Hillary Clinton is terrified that the world will finally see her email.
She’s engaging in a desperate legal battle to keep them from being revealed.
Hillary Clinton pathetically begged when this bombshell on her emails dropped.
It’s not typical for a Secretary of State to be sending classified information from a private email that’s run from a server in her basement.
But since Hillary Clinton is a Democrat the media didn’t question the fact that Hillary Clinton didn’t know the rules for handling classified information and that an employee wiped her server of 33,000 “personal” emails without her knowledge after the emails had been subpoenaed.
FBI Director James Comey found that Clinton was “extremely careless” in the way she handled information and ignored the fact that being extremely careless with classified information can be considered a crime.
Instead, the FBI concentrated on watching the Trump campaign.
Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, is trying to make sure that every attempt is made to adequately find the lost emails and Clinton is trying to stop the depositions against her.
Judicial Watch is arguing that without all the emails it’s impossible to know if Clinton was trying to avoid the Freedom of Information Act.
Official Correspondence is supposed to be saved and Clinton may have broken that rule with the deleted emails.
“Why is it that four years after the FBI closed its investigation that there are still additional Clinton emails that are being produced. Why were they not searched or produced or located earlier?” asked Judicial Watch attorney Ramona Cotca. She later added, “Even today, the State Department does not know what is the universe of Clinton emails from the State Department — that is the significant issue here.”
Clinton’s team went to the Court of Appeals to try and get the deposition of the emails thrown out.
“Clinton’s legal team asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to issue a writ of mandamus, a corrective order which would instruct the lower court to change its ruling ordering Clinton and Mills to be deposed. U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth said in March, ‘It is time to hear directly from Secretary Clinton.’” The Washington Examiner reported.
Two of the three judges that reviewed the case are Obama appointees.
However, Judge Robert Wilkins, one of the Obama appointees, asked: “Why wouldn’t it be relevant to depose Secretary Clinton or Ms. Mills to clarify who may have corresponded with either of them or in general about the Benghazi talking points?”
The Clinton lawyer claims that the only reason for the deposition was harassment.
The State Department found that there were instances of classified information being used “inappropriately.”
The American people deserve information on whether the deleted emails were official state business or not.
The mainstream media and the FBI may feel that she’s not guilty but neither of them are trustworthy sources.
Hopefully Clinton’s appeal will fail and the world will be able to see the emails her employee deleted.