Ed Klein, one of the best investigative journalists on Hillary’s trail, says that his sources tell him that the “Justice Department is close to empaneling a grand jury and deciding whether to grant statutory immunity to Huma Abedin, Hillary’s closest adviser.”
Klein has a solid history of accurate reporting and has developed a reputation as a very credible source for all things related to Hillary.
Here are some of Mr. Klein’s reports from the Hillary Daily:
“Klein, who rarely gets it wrong, notes that such a development would force Abedin to testify under oath, facing perjury charges if she lies. He ads that he is ‘also told that Hillary herself will most likely be forced to testify.’
“[He] has previously reported that the FBI has notified Hillary’s three closest aides, Abedin, Cheryl Mills, and Jake Sullivan, that they will be required to testify.
“Klein concludes that these developments indicate that FBI Director James Comey is ‘moving inexorably’ toward recommending an indictment of Hillary.
“He says that his sources say that Attorney General Loretta Lynch would likely duck the decision on indicting Hillary, punting it to a special counsel to give it at least the appearance of nonpartisan impartiality.”
Klein is the author of two recent bestselling books that document the rift between the Obamas and the Clintons: Blood Feud and Unlikeable, has demonstrated that his sources run deep into the FBI and the Justice Department.
His report should be taken very, very seriously, not the least by the Democratic Party as it hurtles toward nominating a woman who may either be the object of a special prosecutor investigation or be indicted by the time of the election.
While the evidence mounts towards an indictment, the Clintons have had a magical way of escaping legal trouble in the past. However, Hillary may not be able to wiggle out of this legal jam.
This begs the question: What will happen first – nomination or indictment?