Hillary Clinton’s fable about last year’s presidential election is being released this month. “What Happened” is the title, but it may be premature in telling the entire story of her effort to be president.
The operative phrase for Ms. Clinton is, “Not so fast, Crooked Hillary.” It appears there is more on the legal horizon for the former secretary of state of corruption, and more evidence is forthcoming by the day.
The latest information indicates the FBI refused to release emails and documents related to the investigation into Hillary’s notorious private email server. The agency cites a “lack of public interest in the documents,” which is evasive and utter nonsense.
The left wing media has tried unsuccessfully for months to pin everything from Russian collusion to mental illness on President Trump the past eight months. Obviously the witch hunt has been a 100 percent failure. Now those exhausted with fake news want to know what Hillary was really doing on her unprotected email server.
One judge has done his job, unlike others. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg ordered the release of court papers containing information on grand jury subpoenas the FBI used to research Clinton’s internet service providers. Is this the smoking gun? No one knows at this point, but it is actual news and not the usual hysterical media’s innuendo and personal condemnation.
The judge wrote, “After reviewing the document in camera, the court concludes that it largely rehashes information already made public, thus obviating any need for secrecy.” You won’t find anything close to this in Hillary’s blame game book.
Meanwhile, two groups, Judicial Watch and Cause of Action Institute, have been prodding the government for more information about the Clinton emails. Judge Boasberg’s opinion obviously is a strike for free speech and transparency never found during the Obama years.
It wasn’t some devious conspiracy by the Trump administration. For some inexplicable reason, other than taking the high road in politics, they refused to release these documents. But it is blatantly obvious that Clinton’s personal home email server was unsecured.
There is a long history to this national security offense. Republicans in Congress had sought to charge the IT team that handled the server with obstruction of justice after they refused to cooperate. What happened with that?
Nevertheless, with or without media objections, the American people are about to find out a lot more about Clinton’s email scandal. It promises to have a longer shelf life than what the biased media has been perpetrating on the country since Trump’s election. Most Americans can easily see through the fake news these days. Most of the media elite have hated Trump from day one and now want all Trump voters to look stupid and bigoted.
But with this recent news that former FBI Director James Comey planned to let Clinton off the hook before interviewing her formally, let’s hope Republicans finally get the proof to hold her accountable. For that matter, it would be good to see more GOP members with the guts to stand up to liberals and do something for the country instead of their personal careers.