BOOM: Newt Drops A MASSIVE Truth Bomb On James Comey … ‘Comey Must Be…

The Blaze reported Sunday that FBI Director James Comey announced that the FBI would not change their conclusion in regards to the criminal probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server in handling of official State Department business. This eleventh hour announcement comes on the heels of an announcement 11 days before the election that new emails were discovered and that the FBI was reopening the investigation.

Director Comey has come under intense criticism over his earlier announcement, with calls that the announcement to reopen the investigation was politically motivated. Now that he has announced the FBI’s position not to recommend charges, the political allegations are flying once again.

Newt Gingrich tweeted the following:

No one would be criticized unfairly for coming to the conclusion that this whole affair has been politicized from the start. The meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch on the tarmac in Phoenix just days before Director Comey announced that the FBI would not recommend pursuing charges.

Then, the sudden announcement eleven days before the election that almost a million new emails were discovered and that none of them were duplicates of emails that had previously been discovered. He reported to Congress in a letter that the FBI was reopening the investigation.

Now, with just 48 hours before the election, Director Comey has now announced that he still cannot recommend charges against Secretary Clinton. I find it impossible to remove political maneuvering from the equation here.

One has to wonder though, just whose side is Comey on? He has opened himself up to criticism from both sides, and still, against all appearances to the contrary, has deemed that Hillary should not have charges filed against her. I don’t know about you, but I’m getting whiplash just trying to follow Comey.

Damage has been done to the Clinton camp however, and the 11th-day announcement seems to have cut quite a bit of momentum out from under Hillary. Trump has closed in the polls, Clinton has faltered. Must needed time in which the candidates could spend making their final arguments was wasted. And even though this may do a lot to rebuild her viability, it may simply be too little too late for her to recover.