FBI, Hillary, and the Smoking Gun

Earlier this week, John Podesta, the Clinton campaign chairman, gave a “new explanation” for Hillary’s private email system, claiming she was just following her predecessors.

“Had Secretary Clinton known of any concerns about her email setup at the time, she would have taken steps to address them. She believed she was following the practices of other Secretaries and senior officials,” John Podesta wrote in a memo.

Truth and Action reported that the Inspector General has found that Hillary “did not comply with the Department’s policies that were implemented in accordance with the Federal Records Act.”  In the lengthy audit, the State Department has now proof that as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton never acquired a “review by legal counsel” regarding her email set up and  her aides, who lied on her behalf, claim that her system was indeed legally approved.

“At a minimum, Secretary Clinton should have surrendered all emails dealing with Department business before leaving government service,” says the Inspector General report. No amount of bleating about what Condi Rice did, back when America Online and dial-up Internet were all the rage, can excuse Clinton for deliberately refusing to comply with such a basic, common-sense requirement.

Hillary was intentional in her choice to break the Federal Records Act.  She continued to lie, changing her story as needed, but the evidence is stacked heavily against her.

The lies keep tripping her up and this time, after claiming again and again, “I am confident that I never sent or received any information that was classified at the time it was sent and received. What I think you’re seeing here is a very typical kind of discussion, to some extent disagreement among various parts of the government, over what should or should not be publicly released,” her emails are proving this to be another falsehood.

Wikilinks tweeted an email exchanged that proves otherwise.

Late Tuesday, WikiLeaks posted a tweet that may or may not compound Clinton’s woes in regard to her use of an unsecured email server:

Is this email the FBI’s star exhibit against Hillary Clinton (“H”)? wikileaks.org/clinton-emails


The latest excuse offered by Clinton is that she unknowingly violated federal regulations and did not deliberately remove confidential data in order to send it through her unsecured server.

The above tweet reveals beyond a doubt Clinton is lying.

If the FBI does not act on this latest information, we may conclude Clinton is receiving preferential treatment and she will not be forced to step down as the Democrat presidential nominee, to say nothing of facing prosecution.

Earlier this month prosecutors and FBI agents investigating Clinton said they did not find sufficient evidence that she intended to break classification rules. A grand jury has not convened in the case and influential Democrats, including Senator Dianne Feinstein, have pushed hard to make the scandal go away before the election.

Source: InfoWars

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