Politics

NOT SO FAST: Federal Judge Rules Hillary ‘Must Answer Questions’ Regarding Email Server

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.15.18

A U.S. District Court Judge ruled Wednesday night that twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton must answer questions “under oath” regarding her use of a private email server as Secretary of State.

According to the government watchdog agency Judicial Watch, Clinton was ordered by Judge Emmet Sullivan to comply with multiple requests filed under the Freedom of Information Act.

“Breaking: Court rules late today Hillary Clinton must answer more email questions — including key q’s about the setting up of her email system. Court denied our request to unseal vid depositions of Clinton aides,” tweeted Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton.

“The public and the media have a right to a full accounting from top officials of the Clinton State Department,” said Fitton. “In lieu of a much-needed, new and untainted investigation by the FBI, the continued work of Judicial Watch in the courts is clearly the only hope of bringing sunlight into the Clinton email issue and completing the public record.”

'NOT HELPFUL': Secret Email Shows Strzok ‘WORRIED’ About Hillary Probe

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.20.18

Recently released emails show anti-Trump DOJ official Peter Strzok worried that former President Barack Obama’s public comments would impact the public’s perception of the ongoing Hillary email investigation.

According to Fox News, the communications show Strzok was highly concerned that the President’s statement was “not helpful” and warned the White House “there is a line they need to hold.”

“Below not helpful,” Strzok wrote to top FBI counterintelligence official. “Certainly the WH is going to do whatever it wants, but there is a line they need to hold with regard to the appearance of non-interference.”

The emails echo similar comments made in James Comey’s new tell-all book, where the former FBI chief claims Obama “jeopardized” the Hillary probe by making comments that caused many to question the administration’s role in the investigation.

“Contributing to this problem, regrettably, was President Obama. He had jeopardized the Department of Justice’s credibility in the investigation,” writes Comey.

BIAS ALERT: FBI Agents ‘PRESSURED’ to END Hillary Probe After Trump Nomination

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.22.18

Officials at the Department of Justice forked over hundreds of pages of previously unseen text messages to Congressional investigators over the weekend; revealing new details on how FBI agents were “pressured” to exonerate Hillary Clinton’s private email scandal after Donald Trump secured the GOP nomination in 2016.

New text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page shed new light on the level of anti-Trump bias and corruption throughout the agency in the run-up to the US presidential election; suggesting the bureau was hoping to conclude Clinton’s probe within minutes of Donald Trump’s victory over GOP opponent Senator Ted Cruz.

“Holy s*** Cruz just dropped out of the race. It’s going to be a Clinton Trump race. Unbelievable,” wrote Page in May of 2016.

“I saw Trump won, figured it would be a bit,” responded Strzok. “Now the pressure really starts to finish MYE.”

The reference to “MYE” refers to ‘Mid-Year Exam,’ the FBI code name for the ongoing investigation of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information and use of a private email server.

According to CBS News, the conversation was included in Sen. Ron Johnson’s scathing letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, where the Homeland Security Chairman demanded answers over anti-Trump bias at the agency ahead of the 2016 election.

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