Remember Those 33,000 Hillary Clinton Emails?

Is it time to dig deep into the Missing Hillary Clinton emails? The other pertinent question is whether or not they are really missing? If they are not missing, then who has them or in control of them? the question may very well surprise you. The other question that needs to be answered is who decided that there was not enough evidence to pursue the Clinton email and email server scandal? Was that a consensus decision reached within the FBI? Was FBI Director James Comey handed his marching orders after the chance tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch? Where has the liberal media been in all of this? The latest batch of Hillary related emails has some disturbing elements in them.

As Written By John Crudele, The New York Post:

If The New York Times, the Washington Post and now ABC News aren’t embarrassed yet, then there is no hope for what is called the Main Stream Media.

Another slew of e-mails the other day show how these news organizations tried their best to downplay a very suspicious meeting between Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on an airport tarmac at Phoenix in June 2016.

This was right in the middle of the FBI’s investigation into the disappearance of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails. Bill Clinton and Lynch said it was a chance meeting, where family matters were discussed.

A few days later FBI director James Comey blasted Hillary’s handling of her computers but recommended that she not be charged with any crimes.

Hillary has offered the same nonsensical explanation that Bill used when discussing the tarmac meeting — the missing emails were only about daughter Chelsea’s wedding. And yoga.

Again, that’s the Clintons’ way of saying that Americans are stupid……


What the liberal media is hiding about the Hillary email probe | New York Post

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