As Twitchy reported Tuesday, Judicial Watch managed to secure even more previously unreleased emails from the State Department, opening up a whole new can of worms for the Democratic nominee.

Emails revealed even further the department’s lax attitude toward national security and showed that top aide Huma Abedin apparently had full access to read and send emails from Clinton’s non-secure, personal email account run from her homebrew email server.

One of the most damning revelations was the corrupt relationship between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation and the existence of at least one pay-for-play scheme involving a major donor, but how about the Justice Department declining the FBI’s request to investigate the foundation?

CNN reported Wednesday that the FBI had asked the Justice Department earlier this year to open an investigation into the Clinton Foundation, but the department passed.

Sincere question: has the Justice Department done anything during the Obama administration even remotely connected to criminal justice rather than social justice?

Take 2:

So, while the FBI was conducting its routine “security review” of Hillary Clinton’s email setup, several field offices asked to investigate the relationship between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department. That sort of request would suggest the FBI suspected something was up, no?

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