This indeed looks like the smoking gun on the destruction of Hillary Clinton’s emails. When John Podesta says ‘dump’ all her emails, he’s got to be referring to scrubbing them and shredding anything printed. Only someone politically naive would not get that. WikiLeaks brings us another email that looks incredibly damning concerning Hillary’s email scandal. Drip… drip… drip.
I would say this email reveals an intent to circumvent disclosure. You just couldn’t read it any other way. It’s blatant. It sounds like they were in a panic as well to get rid of the emails. It’s a pity they could not have predicted ‘DickiLeaks’ with Anthony Weiner. I would say that was a fatal blow right there along with this exchange. Podesta and Cheryl Mills are their own worst enemies after all.
From Sean Hannity:
A newly released email from WikiLeaks is raising new questions about Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
The email, dated March 2nd of 2015, is an exchange between Clinton Campaign chairman John Podesta and former Clinton Chief of Staff and counsel Cheryl Mills, and might indicate that the Clinton campaign intended to circumvent email disclosure rules and, potentially, a subpoena from the Benghazi committee.
“On another matter…and not to sound like Lanny, but we’re going to have to dump all those emails so better to do so sooner than later,” Podesta wrote to Mills.
The email’s timing is significant considering that The New York Times broke the story of Hillary’s use of a private email server on that very day. It also comes two days before the House Benghazi committee issued a subpoena requiring Clinton turn over all emails from her private server related to the September 2012 Benghazi attack.
Later that month, Platte River Networks employee Paul Combetta deleted Clinton’s emails using “Bleachbit”. According to Congressman Trey Gowdy, Combetta wiped the server clean after a conference call with several of Clinton’s top aides, including Cheryl Mills.
The proposed “dumping” on March 2nd took place two days before the House Select Committee on Benghazi sent Hillary Clinton a document retention subpoena on March 4th, 2015, with some people hinting the New York Times report may have served to tip off the Clinton campaign about the upcoming subpoena.
It would be nice to know exactly which emails Podesta was referring to. Perhaps WikiLeaks has more on that. We’ll see. If this whole communication between Podesta and Mills is shown to disclose intent to mislead, it will negate the entire narrative prepared by Clinton that she merely deleted “personal” emails and will reveal a strategic plan to hinder the State Department and the FBI “investigation.” Paging the FBI… you might want to review the emails with WikiLeaks while you are going through Weiner’s laptop.