There is action in the courts, FBI and DOH systems that never get reported by the media. Well okay, maybe FOX News reports some of it but certainly not the other ‘fake news’ outlets.
To hear the things we’d like to see happening, we must rely on ourselves to do the research. Personally, I don’t mind doing it. I’m good at finding it.
As part of a watchdog’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, a federal judge has ordered the State Department to search the ‘state.gov’ email accounts of Hillary Clinton aides Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Jacob Sullivan for records related to Benghazi. It’s about time.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, “This major court ruling may finally result in more answers about the Benghazi scandal — and Hillary Clinton’s involvement in it –as we approach the attack’s fifth anniversary. It is remarkable that we had to battle both Obama and Trump administrations to break through the State Department’s Benghazi stonewall.”
In a separate case, as part of a watchdog group’s lawsuit related to last year’s Hillary Clinton email case, he FBI has turned over 7,000 new documents from Anthony Weiner’s private laptop to the State Department.
Emails from Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin reveal friends of the Clinton Foundation and political allies were looking for personal favors from the Clinton State Department.
The documents shows some very well-connected players. These emails were among 1,606 pages the conservative watchdog group got from the State Department as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement, “Pay to play, classified information mishandling, influence peddling, cover ups—these new emails show why the criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s conduct must be resumed.”
We don’t know whether or not this new information or the persistence on the part of the Freedom of Information Act or Judicial Watch will actually get Hillary Clinton and others locked up but at least this can’t be making it easy for Hillary to sleep at night.