Hillary Clinton has just been dealt deadly news involving previously redacted documents.
Posted By: Sam Di Gangi 5 May 2017
It has just become known that U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered that the U.S. State Department release to Judicial Watch “eight identical paragraphs” that had been redacted in the past, Gateway Pundit reports.
This is from “September 13, 2012, Hillary Clinton emails” and they are in regards to calls that then-President Obama had with “Egyptian and Libyan leaders immediately following the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi.”
It is said that both emails sported the subject line “Quick Summary of POTUS Calls to Presidents of Libya and Egypt” and were stored on Clinton’s now infamous “unofficial email server.” Teddy Stick reported only days ago that F.B.I. Director, James Comey, said that many felonies were involved concerning classified information with Huma Abedin and sexter, Anthony Weiner.
It seems that things are going from bad to worse for Clinton as justice catches up to her.
Judge Jackson also denied the government’s “deliberative process exemption“ which has been being used to shield Clinton. The Judge added, “the two records, even if just barely pre-decisional, are not deliberative. [The State Department] has pointed to very little to support its characterization of these two records as deliberative, and the Court’s in camera review of the documents reveals that they do not fall within that category.”
The truth may yet come out about what Clinton did not do when it came securing our men and woman from harm in Libya. The distastefully-humorous Muslim movie that she claimed set off the mob, while not making any new friends, was not the main reason for the attack. Perhaps a factor, but not the cause.
Still, let us take Mrs. Clinton at her word. A poorly made movie caused it all. At what point does that negate her responsibility to send help when needed and as much as needed? Even if her story is totally true, she has not cleared her name one bit. Therefore, the new information soon to be coming from Judicial Watch should be amazing in terms of content.
She may YET see justice.