Democratic strategist James Carville blew up over the FBI's Hillary Clinton email investigation during an interview with MSNBC, putting blame on the bureau, House Republicans, and the KGB.
"He was acting in concert and coordination with the coordination with the House Republicans. End of story," Carville said Monday of FBI director James Comey, who brought new life to the Clinton case last Friday after citing new evidence.
"We also have the extraordinary case of the KGB being involved in this race and selectively leaking things from the Clinton campaign that they hacked.
"American democracy is really under attack here. The question is: How are we, in particular Democrats, gonna respond to this?"
Carville made the remarks on "MSNBC Live With Thomas Roberts."
Carville's mention of the KGB was a reference to reports that say Russia was behind the theft of emails from the Democratic National Committee and people close to Clinton, the Democrat presidential nominee. Those emails are being released by WikiLeaks.
"People have to decide, do we want our country for ourselves and the people in charge, or are we gonna let the KGB and the House Republicans decide this election," Carville said.
Carville was aggressive and fired up throughout the interview and accused Roberts of defending the FBI's actions to reopen the investigation just days before the Nov. 8 presidential election.
"This is unbelievable eight days before an election, and it's more unbelievable that people like you are defending this," Carville said. "I think this is an outrage and I think the fact that the KGB is involved in this election is an outrage."
Carville called on the FBI to release information about what it has found in emails discovered on a laptop owned by top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her estranged husband Anthony Weiner, a former congressman.
"If there's not something substantial, and I mean really substantial, then this is in effect an attempt to hijack an election," he said. "It's gotta be called for what it is."
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