Along with the exoneration of President Donald Trump in the sordid Russia-gate collusion affair, many of his supporters have hoped for justice to finally be served for Hillary Clinton’s email crimes during the 2016 election cycle.
After two years of woeful inaction under former AG Jeff Sessions, new Attorney General William Barr has served notice that he intends to get to the bottom of how Robert Mueller’s investigation came to be. He wants to know if it was fueled by false information perpetrated by our own intelligence agencies for political purposes or not.
Judicial Watch, the government watchdog group that has uncovered almost everything we know so far about Hillary’s misdeeds (as opposed to the mainstream media who has either ignored or hid Hillary’s crimes) has delivered again. This time they bring us we 422 pages they received of FBI documents and emails that chronicle a shocking cover up Hillary Clinton’s shocking email scandal.
The documents reveal that Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) Charles McCullough relayed concerns about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s hundreds of thousands of emails that passed through her homemade server, most of which contained “classified information.” Not the one or two Hillary claimed that got by her.
Judicial Watch also found handwritten notes and emails written in June and July 2015 that reflect “concerns over classified information” by the Office of the Intelligence Community Inspector General.
One of the emails Judicial Watch found was to State Department Official Margaret “Peggy” Grafeld about the “potential damage to the foreign relations of the United States” that could occur from hacked emails with classified information.
Rather than the three or four possibly classified emails hacked, the sender writes, “I can now say, without reservation, that there are literally hundreds of classified emails in this collection; maybe more.”
The sender then repeats in the email, “The potential damage to the foreign relations of the United States could be significant.”
Judicial Watch was only able to obtain these 422 pages of documents and emails from the FBI by filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit. The FBI initially refused to turn over the information, until a judge overruled them.
One of the things FBI officials didn’t want to disclose was the continued work of the company that provided Clinton’s “private” home server. Judicial Watch reports, “FBI notes of an interview with an unidentified Platte River Networks official in February 2016 (almost a year after the Clinton email network was first revealed) show that Platte River ‘gave someone access to live HRC archive mailbox at some point.’”
If you recall Hillary’s team told the FBI there were some 33,000 emails they couldn’t recover to turn over to them. An in-depth reading of the FBI investigation notes shows the Clinton campaign’s explanation for why so many emails were deleted from their system was a supposed “60 day email retention policy/backup.” But the next email shows that “policy” was actually what Platte River Networks called a “cover up operation” to delete Hillary’s emails.
Included in the documents the FBI turned over to Judicial Watch was an email from Platte River Networks dated December 11, 2014, it shows parties communicating, “Its [sic] all part of the Hillary cover up operation.”
Say what? That sounds an awful lot like an omission of guilt and willful action to help Hillary Clinton.
A Platte River Networks email sent in August 2015 shows the Clinton campaign knew by then it had to do something to cover up hacks of the system and ensure no more happened. The attitude of those involved in the email cover up becomes blatantly apparent in this email transcript:
“So does this mean we don’t have offsite backups currently? That could be a problem if someone hacks this thing and jacks it up. We will have to be able to produce a copy of it somehow, or we’re in some deep shit. Also, what ever [sic] came from the guys at Datto about the old backups? Do they have anyway [sic] of getting those back after we were told to cut it to 30 days?”
The document shows Platte River Networks obtained the computer program BleachBit to wipe Clinton’s server. A visit to BleachBit’s website shows the program includes features such as “shredding files to prevent recovery” and “wiping free disk space to hide traces of files deleted by other applications.”
Ironically or better put, appropriately, a large graphic of Hillary Clinton appears above the “order now!” link. It seems they think their work covering up Hillary Clinton’s is their best sales line.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, “These shocking new documents show that various Obama agencies were protecting Hillary Clinton from the consequences of her misconduct. It is well past time for the DOJ to stop shielding Hillary Clinton and hold her fully accountable to the rule of law.”
There can be no doubt if Hillary Clinton had been elected President this treasure trove of documents would have never seen the light of day.