Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said Obama administration officials originally declined to assess the extent to which Clinton’s email practices damaged national security.

On Jan. 17, U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth ruled that Judicial Watch could begin the process of discovery in the Clinton email case. That means former Obama

administration officials and Clinton aides must respond to questions from the organization under oath and in writing.
From Judicial Watch – On the 1st of May, 2019 Judicial Watch released the transcript of a court-ordered deposition of Jacob “Jake” Sullivan, Hillary Clinton’s senior advisor and deputy chief of staff when she was secretary of state, in which the top staffer admits that both he and Clinton used her unsecure non-government email system to conduct official State Department business.

In the questioning, Sullivan admitted that he had used his personal Gmail account at times for State Department business but denied that he had sent classified information to Secretary Clinton’s unsecured personal system.

After Judicial Watch pointed out that on January 26, 2010, Sullivan sent a classified email with the subject line “call sheet,” Sullivan testified: “When I sent this email, my best judgment was that none of the material in it was classified, and I felt comfortable sending the email on an unclassified system. The material has subsequently been upclassified but at the time that I sent it, I did not believe that it was classified.”- Judicial Watch added.

The email scandal is not just a Hillary Clinton scandal. It’s a State Department scandal and it’s a Justice Department scandal. There’s a lot of powerful agencies and deep state interests who are implicated in the Hillary Clinton email scandal. That’s why they are protecting her.






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  1. Yet, Fitton has NO interest in investigating the wide use of private email services going on under 45’s administration. Total hypocrite. Only wants to investigate, sue, charge Democrats.

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