Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom was on Lou Dobbs trying to fill in the blanks on the FBI investigation into the newly discovered 650,000 emails in the Clinton FBI investigation. Kallstrom made a pretty dramatic statement towards the end of the video that tells us just how serious this breach of confidential government information is and how it used to be handled:
Lou Dobbs: So you would agree with those who say it would take something substantial for Comey to have gone this far. He’s not sitting here looking at a pig in a poke.
Former FBI Asst. Director James Kallstrom: No I don’t think so but I don’t really think he knows how big the pig is or how big the poke is. And when you look at it this way could there be anything more important than the stuff they didn’t look at the first time. You know, top secret, SAP, Special Access Program. We shot people at firing squad for disclosing this information in World War II.