Hillary Clinton stands accused of committing some of the worst political crimes in American history.
But Clinton’s day of reckoning finally arrived.
And that’s because a judge gave Hillary Clinton a nightmare. This is why Hillary is panicking.
For years, Judicial Watch has been filing lawsuits and Freedom of Information Acts to get to the bottom of Hillary Clinton’s missing 33,000 emails as well as Clinton’s alleged mishandling of classified information on a private email server.
While the FBI and Deep State covered up for Clinton by dismissing what critics saw as clear criminal activity, there are still some judges in America committed to preserving the rule of law.
Judge Royce Lamberth ruled in favor of Judicial Watch allowing the nonpartisan group to depose Clinton and her allies about accusations Clinton used a private email server as an end run around the Freedom of Information Act and State Department record keeping procedures.
“Any further discovery should focus on whether she used a private server to evade [the Freedom of Information Act] and, as a corollary to that, what she understood about State’s records management obligations,” Lamberth held.
Lamberth fired a shot across the bow of Clinton, the FBI and the State Department when he argued that Judicial Watch should put Clinton under oath because the judge did not believe Clinton and the FBI’s story that the Bureau had all relevant Clinton work emails.
“The Court is not confident that State currently possesses every Clinton email recovered by the FBI; even years after the FBI investigation, the slow trickle of new emails has yet to be explained,” Lamberth added. “For this reason, the Court believes the subpoena [to Google] would be worthwhile and may even uncover additional previously undisclosed emails.”
Lamberth also ruled that there were too many unanswered questions surrounding Clinton and the State Department’s record keeping procedure that raised legitimate doubts that everything was on the up and up.
“How did she arrive at her belief that her private server emails would be preserved by normal State Department processes for email retention?” Lamberth added.
“Did she realize State was giving ‘no records’ responses to FOIA requests for her emails? If so, did she suspect that she had any obligation to disclose the existence of her private server to those at State handling the FOIA requests? When did she first learn that State’s records management employees were unaware of the existence of her private server? And why did she think that using a private server to conduct State Department business was permissible under the law in the first place?” Lamberth wrote.
Hillary Clinton and her allies believed they had moved past this scandal when the Justice Department quietly closed this investigation without bringing any criminal charges.
But while Judge Lamberth’s ruling will not lead to any criminal charges, it does mean that Clinton will have to answer real questions under oath for the first time about her shady actions in using a private email server to conceal documentation of her activities as Secretary of State from federal record keeping regulations.
Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.