Hillary has taken a big stumble in recent weeks after polls have indicated she held a comfortable lead over Trump. That lead has dissipated and some polls, as well as the size and intensity of Trump’s rallies, are indicating that Trump may be leading.
All this comes on the heels of released documents airing out Clinton’s dirty laundry, from her schedules revealing a corrupt play-for-play setup with the State Department and a rigged primary season against Bernie Sanders. But the best is yet to come as Hillary’s servers are slowly producing dangerous evidence against her that may do more than impugn her reputation before November.
About 30 of the emails about Benghazi that had been “wiped” from Hillary Clinton’s private server have been recovered by the FBI. They’re just a tiny number of the 15,000 messages the Bureau said it uncovered last week.
However, as Michelle Jesse from Allen B. West reports:
The disclosure was made during a hearing before U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta in a case involving a lawsuit filed by the watchdog group Judicial Watch.
And now that they’ve been recovered, in order for us to see what’s actually in the emails, government wants — wait for it — 30 whole days to prepare to turn over 30 emails. So they need a full day per email to prepare? Amazing. Must be some really good stuff in there, given how much time the government needs to review — and redact.
Jesse notes the reaction on social media, with many Trump supporters mocking the length of time the government “needs” to review a few dozen emails.
However, this delay could work to Trump’s advantage. Millions of Americans haven’t even begun to follow the presidential election in earnest. Traditionally, they don’t start paying serious attention until the fall, which means that the contents of these Benghazi emails could constitute an “October surprise” that could further derail Clinton’s candidacy.
Source: Allen B. West