Unearthed! More Evidence the Hillary Clinton Team Tried to Destroy

If you are an opponent of Hillary Clinton, the email scandal is a gift that just keeps on giving. From the destruction of 30,000 emails to the recovery of more and more emails by the FBI, the drumbeat seems to continue. Judicial Watch has kept up an aggressive pursuit of recovered emails through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Their latest batch of recovered emails reveals even more about the pay-to=play game that was run by her State Department, the Clinton Foundation, and the Clinton Global Initiative. The corruption seems to just ooze off of the pages. Will there be enough of an outcry that it will reopen the various investigations into her malfeasances? According to Clinton, this is all just a tempest in a teapot, a made-up scandal. There is nothing to see here, move along, move along seems to be her mantra.

As Written By The New York Post Editorial Board for the New York Post:

Something Else Happened the week of Hillary Clinton’s book launch: the release of more “lost” e-mails that further highlight her corrupt ways.

The watchdogs at Judicial Watch shared 1,600 fresh e-mails released thanks to their Freedom of Information lawsuits — missives that Clinton & Co. failed to turn over from her private servers, but which the feds recovered from other sources.

The emails contain new examples of the Clinton Foundation requesting and receiving State Department favors, plus more cases of classified information being sent through unsecure, non-state.gov accounts.

This latest dump, notes Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, shows foundation honcho Doug Band working with Clinton aide Huma Abedin to get favors for donors, from visas to Cuba to meetings in Singapore.

“It’s there in black and white,” noted Fitton. “And I …….


Here’s more evidence Team Hillary tried to destroy | New York Post

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