Even More Hillary E-Mails Have Been Found -- What's The Deal With This Broad?

Submitted by: 5cats 8 months ago News & Politics
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The 9th batch that Judicial Watch has fought to expose. The Freedom Of Information act says the public has a Constitutional right to this sort of data. And Hillary had a duty to turn over every single Secretary Of State document when she left office. She did nothing of the sort, it took another court-order to force her to turn SOME documents over, and she lied under oath when she said that was all of them. Hundreds of work e-mails have been found since then, each one a "Smoking Gun" to show her crime.

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Male 2,423
"Hillary Clinton employees, chief aide, chief of staff, while she was secretary of state, were commingling people and funds and influence, who knows what else, while Hillary was secretary of state. While all of this was going on, the secretary of state, one Hillary Rodham Clinton, directed her internet technology chief to build an illegal, private, hidden server in order to connect the Department of State with the Clinton Crime Family Foundation...But the big news of the day is that Donald Trump really stepped in it trying to be sarcastic."---------------Rush LImbaugh...
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Male 1,627
too bad nothing is going to happen because she's a Clinton and Clintons are exempt from committing crimes
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Male 730
I swear they are like 21st century Kennedys without the Camelot mystique.
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Male 1,906
PFT: It's hard to believe how corrupt the politics, media, business, and societies have become, huh? Sort of like.. crumbling right before our very eyes while falling deeper and deeper down a hole..
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Male 1,255
I have connections in certain gov depts and it's truly fucked up how they twist the belief of what she did into, "it's fiiiine." The culture needs of protecting the corporate CEOs in government needs to change.
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Male 6,430
I agree that the status quo between high end donors and government is much too cozy. We do need a major shakeup to get rid of these relationships. Ie like voting out all of the current represenatives in Congress. EVERY single one needs to go in order to make change happen. Even the representatives you like. Need to get progressive or change makers in positions of power.
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Male 1,330
If only the cookware manufacturers could figure out the Clinton method, we would only have to buy it once and be able to pass it on to future generations. Nothing sticks to these people.
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Male 2,423
Off topic but have you tried cast iron? Cheap, nonstick and WILL last for generations.
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Male 1,330
I have my grandmother's cast iron skillet along with a lot of other kitchen gear. Some of it dates back to the 1930's
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Male 1,877
Wow, Clinton's are normal corrupt politicians? Is it 1990?
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Male 2,423
Yeah, let us just wait until she IS president and then somebody does find the really juicy stuff (I'm thinking they already have) and then lords it over her head....you know...blackmail. Now we have a president compromised in the worst possible way. THAT will be good for the country...yeah...happy days folks.
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Male 1,122
So a separate legal entity claims she has not performed a criminal activity, and because they didn't give the answer you think they should have, they are wrong and she is a monster. Don't get me wrong, I think she is criminal too and I think the democratic party should have used that to nominate Bernie sanders, but I'm willing to put aside my bias in the face of people actually investigating and delivering a verdict on the issue. I don't hold my position and double down in the face of someone who has actually taken the time to thoroughly investigate the issue and whose job it is to bring charges if wrong doing is found. But please, let us know how your internet digging and conspiracy hunting on all things democrat should have more weight than the verdicts of the investigation as handled by the FBI.
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Male 37,267
The "verdict" was that she and others absolutely broke many laws, but there was little chance of getting a conviction, so charges weren't recommended. Those were Comey's words. How is that possible? Because Obama, Lynch, Bill and the DNC all said so! That's why. She broke laws, knowingly, it is plain as daylight. Anyone else would be in prison by now.
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Male 37,267
Oh, the 171 work e-mails found so far? That is JUST from Judicial Watch's actions! The FBI found more than 800 on her "cleaned" drives, and hundreds more have been found from other sources, like people she sent work-related (and often classified!) e-mails to. From their documents either subpoenaed or hacked. So it is well over 1000+ of the 30,000 she deleted. Since most of those 30K haven't been recovered or discovered yet? It's a safe bet there are more! >>> And it only takes ONE deleted document to be a crime! Keep that in mind! She's an "accomplished lawyer" right? She HAS TO KNOW what she did was illegal. The whole point of the illegal private server was to leave no "paper trail" behind, to illegally hide her work from public scrutiny. And the entire time she has been lying about it all, yet the Democrats don't seem to care about crimes or truthfulness...
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Male 6,430
Once again, There's not enough there there. It could be that the Billionaire lebeanese guy was either benevolent trying to help the United States, or he could have been trying to help himself, or they were both true. In either case the meeting didn't really happen, and nothing came of it. It's similar to the whole Bengazhi issue. There simply isn't any there there. Nothing provable one way or another.
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Male 3,293
I hate to bring it to your attention nf2 but it's pretty evident, based on some of the things I have seen you get worked up about regarding her opponent, that if Clinton were a Republican there would be more than enough "there there" for you.
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Male 6,430
Not at all. Does it "look bad" sure? But it also isn't illegal, depending on what was done. Someone seeking to help the state department to instill their wisdom isn't illegal. It isn't wrong. Using your position to give favors is a problem. I'll agree with you. The Clintons walk that very fine line. With that said I'm don't falsely accuse people without due process like you seem to like doing when it's someone you don't like.
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Male 37,267
I know trimble! Isn't it amazing how NF2 can simply overlook actual criminal activity by Hillary and be so super-focused on ALLEGED mis-doings by Trump? It beggars the imagination!! How anyone can imagine that the FBI said she was "innocent" is beyond me. He stood there and listed her illegal actions, there were so many! And that was just from ONE of her many scandals. Yet Trump says something, it gets distorted by the MSM and presto! NF2 is all over it! Even after it is proven to be false. Just amazing.
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Male 6,430
Listen if Comey didn't bring charges or even advise charges then I'm going to side with the Republican on this. He had the ability to do something and he did what he did. Didn't recommend charges. I'm taking the word of the people who actually investigated this. They were god damn republicans. I wanted Bernie to win and Comey had the ability and reason to recommend charges but didn't. Sorry for taking the word of a Republican over that of an internet troll.
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Male 37,267
Except that she obviously lied under oath when she told the Committee she had turned over every single work-related e-mail. That is Felony Perjury, the same crime Bill was guilty of doing. And several other illegal things are proven as fact by these e-mails, like Hillary committed perjury when she left office: she signed a waiver saying she had turned over EVERY work-related document in her possession. Clearly she did not! She didn't even turn over ONE document! And no one in the Obama administration found that a little bit... odd? 4 years and zero documents? >>> And that she deleted e-mails that were under a separate court order. These are indisputable facts. She's an "accomplished lawyer" right? She HAD TO KNOW how illegal all these things, and a whole lot more, were!
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