Democrats Should Demand Random Sampling Of Emails First

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves to supporters during a  campaign rally in Sanford, Florida, on Novem
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves to supporters during a campaign rally in Sanford, Florida, on November 1, 2016. With one week to go until election day, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were barnstorming battleground states, as the Democratic nominee tried to pivot away from attacks on her protection of US secrets. / AFP / JEWEL SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Republicans like Hugh Hewitt are now worried that the new group of emails have nothing whatsoever to do with Secretary of State Clinton, and thus she may receive exoneration. After all, Trump has already called Comey a hero, (unlike John McCain who, according to the draft-dodger, was not a hero because he was captured.)

Time is not on the side of the Clinton campaign. Every day that passes with the doubt Hewitt and Trump would like to persist is a day lost for the Democrats.

Here's a solution: While they are doing the full review, FBI should put out a random sampling of the emails. A statistician can set up the algorithm and provide a percentage likelihood that the sampling missed anything.

Although not removing all doubt, the random sample can remove much of it.