From the article:
"It is now undeniably clear that the results of the FBI investigation will be the end of one of two things: Hillary's bid for the White House or the legitimacy of the FBI -- at least when it comes to prosecuting cases on the mishandling of classified material. ... In other words, if you have worked with classified material for more than a day, it seems highly implausible that someone could receive any of the aforementioned over an un-secure medium without alarm bells sounding. However, reading about a Special Access Program on an unclassified device would make anyone even remotely familiar with intelligence mess their pantsuit.
Meaning, the FBI has got to make a decision: If they don't indict they are forever going to be thought to be corrupt. And do they want that? Do the people at the FBI...? James Comey. I don't know James Comey. I only know people who know him. He was top lieutenant for John Ashcroft when he was the attorney general, and Ashcroft had just tremendous respect across the board for people. I can't believe from what I've heard about James Comey, that he wants any part of any possibility that people would begin to think the FBI has been corrupted.
So, what will the FBI do? Has it become conditioned and intimidated by the idea that truth is relative? Will it succumb to the pressure? This all started when Bill lied to the country. Everyone knows he lied - just couldn't prove it in court. After that, the measure of truth became not what was morally true, but what could you legally get away with. A sad moment in the evolution of our society. HRC protected and enabled him all along. She is just as corrupt as he is.