Judicial Watch is, once again, making huge strides. A DC federal court rules that Hillary Clinton must answer key questions with regards to her private server. Additional to that Judicial watch motioned to make public the video recordings of top Clinton aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, along with other aides.
The court ruled that Hillary Clinton is going to be forced to answer more questions about the setup of her private server.
Tim Fitton of Judicial Watch said the court denied their request to unseal the video deposition of Abedin, Mills and Clinton’s other aides.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) November 15, 2018
Per Judicial Watch:
n 2016, Hillary Clinton was required to submit, under oath, written answers to Judicial Watch’s questions. Clinton objected to and refused to answer questions about the creation of her email system; her decision to use the system despite warnings from State Department cybersecurity officials; and the basis for her claim that the State Department had “90-95%” of her emails. Judge Sullivan is considering Judicial Watch’s motion to compel answers to these questions.
In her responses sent to Judicial Watch and the court on October 13, 2016, Clinton refused to answer three questions and responded that she “does not recall” 20 times concerning her non-government clintonemail.com email system. She preceded her responses by eight “general objections” and two “objections to definitions.” The words “object” or “objection” appear 84 times throughout the 23-page document submitted to the court and Judicial Watch.
We can all thank Judicial Watch for making the public aware of Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Official business was conducted by Clinton on a non government server. Now she is going to be forced to answer questions as to why this went down.
Just last month Hillary lost her security clearance.
Fitton is pushing for the public to gain information regarding Clinton’s private server.
“The public and the media have a right to a full accounting from top officials of the Clinton State Department. 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,” Fitton said.
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