Tomorrow is supposed to be the Big Day, the moment when Wikileaks drops the "bombshell" we've all been waiting for.
But does it even matter?
All signs point to complete collapse for the Clinton campaign. The great gamble was that Hillary and her minions would be able to keep the plates spinning until November 9th and then use the power of the presidency to squash the investigations. That is increasingly looking like a losing bet.
Though generally not a fan of freelance hacking, Wikileaks has helped expose the utterly incestuous and corrupt nature of the Clinton cash machine and its willing enablers within the mainstream press.
What does it say about Hillary Clinton's qualities as a candidate and leader that even with CNN operatives feeding her debate questions in advance, she still struggled to put away Bernie Sanders?
Donald Trump in the last few weeks has become almost a new man - focused, dignified, policy-oriented. I watched his announcement last week of the FBI investigation and was impressed by his restraint and sense of the moment.
Hillary may yet achieve an electoral victory, but the momentum is clearly with Trump. His supporters are confident, fired up and motivated.
Hillary's speeches are shrill and desperate. The polls that once loved her are now turning.
Reports are leaking out that the black vote - crucial to carry states like Michigan and Pennsylvania - is uninspired by her plans to repopulate the inner cities with Arabs.
Being from Michigan, I think there is a good chance Trump may carry the state. The blue-collar workers here have been hammered for decades with plant closings and job losses. Hillary's messages of free trade and open borders don't play well here.
The shift will come from unexpected places - Saginaw, Bay City, the suburbs of Flint and downriver Detroit. The Democrat base has long been unhappy with the national party's stance on guns and abortion, but jobs are the last straw. When the last plant closes, what good will the union be?
Hillary's offer of free college tuition has no appeal to people who work with their hands.
I think that the only reason the polling has been as good for Hillary as it has been is that western Michigan has been slow to embrace Trump. That now seems to be changing. As the election nears its culmination, the divided GOP is coming together and the Democrat coalition is splintering on economic and racial lines.
The next Wikileaks revelation could be merely the icing on the cake.