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Now yall libs think she is telling the truth? Fucking a

 

 

 

The FBIs year-long investigation of Hillary Clintons private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal judge on Monday pressed the State Department to begin releasing emails sooner than mid-October as it planned.

 

Justice Department lawyers said last week that the State Department would review and turn over Clintons work-related emails to a conservative legal group. The records are among tens of thousands of documents found by the FBI in its probe and turned over to the State Department, Justice Department attorney Lisa Ann Olson said Monday in court.

 

The 14,900 Clinton documents are nearly 50 percent more than the roughly 30,000 emails that Clintons lawyers deemed work-related and returned to the department in December 2014.

 

Lawyers for the State Department and Judicial Watch, the legal group, are negotiating a plan for the release of the emails in a civil public records lawsuit before U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg of Washington.

 

In a statement after a hearing at the U.S. district courthouse in Washington, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said the group was pleased that Boasberg rejected the departments proposal to begin releasing documents weekly on Oct. 14, ordering it instead to prioritize Clintons emails and to return to court Sept. 22 with a new plan.

 

Were pleased the court accelerated the State Departments timing, Fitton said. Were trying to work with the State Department here, but lets be clear: They have slow-walked and stonewalled the release of these records. Theyve had many of them since July 25 ... and not one record has yet been released, and we dont understand why thats the case.

 

In a statement, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the agency previously agreed voluntarily to hand over emails sent or received by Clinton in her official capacity as secretary from 2009 to 2013 but that tens of thousands of documents would have to be carefully appraised at State to separate official records from personal ones.

 

State has not yet had the opportunity to complete a review of the documents to determine whether they are agency records or if they are duplicative of documents State has already produced through the Freedom of Information Act, Toner said. We cannot comment further as this matter is in ongoing litigation.

 

Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit in May 2015 after disclosures that Clinton had exclusively used a personal email server while secretary of state. Judicial Watch had sought all emails sent or received by Clinton at the State Department in a request made under the federal Freedom of Information Act, which covers the release of public records.

 

Mondays hearing comes seven weeks after the Justice Department closed a criminal investigation without charges into the handling of classified material in Clintons email setup, which FBI Director James B. Comey called extremely careless.

 

On Aug. 5, the FBI completed transferring what Comey said were several thousand previously undisclosed work-related Clinton emails that the FBI found in its investigation for the State Department to review and make public. Government lawyers until now had given no details about how many emails the FBI found or when the full set would be released. It is unclear how many documents might be attachments, duplicates or exempt from release for privacy or legal reasons.

 

Government lawyers disclosed last week that the FBI has turned over eight computer discs of information: one including emails and attachments that were sent directly to or from Clinton, or to or from her at some point in an email chain, and were not previously turned over by her lawyers; a second with classified documents; another with emails returned by Clinton; and five containing materials from other people retrieved by the FBI.

 

The 14,900 documents at issue now come from the first disc, Fitton said.

 

In announcing the FBIs findings in July, Comey said investigators found no evidence that the emails it found were intentionally deleted in an effort to conceal them. Like many users, Clinton periodically deleted emails, or they were purged when devices were changed.

 

Clintons lawyers also may have deleted some of the emails as personal, Comey said, noting their review relied on header information and search terms, not a line-by-line reading as the FBI conducted.

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LMAO....The party of Watergate, Arming Iraq, Arming Iran, Lying to Congress and Arming the Contras, Creating the Taliban, Creating Al-Qaeda, Lying to America and its Allies getting us into Iraq and Creating ISIS, Haliburton, Kenny Boy/Enron Trickle Down, Tax Cuts for the Top 1%, Recessions, Depressions, Foxaganda, Hate Radio, Southern Strategy, Racism, Ignorant voters..

 

 

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Now yall libs think she is telling the truth? Fucking a

 

 

 

The FBIs year-long investigation of Hillary Clintons private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal judge on Monday pressed the State Department to begin releasing emails sooner than mid-October as it planned.

 

Justice Department lawyers said last week that the State Department would review and turn over Clintons work-related emails to a conservative legal group. The records are among tens of thousands of documents found by the FBI in its probe and turned over to the State Department, Justice Department attorney Lisa Ann Olson said Monday in court.

