Corruption of State Department Worthy of a Third World Nation

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Obama has corrupted and politicized every government agency. Hillary will move that ball forward during a Hillary presidency. Proof lies in this latest revelation about the State Department.

The Obama State Department withheld a Hillary email that would have revealed the existence of her personal email server two years prior to its discovery by the watchdogs overseeing the abuses of this government. This email was sent in 2014 before Hillary destroyed tens of thousands of emails.

The State Department is corrupt and so is Hillary. They deliberately kept that email back. Judge Napolitano said in the video below that someone at State committed perjury.

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Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog agency, told Fox News that it would have likely prevented Hillary’s destruction of her records.

“If we had known about the Clinton email system back in 2014, you can bet we would have tried to stop Mrs. Clinton from deleting any of her emails,” said Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch. “But because we didn’t know about it — because the State Department hid it from us — Mrs. Clinton was able to go through and potentially delete half of the emails.”

The State Department said they had no evil intent.

This is the email:

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Think about the fact that our State Department knowingly withheld a key Benghazi email of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from Judicial Watch since at least September 2014.

FOIA is meant to give the people the ability to watch over government to be certain they are not abusing their powers and this administration has made it impossible to use FOIA the way it was intended.

As far as the email investigation is concerned, Loretta Lynch, whose law firm is tied to Hillary’s, has said she would not be required to pursue criminal charges no matter what the FBI says.

“It would not be an operation of law, it would be an operation of procedures,” Lynch said.

According to Lynch, a decision to pursue a criminal case would be “done in conjunction with the agents” involved in the probe, and would “not something that we would want to cut them out of the process.”

Judge Napolitano said someone at State committed perjury.