The FBI has now published Hillary’s email investigation documents online and simply reading through bits and pieces of it shows the reader the numerous instances of ‘intent’ – that thing that James Comey failed to see the first time around.
It also shows that Cheryl Mills gave instructions for laptops to be wiped clean using BleachBit, which is the now infamous program used to delete Hillary’s emails. This clearly proves she ordered destruction of evidence. You can see a copy of the document below:
Back in July, James Comey used the argument that the evidence found against Hillary was lacking intent, although the fact that she used a non-secure system should have been enough to indict her, he decided she didn’t “intend” to break the law.
Well, WikiLeaks just provided “intent” and Zero Hedge has put the pieces together by pointing out the following:
On March 2, 2015 the New York Times reported that Hillary Clinton used a personal email server as Secretary of State.
Later on that same day, Hillary Clinton’s top aide and attorney wrote John Podesta that “we are going to have to dump all those emails.”
Zero hedge also points out that, “a search for Lanny Davis reveals the following curious exchange between Robby Mook and John Podesta from March 8, 2015, just days after the abovementioned exchange, in which Mook says:”
“We gotta zap Lanny out of our universe. Can’t believe he committed her to a private review of her hard drive on TV.”
Obviously, Hillary, et al, as we expected, have been hiding and destroying evidence the entire time.
Then there’s this tweet from MicroSpookyLeaks …
So, there it is folks – the American people doing the government’s work for them and it’s expected that Hillary’s 33,000 deleted emails will be released this week as well. Then there’s the 650,000 emails on the Weiner/Abedin laptop that will play a role in this investigation.
In summation, I would have to say that anyone voting for her at this point, doesn’t give a tinker’s damn about this country’s security or their own safety. You cannot look at the facts and possibly think this woman should be in charge.