BUSTED – Hillary Email Claim COLLAPSES…Wikileaks Just Revealed The CRIMINAL Truth!

Wikileaks recently made a new dump – and it contained some shocking news that once again paints Hillary Clinton in a negative light.

And just in case there are a few voters left who still think Clinton is honest, and that the statements to the contrary that out her as a liar are only based in partisan politicking, read this. The latest batch of emails from Clinton’s past shows she knew full well what she was doing when she deleted certain messages.

This, from Louder With Crowder, revealing a conversation among her staffers: “Ok, one thing to use personal email, but why the ‘twisted truth’ on why – with the two problematic areas being {a} emails to bill {when they were to bill’s staff} and {b} i only used one device – {Blackberry], when 2 weeks earlier, it was an iphone, BB and ipad. As Ann and I discussed, hopefully that’s a timing issue and whilst in state, she only used one.”

The conversation continues with one staffer referencing conversations with attorneys about how they’re “all struggling with what happened to the emails” and how they “aren’t satisfied with answers to date.”

But then the messaging gets even more interesting.

As Louder With Crowder reports, the email from Clinton’s staffers continues by suggesting “the occasional use of personal email addresses for business” is common – but that more than that seems just wrong.

The email reads: “None of my friends circle can understand how it was viewed as ok/secure/appropriate to use a private server for secure documents AND why further Hillary took it upon herself to review them and delete documents without providing anyone outside her circle a chance to weigh in. It smacks of acting above the law and it smacks of the type of thing I’ve either gotten discovery sanctions for, fired people for, etc.”

The skinny is this: Clinton not only deleted emails seen as problematic to her political future, but she did so while knowing she was potentially breaking the law.

“This helps to prove that she did so on purpose,” Louder With Crowder wrote. “In other words, no ‘oops my finger slipped and I deleted things on accident!’ excuse can justify her negligence. She did it deliberately.”

Source: Louder With Crowder

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