State Department Convinces Judge to Delay Release of 14,900 Emails to Day After Election Mike Vance September 24, 2016 News This is about as corrupt as it gets. State Department convinces judge to delay release of 14,900 emails to day after election. Are you serious? Unfortunately, yes. The president of a transparency group has lashed out at the State Department. This was a result of a federal judge ruling these emails will be released the day after the election. This means the public will have to wait too long to see the majority of the messages the FBI recovered. This will not be seen until after this country selects a president. Per Daily Mail: Judge James Boasberg set a new timetable for the release of roughly 15,000 emails to or from Clinton that State identified outside the cache she turned over nearly two years ago – long after she ended her term as America's top diplomat. It has been determined that about 5,600 of those messages are work-related, casting doubt on Clinton's many claims that her disclosures in 2014 included all emails connected with her job. The State Department warned this week that about half of those may be duplicates of messages already published online as a result of successful Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits. But the specter of 2,800 new emails, which the State Department has had in its possession for at least two months, would start a new media feeding frenzy if the documents were released before voters go to the polls. The other 9,400 emails are personal in nature and won't be released. State Department Convinces Judge to Delay Release of 14,900 Emails Just when you think it can't get any more crooked it does. While these emails are a key aspect of the election, they kept hidden. Please share on Facebook if you are sick and tired of this stuff going on by the Clintons and the State Department.