O'Reilly Pushes Conspiracy That FBI Director Investigating New Emails Letter To Avoid A “Mutiny Within The FBI”

Bill O'Reilly: “I Have Talked To A Very, Very Influential FBI Guy” Who Believes FBI Agents “Were Going To Go Public” If Comey Didn't Send Letter To Congress

From the October 28 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:

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BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Now, if you're the FBI and this is all benign, has nothing to do with national security or top secret, you don't do anything. If it's just “What are you doing tonight? What kind of dress are you going to wear?” or “Look at this, Anthony, Hillary Clinton has a good idea to do X, Y, and Z,” that's not going to rise.

So you know there is something in there, has to be, because Comey would never put his butt on the line.

Now, here's the kicker. I have talked to a very, very influential FBI guy the other day. He said there is almost a mutiny within the FBI over James Comey's behavior in this investigation. He says that so many agents are angry that Comey knows he's lost all credibility within the agency, and that if he didn't put this out, that they were going to go public with it, and that Comey's career would have been done. He had to put it out.

That's not saying that she is going to be charged. I'm not saying any of that. What I am saying is that the FBI rank and file do not like the way James Comey conducted this investigation, do not feel it rose to the FBI standards, and this new stuff is enough to open -- reopen the investigation, which is devastating for the Clinton campaign.


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