• September 22, 2023

Rep. Steve King: Congress Has Copies of the 650K+ Emails And We WILL Read Them

An Iowa Congressman claimed on Sunday that Republicans on Capitol Hill have copies of the 650,000 emails the FBI recovered from a computer belonging to Anthony Weiner.

‘The good thing is, Congress has preserved them for our access,’ Iowa Rep. Steve King said before a Donald Trump rally in Sioux City.

‘So the Weiner leaks, the WikiLeaks, you name your leaks, we’ve got our hands on all of them – 650,000 emails.’

King also suggested that the number of emails related to the FBI investigation may be larger than 650,000.

‘It’s crazy to think that this America is going to step into a world of Hillary,’ the conservative congressman said, ‘a world of Hillary with her corruption that goes so deep that we’re now at 750,000 hidden emails.’

The FBI seized Weiner’s laptop as part of a federal probe into allegations, first reported by DailyMail.com, that he carried on a lurid sexting relationship with a 15-year-old girl.

The machine has yielded a treasure trove of messages that include some related to Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

Some of those emails could disprove Clinton’s claim under oath that she gave the State Department all of her work-related messages in 2014.

It’s unclear how members of Congress might have obtained copies of the emails from Weiner’s laptop, since they are part of an ongoing criminal investigation.

But news reports have described an atmosphere of outrage at the FBI among rank-and-file agents who believe Clinton was let off the hook after thousands of classified documents were found among the messages on her server.

King’s Capitol Hill spokeswoman did not respond to a request for clarification.

The rock-ribbed right-winger, who once backed Sen. Ted Cruz on the basis of his Christian bona fides, is now in Trump’s corner as Tuesday’s election could swing Iowa in either direction.

‘Donald Trump and the Republican Party have the right stand’ on a range of issues including ‘abortion, euthanasia, stem cell research and same-sex marriage,’ he said.

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