office, having such a policy in place would be quite prudent. Fortunately, Comey – for whatever reason – broke with it. Hopefully, it will not only cost her the election but land her in prison.
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