 

The 14,900 Clinton documents are nearly 50 percent more than the roughly 30,000 emails that Clintons lawyers deemed work-related and returned to the department in December 2014.

 

Lawyers for the State Department and Judicial Watch, the legal group, are negotiating a plan for the release of the emails in a civil public records lawsuit before U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg of Washington.

 

In a statement after a hearing at the U.S. district courthouse in Washington, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said the group was pleased that Boasberg rejected the departments proposal to begin releasing documents weekly on Oct. 14, ordering it instead to prioritize Clintons emails and to return to court Sept. 22 with a new plan.

 

Were pleased the court accelerated the State Departments timing, Fitton said. Were trying to work with the State Department here, but lets be clear: They have slow-walked and stonewalled the release of these records. Theyve had many of them since July 25 ... and not one record has yet been released, and we dont understand why thats the case.

 

In a statement, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the agency previously agreed voluntarily to hand over emails sent or received by Clinton in her official capacity as secretary from 2009 to 2013 but that tens of thousands of documents would have to be carefully appraised at State to separate official records from personal ones.

 

State has not yet had the opportunity to complete a review of the documents to determine whether they are agency records or if they are duplicative of documents State has already produced through the Freedom of Information Act, Toner said. We cannot comment further as this matter is in ongoing litigation.

 

Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit in May 2015 after disclosures that Clinton had exclusively used a personal email server while secretary of state. Judicial Watch had sought all emails sent or received by Clinton at the State Department in a request made under the federal Freedom of Information Act, which covers the release of public records.

 

Mondays hearing comes seven weeks after the Justice Department closed a criminal investigation without charges into the handling of classified material in Clintons email setup, which FBI Director James B. Comey called extremely careless.

 

On Aug. 5, the FBI completed transferring what Comey said were several thousand previously undisclosed work-related Clinton emails that the FBI found in its investigation for the State Department to review and make public. Government lawyers until now had given no details about how many emails the FBI found or when the full set would be released. It is unclear how many documents might be attachments, duplicates or exempt from release for privacy or legal reasons.

 

Government lawyers disclosed last week that the FBI has turned over eight computer discs of information: one including emails and attachments that were sent directly to or from Clinton, or to or from her at some point in an email chain, and were not previously turned over by her lawyers; a second with classified documents; another with emails returned by Clinton; and five containing materials from other people retrieved by the FBI.

 

The 14,900 documents at issue now come from the first disc, Fitton said.

 

In announcing the FBIs findings in July, Comey said investigators found no evidence that the emails it found were intentionally deleted in an effort to conceal them. Like many users, Clinton periodically deleted emails, or they were purged when devices were changed.

 

Clintons lawyers also may have deleted some of the emails as personal, Comey said, noting their review relied on header information and search terms, not a line-by-line reading as the FBI conducted.

 

 

and every donnald tweet contains far more evil than any one of these emails

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The problem with Hilllary's e mails is that they were subject to being hacked by evil foreigners. There is no proof that any compromising information was revealed by her memos.

 

Now these assholes that claim she was a traitor exposing these to said evil foreigners want ALL the we mails ot be make PUBLIC which would indeed expose them to the same evil foreigners.

 

The only conclusion one can make of this is that these idiotic fools do not care about confidential memos, they only want to screw Hillary.

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Now yall libs think she is telling the truth? Fucking a

 

 

 

The FBIs year-long investigation of Hillary Clintons private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal judge on Monday pressed the State Department to begin releasing emails sooner than mid-October as it planned.

 

Justice Department lawyers said last week that the State Department would review and turn over Clintons work-related emails to a conservative legal group. The records are among tens of thousands of documents found by the FBI in its probe and turned over to the State Department, Justice Department attorney Lisa Ann Olson said Monday in court.

 

The 14,900 Clinton documents are nearly 50 percent more than the roughly 30,000 emails that Clintons lawyers deemed work-related and returned to the department in December 2014.

 

Lawyers for the State Department and Judicial Watch, the legal group, are negotiating a plan for the release of the emails in a civil public records lawsuit before U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg of Washington.

