Screen Shot 2016-03-28 at 5.19.57 PMLike it or not, Hillary Clinton hasn’t gone anywhere yet.

The embattled Democrat Presidential candidate has continued to motor forward on her quest to take the top seat in the land seemingly undeterred.

Though she narrowly holds onto a lead over Bernie Sanders, it might be just a few weeks until everything she’s worked so hard to maintain unravels before her.

At least now we have a reason to hope…

Mrs. Clinton’s mishandling of sensitive documents has grown into such a mess that the original investigation has mushroomed into one of the most resource intensive activities the FBI is handling at the moment.

Presently there are 147 agents tasked to her case. 147 agents costing the tax-payers millions while the deaths of 4 brave Americans are forgotten.

What exactly are these agents doing you might ask? Many of them are assigned to seeking out leads involving her use of the private server.

At this stage of the game the FBI is confident they’ve found just about everything there is to find in her emails. Now they’re setting up interviews with those who worked with her in an attempt to fully understand what she did while she was sending these emails.

The FBI seems to be have a formidable amount of info they could use against Mrs. Clinton. That being said the agents tasked to this case have yet to set dates for any of the interviews for those who worked with Clinton. This means decisive action might be delayed some time and the case will continue to remain in her shadow.

The LA times writes about this development:

The meetings also are an indication that much of the investigators’ background work – recovering deleted emails, understanding how the server operated and determining whether it was breached – is nearing completion.

“The interviews are critical to understand the volume of information they have accumulated,” said James McJunkin, former head of the FBI’s Washington field office.  “They are likely nearing the end of the investigation and the agents need to interview these people to put the information in context. They will then spend time aligning these statements with other information, emails, classified documents, etc., to determine whether there is a prosecutable case.”

What’s most disheartening to hear is some legal experts doubt Mrs. Clinton will ever be prosecuted for her mishandling of the emails. They maintain it’s unlikely a case can be made that she did anything that was really “illegal,” but her choice to have a private server could be questioned.

That’s remarkable to think, isn’t it?

Clinton and her team says the emails deemed to sensitive to release have only been qualified as such by over-zealous intelligence officials.

If that was the case then perhaps Mrs. Clinton could have just dumped them months ago, right?

What do you make of all of this?

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