Hillary Clinton can’t seem to stay out of Bad News. I guess that’s the price of corruption. It’s ironic indeed that the very weapons she tried to use against Trump are now coming back to haunt her.
Honestly, it’s like she’s throwing boomerangs at Trump, and she thinks they’re grenades.
But this new revelation is about old news. Because the old scandals are still the biggest…and Hillary’s worst crimes still involve her emails.
And there are 40,000 pages still left to investigate.
The Independent Journal Review reports:
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is back in the spotlight. It’s about [her] emails.
At a recent court hearing, however, the Department acknowledged that this isn’t even half of the total number of records that they have to release.
They still have 40,000 pages of emails that they still have to go through.
Mind you – and I’ve said this before, too – the only reason we even know about this is because of the tireless work of the crack team of lawyers at Judicial Watch. It’s because of them, and them alone, that Hillary might finally receive some justice.
And JW president Tom Fitton is somewhat pissed.
“Secretary Tillerson should be asked why his State Department is still sitting on a motherlode of Clinton emails. It is disheartening that an administration elected to ‘drain the swamp’ is stalling the release of documents to protect Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.”
I think we’re going to find out DOJ and FBI were ruined under the Obama admin and ruined to protect Mrs. Clinton. https://t.co/VTYLn1I6o8
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) October 26, 2017
Fitton is right. And I’m guessing that Tillerson is to blame here. He’s been at odds with Trump before, and has clearly shown a tendency to go his own way when he disagrees with the Commander in Chief.
Which is to say, if he doesn’t think the issue is important, he probably won’t do anything about it.
But it is important. The greatest criminal of our time might well get away with betraying the country.
Thank God some good conservative activists still care about justice.
Source: Independent Journal Review