 

In a statement after a hearing at the U.S. district courthouse in Washington, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said the group was pleased that Boasberg rejected the departments proposal to begin releasing documents weekly on Oct. 14, ordering it instead to prioritize Clintons emails and to return to court Sept. 22 with a new plan.

 

Were pleased the court accelerated the State Departments timing, Fitton said. Were trying to work with the State Department here, but lets be clear: They have slow-walked and stonewalled the release of these records. Theyve had many of them since July 25 ... and not one record has yet been released, and we dont understand why thats the case.

 

In a statement, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the agency previously agreed voluntarily to hand over emails sent or received by Clinton in her official capacity as secretary from 2009 to 2013 but that tens of thousands of documents would have to be carefully appraised at State to separate official records from personal ones.

 

State has not yet had the opportunity to complete a review of the documents to determine whether they are agency records or if they are duplicative of documents State has already produced through the Freedom of Information Act, Toner said. We cannot comment further as this matter is in ongoing litigation.

 

Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit in May 2015 after disclosures that Clinton had exclusively used a personal email server while secretary of state. Judicial Watch had sought all emails sent or received by Clinton at the State Department in a request made under the federal Freedom of Information Act, which covers the release of public records.

 

Mondays hearing comes seven weeks after the Justice Department closed a criminal investigation without charges into the handling of classified material in Clintons email setup, which FBI Director James B. Comey called extremely careless.

 

On Aug. 5, the FBI completed transferring what Comey said were several thousand previously undisclosed work-related Clinton emails that the FBI found in its investigation for the State Department to review and make public. Government lawyers until now had given no details about how many emails the FBI found or when the full set would be released. It is unclear how many documents might be attachments, duplicates or exempt from release for privacy or legal reasons.

 

Government lawyers disclosed last week that the FBI has turned over eight computer discs of information: one including emails and attachments that were sent directly to or from Clinton, or to or from her at some point in an email chain, and were not previously turned over by her lawyers; a second with classified documents; another with emails returned by Clinton; and five containing materials from other people retrieved by the FBI.

 

The 14,900 documents at issue now come from the first disc, Fitton said.

 

In announcing the FBIs findings in July, Comey said investigators found no evidence that the emails it found were intentionally deleted in an effort to conceal them. Like many users, Clinton periodically deleted emails, or they were purged when devices were changed.

 

Clintons lawyers also may have deleted some of the emails as personal, Comey said, noting their review relied on header information and search terms, not a line-by-line reading as the FBI conducted.

 

Not to mention that they have ALREADY found more evidence of Clinton Foundation CORRUPTION and Pay for Play schemes... in e-mails to & from Huma...

 

Shouldn't we expect MORE from our elected officials? Isn't this at the very BEST bad policy that STINKS to high heaven? and at WORST, a COMPLETE abuse of power for personal gain?

 

Do we REALLY wan Hillary Clinton as President?

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LMAO....The party of Watergate, Arming Iraq, Arming Iran, Lying to Congress and Arming the Contras, Creating the Taliban, Creating Al-Qaeda, Lying to America and its Allies getting us into Iraq and Creating ISIS, Haliburton, Kenny Boy/Enron Trickle Down, Tax Cuts for the Top 1%, Recessions, Depressions, Foxaganda, Hate Radio, Southern Strategy, Racism, Ignorant voters..

 

 

vs the e-mails

That's it...show the world what a piece of shit you are by continuing to support her no matter what she does.

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It would seem that if there was nothing but yoga comments and personal business in the emails hilarity would have gotten this behind her by now. The oblameo Justice Dept. is as corrupt as hilarity and at this stage of the game it is doubtful if anything will happen. It does not matter to dems how corrupt hilarity and the dems are. 30 years of the Clinton Crime Family and the gross incompetence of her tenure at state is a badge of honor for the dems. Even if she wins the sorry history of her life will still be splashed over the press every day. IF GOP retains control of the congress nothing will happen for the next four years.

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The problem with Hilllary's e mails is that they were subject to being hacked by evil foreigners. There is no proof that any compromising information was revealed by her memos.

 

Now these assholes that claim she was a traitor exposing these to said evil foreigners want ALL the we mails ot be make PUBLIC which would indeed expose them to the same evil foreigners.

