Hillary blames the FBI for being "rigged" against her.
When the FBI director James Comey decided to close the investigation into Hillary's email and private server affairs several months ago, he was treated as a public enemy number one by Trump and the republican establishment and the media and Trump even used this as “evidence” in his conspiracy theory that EVERYTHING and EVERYONE were rigged against him. The FBI closed the investigation several months ago, despite damning evidence that Hillary Clinton broke US law with her mishandling of her private server, and decided not to recommend that the Justice Department bring charges against Clinton, saying that Clinton's conduct did not meet the threshold used to prosecute past violators who shared classified information over unclassified channels. Fast forward to the last weekend when the FBI announced that it was reopening the investigation into Hillary's email affair after they they found new emails.The emails that were found were part of an FBI investigation into Anthony Weiner. Weiner, the disgraced former congressman, recently separated from top Clinton aide Huma Abedin after a sexting incident where he sent nude pictures of his private parts to young girls. The FBI came accross those emails accidently while it was investigating computers and mobile phones which were owned by Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin. This actually prompted President Barack Obama to come to Comey's defence and state that he doesn't think Comey is trying to sway the presidential race and that he's just doing his job. In the weirdest twist of this election, it is now Hillary and the democrats who are spitting out deranged paranoid conspiracy theories about how the establishment is against them while Donald Trump is trying to tone down his message and rhetoric as much as possible. Basically its Hillary and the Democrats are now claiming that the elections are rigged against her! The moral of the story is that the US election might be rigged, but at least its rigged against both sides.