The Federal Bureau of Investigation thinks Angelina Jolie‘s divorce is more important than national security and the safety of 319 million Americans?
The FBI spent over four hours in September interrogating Angelina over allegations that her husband, Brad Pitt, abused their teenage son during a heated argument aboard a private plane, according to Fox News.
In contrast, the agency spent just three and a half hours in July questioning Hillary Clinton over her alleged mishandling of classified, top-secret information during her four-year stint as Secretary of State.
The FBI spent more time questioning Angelina Jolie in child abuse probe than they did questioning Hillary Clinton for email investigation pic.twitter.com/Nlf2xKCyi1
— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) October 28, 2016
Just days after the investigation, FBI Director James Comey announced to the world that he would not press charges against Clinton, despite admitting she had been “extremely careless” when she used a private, unsecured e-mail server to conduct State Department business.
At the time, Hillary and the Clinton camp praised Comey to the skies for letting her off the hook, but the reprieve was short-lived, as Comey just reopened the FBI probe.
— Will Carr (@WillCarrFNC) October 28, 2016
The move sent shock waves around the country, with just 10 days remaining before the presidential election. While Clinton dismissed the matter, political pundits say the latest FBI controversy could sink her campaign.
As for the Jolie-Pitt investigation, Brad Pitt has denied all wrongdoing, and the matter is still pending in the superstar couple’s high-profile divorce.
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