 

The only conclusion one can make of this is that these idiotic fools do not care about confidential memos, they only want to screw Hillary.

 

This woman was reckless and above the law...

 

We both know it...

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The problem with Hilllary's e mails is that they were subject to being hacked by evil foreigners. There is no proof that any compromising information was revealed by her memos.

 

Now these assholes that claim she was a traitor exposing these to said evil foreigners want ALL the we mails ot be make PUBLIC which would indeed expose them to the same evil foreigners.

 

The only conclusion one can make of this is that these idiotic fools do not care about confidential memos, they only want to screw Hillary.

 

 

 

Or it reveals overlap with state department and cf

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It's hilarious to watch the liberal media worrying that the email scandals will continue to follow her for the rest of her political career... which will be about 3 months.

And the release of another 15,000 emails, show what a liar she has been throughout this entire fiasco. "I turned everything over".... another lie that will go down in history like "I didn't have sex with that woman, Miss Lewinsky".

 

She has no one to blame for this, but herself.


The FBI has already read them..

How do you know that? They haven't said so.

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On Aug. 5, the FBI completed transferring what Comey said were several thousand previously undisclosed work-related Clinton emails that the FBI found in its investigation for the State Department to review and make public. Government lawyers until now had given no details about how many emails the FBI found or when the full set would be released. It is unclear how many documents might be attachments, duplicates or exempt from release for privacy or legal reasons.

 

Government lawyers disclosed last week that the FBI has turned over eight computer discs of information: one including emails and attachments that were sent directly to or from Clinton, or to or from her at some point in an email chain, and were not previously turned over by her lawyers; a second with classified documents; another with emails returned by Clinton; and five containing materials from other people retrieved by the FBI.

 

The 14,900 documents at issue now come from the first disc, Fitton said.

 

In announcing the FBIs findings in July, Comey said investigators found no evidence that the emails it found were intentionally deleted in an effort to conceal them. Like many users, Clinton periodically deleted emails, or they were purged when devices were changed.

 

Clintons lawyers also may have deleted some of the emails as personal, Comey said, noting their review relied on header information and search terms, not a line-by-line reading as the FBI conducted.

First, when Comey said there were “several thousand” previously undisclosed work-related emails found during the FBI investigation, what he really meant is they found almost 15,000 new work related emails. So, we have a example of Comey trying to minimize the extent of Hillary’s lie when she and her lawyer claimed that she’d turned over “all my emails that could possibly be work-related”.

 

Plus, Comey said that the review conducted by Clinton’s lawyers relied on header information and search terms, not a line by line reading like the FBI conducted. BUT, earlier when asked how the review was conducted, Hillary had responded by saying “We went through a thorough process to identify all of my work- related emails”. She let listeners believe they'd actually read the emails. She’d said her lawyers “went through every single email”. She let listeners believe they'd actually read each email. She said they were “overly inclusive” in which ones to provide to the State Department. When clearly they were not. It also turns out that her “lawyers” (Kendall and Mills) were not the ones who actually conducted the review of the emails. Their staff apparently did and to this day, we don’t know their names. So the question is whether THEY had adequate clearances to do such a review. Bet they didn’t. Just one more example of the failure of Hillary to protect national security.

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LMAO....The party of Watergate, Arming Iraq, Arming Iran, Lying to Congress and Arming the Contras, Creating the Taliban, Creating Al-Qaeda, Lying to America and its Allies getting us into Iraq and Creating ISIS, Haliburton, Kenny Boy/Enron Trickle Down, Tax Cuts for the Top 1%, Recessions, Depressions, Foxaganda, Hate Radio, Southern Strategy, Racism, Ignorant voters..

 

 

vs the e-mails

 

You forgot Travelgate, Chinagate, Rapegate, Filegate, CampaignFinancegate, HealthCaregate, VinceFostergate, RonBrowngate, Email1gate, Benghazigate, Foundationgate, ISISgate, LosingIraqgate, etc. etc. etc. Oh I think the scales of criminality are at the very least balanced, benson.

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The FBIs year-long investigation of Hillary Clintons private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal judge on Monday pressed the State Department to begin releasing emails sooner than mid-October as it planned.

 

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