Earlier this month, a federal judge ordered that Hillary Clinton must give a face-to-face deposition to the government watchdog group Judicial Watch and Tom Fitton regarding the Benghazi coverup as well as her email server which was illegal.
She is furious over the order and it's obvious why she's upset, she's about to incriminate herself.
Of course, she's not going to admit that and she'll claim that it's because it's ridiculous, she's done nothing wrong, and she's been proven innocent already.
But with this deposition, she will likely either lie during the deposition and thereby commit perjury and go to prison. Or she'll tell the truth and go to prison for violation of the Espionage Act.
Until now, she's never been forced to actually give sworn testimony under oath regarding the email servers, but she has on Benghazi.
Tom Fitton along with his lawyers at Judicial Watch are probably chomping at the bit to get this opportunity to get her to testify under oath.
Now Hillary is trying to get out of having to give the deposition by actually suing. If she had nothing to hide, then she wouldn't have a problem with doing this and clearing her name, right?
BREAKING: Hillary Clinton APPEALS Ruling that She Must Testify About Emails. https://t.co/59kVxf9kFl
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) March 13, 2020
In September Judge Royce Lamberth granted Judicial Watch SIGNIFICANT new discovery on the Hillary Clinton email and Benghazi scandals.
Judicial Watch in September released transcript from their hearing on August 22 where Judge Royce Lamberth granted new discovery and witnesses on Hillary Clinton’s email case.
Judge Lamberth, a Reagan appointee blasted State Department lawyers defending Hillary Clinton who were working to cover up her email scandal.
‘There is no FOIA exemption for political expedience, nor is there one for bureaucratic incompetence,’ Judge Lamberth said warning the government lawyers.
Judge Lamberth also lambasted the State Department lawyers when they tried to stop Judicial Watch from gathering more evidence in Hillary’s case.
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