Judicial Watch Releases A New Batch Of Clinton Emails [Video]

Judicial Watch Releases A New Batch Of Clinton Emails And Fitton Speaks Out

The Judicial Watch President, Tom Fritton says the newest released emails further proves Hillary Clinton participated in negligent misconduct.

According to Investors, investigators found that the FBI didn’t investigate the destruction of government documents, despite the fact that Clinton clearly didn’t keep all her work-related emails, and contrary to claims from Comey that the agency had investigated whether she’d violated the law.

Democrats dismiss these new revelations as nothing more than “Republicans’ outsized obsession with Hillary Clinton’s emails two years after the fact,” as Rep. Jerrold Nadler put it.

Seen below, Judicial Watch’s, Tom Fitton, has long been on Clinton’s email trail. He was the first to speak out whenever the Federal Judge James Boasberg dismissed the Clinton email Suit, again.

As Written By Josh Gerstein With Politico:

“When President Trump finds out about this, I would think he’ll be outraged,” Fitton said, adding that an appeal was under consideration. “I think most significant aspect of the whole situation is—and the court highlighted this—although the administrations have changed, the stance has remained the same. It is shocking and upsetting that the Trump Justice and Trump State Departments are refusing to do anything about getting Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails.”

Cause of Action Institute President John Vecchione issued a statement that did not criticize the ruling or the Trump administration.

“The fact that this case was dismissed does not absolve Secretary Clinton or show that all of her unlawfully removed email records have been recovered.” he said. “Unfortunately, the Court concluded that efforts by the FBI in its investigation of Secretary Clinton’s handling of classified material, which resulted in the recovery of numerous emails that Clinton had not previously turned over, left nothing further for the Attorney General to do.”

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