The public learned on March 10, 2015 that Hillary Clinton had more than 60,000 emails on her private email system, and that she had turned over "about half" of them to the State Department and destroyed the rest, which she said were "personal" and "not in any way related" to her work as Secretary of State. The public learned later the lengths to which Clinton went to make sure the "personal" emails were completely and permanently deleted. Her team used a commercial-strength program called BleachBit to erase all traces of the emails, and they used hammers to physically destroy mobile devices
How one person can send/receive 30,000 emails about yoga, wedding plans, personal plans etc that´s 82 emails every day for a year, or 41 emails everyday for two years or 27 emails everyday for three years is beyond me. Hillary would have had to spend all her waking hours working on private emails. Besides she doesn´t look like the yoga type to me. The missing emails were documentation of her corruption and illegalities and we all know that.
Of course they were incriminating emails! She would have put them out there otherwise... just to prove it. At some point she had to know lying about them was hurting her in the campaign, but wait out the clock.. she was going to win anyway.
The problem is, no one on the GOP side was hunting for them. The one campaign that could have the expertise was the Jeb campaign.. and we all know he couldnt do it. Bubba´s other brother nailed that coffin.
Little test for the MSM.. IF someone came to you with them, would you publish them? Even if it meant a Pulitzer, I bet you´d pass.
Hillary spent 4 years as Secretary of State sending classified information on an unsecured server with her address being Hillary@clintonemail.com.
Ask yourself who in the world would NOT hack into an address like that given the chance and the ability? Of course Putin has them, as does Un in North Korea, the mullahs in Iran, the Saudis and probably even the thug in Venezuela. I´d bet that the NY Slimes is even sitting on them.
The idea that Putin would have preferred Trump over Illary is insane. He can´t blackmail Trump. He would have spent her entire presidency blackmailing Illary on a minute by minute basis.
Some day those emails are going to turn up. I hope that I´m still around to enjoy the fallout.
Motherlode of emails? Fuhgeddaboudit! The real question is not Sir Edmund´s emails, but why one of history´s most notorious international gangsters isn´t scrubbing pots & pans in a maximum security federal penitentiary this morning!...Any arguments?
The Clinton people fully understood how close to disaster they had come on the 30,000 bleach-bitted emails, and how unlikely it was that Comey and Lynch would, in the immortal words of Webb Hubbell, "roll over one more time." Hence the need to send a message to all other would be leakers -- or, as John Podesta put it in one of his own e-mails, "make an example" of the DNC leaker they had somehow unmasked themselves. May poor Seth Rich Rest In Peace, and may the light of truth finally shine on the Clintons, the feckless and feculent fraud and failure Barack Hussein Obama, and on all the other crooks and cowards who helped them in their crimes or who, like the Fake and Fraudulent Enemedia, looked the other way and stayed silent.
Zeke Emanuel is now a Fox contributor! Think about that for a moment. Yesterday, Zeke said that the Russians have meddled,contacted presidential capaigns for several electionm cycles now, and prior to Trum,p Jr.s case, EVERY TIME THAT HAPPENED, THE CAMPAIGN CALLED THE FBI. How would he know that? Coward Comey? Acting Director NcCabe? And how would they know that??
Excellent comments by all. Most people in the country are frustrated by the sheer hypocrisy of the dems. The only good thing about this whole mess is that they don´t understand how much they are loathed by voters and that includes the dems who voted for Trump. Obama did one thing he didn´t count on. He exposed just how willfully corrupt his party is. The media´s refusal to acknowledge the complete breakdown of security by his administration is a death knell for them also. It may take time but Americans have had enough.
Donald Jr. should insist on public hearing. He should answer every question with a detailed preface of a Clinton crime description.
"Well I had heard about Secretary of State Clinton taking money from the Russians for her approval of the Russians buying our uranium mines."
"Well I had read about how ex-President Clinton had taking an absurd amount of money, half a million dollars, to give a short speech to the Russians and many believe it appears that it was a just a way to launder the money into the Clinton´s pockets to make it look like it wasn´t a bribe to Secretary of State Clinton."
The Clinton crimes have not being covered by the MSM so it would be a good time to get them exposed on prime time.
Whose to say that if the Russians had actually turned over the thirty three thousand Clinton e-mails to Trump Jr., that he would not have then turned them over to the FBI?
That would have been the smart move, as the Trump crew would know what was in them, then it would be up to the FBI to do their thing if the e-mails contained evidence of criminal activity, and from what we know now, somebody easily could have leaked them to whoever at the appropriate time.
That hilarious and politically incorrect line was spoken by Liz Torres´ character on the old John Laroquette show. She was showing her frustration after doing due diligence recycling and separating her trash into paper and plastic only to watch sanitation crews dump it all together in one truck. I recycle because in NYC you will get fined by inspectors if they find recyclables in regular trash but I also know that these efforts will do absolutely nothing to save the planet. With the current hurricane activity being hyped as if it is unprecedented (it is not) the climate change sycophants are in full hype mood and it's time to shed light on what
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