The Email scandal roiling the Clinton campaign continues to get worse.
We are moving closer to the decision by the FBI whether or not to recommend an indictment against Mrs. Clinton for her criminal and negligent behavior. As more information continues to trickle out, it becomes more and more evident that the situation is far worse than the Clinton campaign has been willing to admit.
Now the latest shoe to drop is raising the stakes even further. It is clear that Clinton continues to stonewall and refuse to constructively cooperate with the investigation. The reasons for her interference is becoming clearer and clearer.
Hillary Clinton didn’t hand over all her emails to the State Department after all. Maybe she and her loyal flunky Huma Abedin thought no one would notice the omission, given the tens of thousands of emails they did turn over to authorities as part of an ongoing investigation.
Clinton & Co. were sadly mistaken, as the Associated Press is reporting:
Former Secretary Hillary Clinton failed to turn over a copy of a key message involving problems caused by her use of a private homebrew email server, the State Department confirmed Thursday. The disclosure makes it unclear what other work-related emails may have been deleted by the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. (…)
That copy of the email was publicly cited last month in a blistering audit by the State Department’s inspector general that concluded Clinton and her team ignored clear internal guidance that her email setup violated federal standards and could have left sensitive material vulnerable to hackers. (…)
Dozens of the emails sent or received by Clinton through her private server were later determined to contain classified material.
Thanks to a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch, the Clinton email scandal isn’t going away any time soon.
The problem is, time is ticking away, and it’s impossible to be sure that enough damning evidence will emerge between now and November to cost Clinton the White House.
Source: Associated Press