Just a few weeks after getting lambasted by just about everyone outside of the Clinton campaign for dumping investigation notes on the media the Friday before Labor Day weekend, in an obvious attempt to "bury the story", last night the Federal Bureau of Immunity did it again dropping nearly 200 pages of new, redacted interview notes.
Perhaps one of the most interesting discoveries in the new notes comes from yet another "Undisclosed PRN Staff Member." Apparently, after receiving a request from Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson (both of whom we no know were granted immunity deals by the DOJ) back in December 2014 to change Hillary's email retention policy to 60 days, this "Undisclosed PRN Staff Member" wrote a work ticket that referred to the request as "the Hillary coverup operation." Per the FBI notes:
But don't worry folks, according to the FBI's notes on the interview conducted on February 18, 2016, this "Undisclosed PRN Staff Member" assured the FBI that the comment was just "a joke." Apparently that explanation was good enough for the FBI so we should probably just take it at face value as well.