It’s almost as she’s . . . a little bit worried by what might come next.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss the whole thing. The statement and Q&A together last less than four minutes. That said, my favorite part comes at 2:10, where the panic visibly starts to creep in as she sees it all possibly slipping away:
You know, I think people a long time ago made up their minds about the emails. I think that’s factored in to what people think, and now they’re choosing a President. So I would urge everybody to get and vote in all the states that have early voting, because I think Americans want a President who can lead our country, who can get the economy working for everyone, not just those at the top, and who can bring our country together.
Please hurry. Vote as soon as you can! Before . . . before the next shoe drops . . .
Her prepared remarks closely track the points made in the John Podesta email reported earlier. The talking points are clear: 1) We’re 11 days out from the election; 2) Comey says he doesn’t know if the emails are significant; 3) nothing will change from the FBI’s decision in July; and 4) hurry up and get the details out.
Her smile has never looked so forced.