Predictably, on Wednesday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the Justice Department would not be seeking an indictment against Hillary Clinton in the case of her private email server scandal. This was certainly no surprise following FBI Director James Comey's recommendation that — despite plenty of evidence of wrongdoing — she not face charges.
It's nice to be a Clinton.
The mainstream media, in large part, has aided and abetted Hillary Clinton in her lies regarding her emails. Reporters have tossed softball questions at her — if they even bring up the scandal, to begin with.
One person in the media who has not given Clinton a free pass on the issue is Breitbart's Peter Schweizer. Schweizer's book, Clinton Cash — A New York Times bestseller — detailed a myriad of shady deals and quid pro quo favors between countries, individuals, and corporations who donated to the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton's State Department. Now Schweizer — who knows the Clintons better than almost anyone — is asking the question: what exactly is in all of those emails that Hillary Clinton deleted?
He has a few ideas.
To see what could be in those forever-deleted emails and what we may still learn, continue reading on the next page: