The Clintons continue to wreak havoc on Washington.
The political family runs around Washington with no fear of consequence.
And the FBI made a major announcement that could finally land Hillary in jail.
Hillary Clinton is corrupt, there is no question about it.
The former First Lady and Secretary of State was Donald Trump’s competition in the 2016 presidential race.
And while Clinton did all she could to lie, cheat and manipulate, she came up short.
The people had spoken, and they wanted Trump.
But that didn’t stop Clinton from wreaking havoc on this country.
While acting as Secretary of State, Clinton used an illegal, private, unsecured and unmonitored email server to store classified information.
This led to disaster.
Foreign powers were able to hack the server and obtain sensitive information about important United States intel.
The FBI tried Clinton, but she got away with this crime.
And now, it has been revealed that the FBI has found more emails that Clinton was hiding.
The FBI found more Hillary Clinton emails. This is, of course, after the State Department assured us long ago it had produced all releasable Clinton emails, including emails recovered by the FBI that Clinton tried to destroy or withhold.
If the FBI is only now finding more emails, it stands to reason that there is far more that Clinton is both hiding and getting away with.
We released 80 pages of emails that further document how former Secretary of State Clinton used her unsecure, non-government email system to transmit classified and other sensitive government information.
There are 11 new Clinton emails. The emails include one sent by Clinton a month after the Benghazi terrorist attack referencing a “Benghazi security” issue. The emails also include talking points, which are redacted, for a meeting with President Obama.
This is the second release from the batch of Clinton emails the FBI inexplicably found late last year.
The State Department previously claimed it had produced all releasable Clinton emails, including emails recovered by the FBI that Clinton tried to destroy or withhold. The State Department initially claimed all responsive emails had been produced in 2018, but then found more emails, which were produced for the first time early this year.
News networks, like Breitbart, have been able to obtain copies of these sensitive emails through a FOIA lawsuit filed against the former Secretary of State.
The new emails include an October 13, 2012, message from Clinton telling private attorney Robert Barnett about a conversation with Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s senior advisor and deputy chief of staff, about Benghazi: “Jake and I were discussing the Benghazi security issue since he tried to tell [Redacted] would be asked about it but they didn’t think so. Might be good for you to call Jake too.” Clinton also mentions then-candidate Mitt Romney’s “47% remark,” referring to his dismissal of Obama voters as irresponsible.
The State Department did not provide information about where the emails were found; why they were not previously produced; or if additional records are anticipated. In November 2019, the State Department first disclosed to the court that the FBI had found this latest batch of emails. In a December 2019 court hearing, a Justice Department attorney could not tell a federal court judge how and where the FBI discovered the new cache of Clinton emails. In authorizing additional discovery, including the deposition testimony of Hillary Clinton, in this separate Judicial Watch lawsuit, U.S. District Court Judge Lamberth specifically referenced the FBI’s recent discovery of Clinton emails:
With each passing round of discovery, the Court is left with more questions than answers. What’s more, during the December 19, 2019, status conference, Judicial Watch disclosed that the FBI recently produced approximately thirty previously undisclosed Clinton emails. State failed to fully explain the new emails’ origins when the Court directly questioned where they came from.
Even though many important questions remain unanswered, the Justice Department inexplicably still takes the position that the Court should close discovery and rule on dispositive motions. The Court is especially troubled by this. To argue that the Court now has enough information to determine whether State conducted an adequate search is preposterous, especially when considering State’s deficient representations regarding the existence of additional Clinton emails.
Clinton has betrayed and seriously injured this country, time and time again.
She has leaked sensitive information that could be used to attack us, as well as hiding key information from the leaders of this country.
Clinton must not continue to be held unaccountable.