Update on Hillary’s e-mail-gate

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by Jeff Davis

The article referenced below is long, but it’s not a bad summation of where the great e-mail drama stands right now. I am starting to suspect that Obama might be serious about having the Justice Department investigate the Hildebeest.

The Washington Post reports: “Late last month, Hillary Rodham Clinton stood before a line of television cameras at a rural Iowa campaign stop to deny reports that she had sent sensitive information over her private e-mail system.

“’I’m confident that I never sent or received any information that was classified at the time it was sent and received,’ Clinton said, dismissing claims to the contrary by federal intelligence officials as a bureaucratic dispute over what qualifies as classified.”

“The view from inside Clinton’s presidential campaign team was much the same: Clinton had done what she needed to do, there was nothing of real concern regarding the e-mails and, mostly, the whole matter was an annoyance in her efforts to win the White House.”

“The next week, however, law enforcement officials became interested, and the campaign’s apparent lack of concern began to turn into a sense of anxiety. ‘They’re worried about it,’ said a longtime Clinton adviser and confidant who agreed to discuss the mood of the campaign team only on the condition of anonymity. ‘They don’t know where it goes. That’s the problem.’ ”

Obama had a similar problem with his total lack of US citizenship papers and his still-missing long-form birth certificate. Unfortunately, the Dems didn’t want to investigate and the many cuckservatives in leadership roles in the Republican Party wouldn’t dream of looking into a Black person’s citizenship and whether a certain individual was running for office in violation of the law.

The article continues “The controversy over her private e-mail setup has moved into a new and, potentially, more serious phase. What had begun five months ago as a relatively narrow question about proper archiving of public records has become a bigger, more politically dangerous one: Whether the then-secretary of state and her close aides, in choosing to use a private e-mail system, disregarded common sense and may have put sensitive information at risk of falling into the wrong hands.”

The issue here is whether or not Hillary and Huma and Cheryl broke the law. We have enough information already to know they did, but will they be prosecuted or get a pass?

“The first warning came July 31 when a Justice Department prosecutor called Clinton’s longtime lawyer, David Kendall, seeking a thumb drive that contained a copy of the 30,000 e-mails that Clinton had turned over earlier to the State Department, according to a person briefed about the conversation. Six days later, Kendall turned over to the FBI his thumb drive — and two copies — which had been stored in a safe in his office provided by the State Department. Next, the FBI wanted Clinton’s private server. That too, has been handed over, arriving in government hands Wednesday afternoon from the New Jersey data center where it was being kept.”

This investigation is becoming so serious that frankly I think any other Democrat besides Hillary would have quit the race by now to concentrate on his or her legal defense and prioritize on not going to jail. But we’re talking about Hillary, who is above the law… so far.

The one thing that no one in the mainstream media has bothered to mention is that Hillary set up this private e-mail server to TAKE BRIBES. She didn’t want anyone to see her communications as she sold favors to various Third World governments. If you don’t think this sort of thing happens, how do you think we got stuck with NAFTA and GATT? A lot of “our” politicians took bribes for voting on those treason treaties and paving the way to outsource millions of jobs to China and Mexico.

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