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July 22, 2015

Hilarious Meme Shows Exactly Who You Can Expect To Vote For Hillary

A federal judge issued a stern warning to the State Department in a recent hearing on Hillary Clinton’s emails for a lawsuit brought by the government watchdog group Judicial Watch.

“If documents are destroyed between now and August 17, the government will have to answer for that, and, you know, if they don’t want to do anything out of the ordinary to preserve between now and then, they can make that choice,” U.S. District Court judge Rudolph Contreras said in a July 9 hearing.
Contreras was getting up to speed on Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the State Department for records showing how it vetted projects involving Clinton’s family charity, the Clinton Foundation.
Judicial Watch has demanded emails sent between Clinton’s top State Department aides. Those aides used Clinton’s private email server, hosted on the domain clintonemail.com. They were also heavily involved in Clinton’s non-government projects. While two of the aides have reportedly turned over their emails, one has not.
Judicial Watch’s attorney, Chris Fedeli, expressed concern that some of the records that have not been turned over could be deleted or lost.
Contreras seemed to share a similar concern when he warned the government’s attorneys not to delete any records. He urged the State Department to take extra steps to ensure that the records were not deleted or lost, but said, “I will allow them to make that choice.”

“But they will answer for it, if something happens,” he added.
Contreras also criticized the State Department for stonewalling its release of Clinton and her aides’ emails.
“But I am a little bit mystified that the government is not more forthcoming in just answering questions that will help this case proceed on a systematic basis, and on a basis that will allow everyone to get the answers that will eventually help resolve these cases, all 35 of them,” Contreras said. …

2 comments:

  1. harry freeloaderIIJuly 22, 2015 at 8:54 AM

    Nothing new. Lyndon Johnson was famous for having dead people vote for him.

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  2. This woman will drop dead of heath problems long before she ever gets in office...and Thank God when it happens.

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