Following news Friday about a potential new FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton, conservative talk radio host Glenn Beck predicted "a vote for Hillary is a vote for [Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim] Kaine" because the former secretary of state won't be in the Oval Office long, should she win on Election Day.
Beck, who claimed to speak to a source inside the FBI, said he sees "no way" for the federal agency to release a letter suggesting it "learned of emails that appear to be pertinent" to the Clinton email probe and "go nowhere with it."
"I think there is a real possibility that — if Hillary Clinton is still elected — that she will be investigated, there will be a grand jury, she will begin her career in scandal and it won't be too long that she will either be indicted or be impeached. I think for 'health reasons,' she will quickly resign."
Reports of the FBI's reexamination of its probe of Clinton came as a surprise to the Democratic presidential nominee's team and even the White House, who claimed to receive no "advance warning" of the letter FBI Director James Comey sent to Congress.
The new documents that called Clinton into question were uncovered during the bureau's investigation into disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner's sexting scandal. Weiner is the husband of senior Clinton aide Huma Abedin.