U.S. State Dept. Announces Fate of Hillary’s Deleted Emails

Americans were outraged that Hillary was still able to run for president, much less avoid prosecution, after the FBI found that she did in fact conceal evidence from investigators, so imagine the outcry that would break out if she were to win the election only for the State Department to release information proving beyond any doubt that she jeopardized national security. For all we know, it could very well trigger a revolution:

“’The American people will now see more of the emails Hillary Clinton tried to hide from them,’ Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch’s president, said in a statement. ‘Simply put, our lawsuits have unraveled Hillary Clinton’s email cover-up.’


In 2014, Clinton gave the State Department roughly 30,000 emails from her private server, which she claimed were work-related. Another similar batch of emails was purely personal, she claimed at the time, and was deleted.

However, the FBI managed to recover some of those deleted emails during the course of its yearlong investigation into Clinton’s system and discovered ‘several thousand’ that were work-related and ought to have been handed over to the State Department for record-keeping purposes. Three of those emails contained information that was classified, FBI Director James Comey told reporters last month.

The FBI finished transferring those messages back to the State Department this month.”

Source: The Hill



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