LEAKED EMAIL: Hillary Staffers Discuss ‘Excuse’ For Not Turning Over Emails

As we all know, Hillary’s emails have had a habit of disappearing.

Over 30,000 emails were wiped from her server. When asked if she had wiped her server, she replied seemingly clueless: “you mean like with a cloth?” It turns out she knew exactly what was meant, as she had used BleachBit to delete her emails – a program which, in the words of Trey Gowdey, ensures that even God won’t be able to read them now.

Even the emails that she did turn over to the FBI weren’t exactly cared for – probably because they never had any intent of indicting her anyway, and were only “investigating” her as an act of political theater.

Last week we learned the FBI destroyed two laptops belonging to top Clinton aides as part of immunity agreements, despite the laptops being under Congressional subpoena at the time. We’ve also learned immunity was “handed out like candy” to essentially all of Clinton’s aides deeply involved in managing or setting up her private email system.

And according to a new report from Catherine Herridge, entire boxes of Clinton’s emails went missing from the law firm representing her during the criminal probe, prompting accusations of evidence tampering and purposeful evasion of Freedom of Information Act laws by the State Department.

Not only did the FBI let Hillary off, they allowed her to cover up her tracks. As Hannity reported:

In an email released by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton staffers appear to be discussing an “excuse” to not release the full compliment of emails which had been subpoenaed by the House of Representatives.

The email exchange, which included a number of top Clinton staffers including Cheryl Mills,  Phillipe Reins, and Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, took place several weeks before a Clinton staffer used “Bleachbit” to wipe her private server clean.

“Not as flippantly, and maybe just from Nick’s mouth — but rather than going around and around on how to release the 55k, let’s just be for what’s happening and use this as the excuse,” Phillipe Reines explained. “Because we can say even if State has equities, not providing them would put her in legal jeopardy. OR, we say happy for them to have it, happy for the public to read them as soon as State is comforrtable. But let’s somehow take advantage of this.”

“Can we implement this in the next hour?” asked Cheryl Mills.

“Just for clarity: this House subpoena is just for Libya, right? We were discussing releasing everything, no?” Look said, to which Mills responded, “right to both.”

Here’s the email in question:

When it comes to escaping the law, it’s good to be a Clinton.

It’s no wonder Donald Trump threatened to throw her in jail if he became President – he knows that it’s what everyone would want to see.

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