Tillerson Sits on 76,000 Clinton Docs, Mueller Sets Up an Alternate Justice Department

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Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Monday that the Tillerson State Department is sitting on 76,000 Clinton documents and won’t release them until the year 2020. Conveniently an election year.

Judicial Watch found out about the existence of the documents during a federal court hearing in a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.

According to Judicial Watch, they have yet to process 40,000 of the 72,000 pages.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton wants to know why the administration elected to drain the swamp is stalling the process.

“Secretary Tillerson should be asked why his State Department is still sitting on a motherlode of Clinton emails. It is disheartening that an administration elected to ‘drain the swamp’ is stalling the release of documents to protect Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.”

One bit of good news this afternoon is that a judge has ordered State to explain the delay.

It doesn’t stop with the State Department.

Although Jeff Sessions is heading up the Justice Department, Tom Fitton made the point that Robert Mueller is setting up his own independent Justice Department paralleling the real one.

The Daily Beast reported that Mueller has now brought on a liaison to Capitol HillStephen Kelly, a congressional affairs chief for the FBI and a longtime member of Deep State is the 17th liberal hired by Mueller. A Hill staffer said he’s the person to hire if you want to share very little information.

Oh, and he’s a Hillary/Obama donor. Does anyone believe this team will seek truth or, instead, cover things up?

Fitton tweeted: “Bob Mueller setting up his own Justice Department. Shut it down.”

We can’t trust this overly large government. Last month’s tweet/video from Tom Fitton addresses the Trump agencies protecting Hillary Clinton. It’s not only amazing that Congress doesn’t care, but these agencies are pretending nothing Clinton did warrants any examination.

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  1. I doubt I can change my mind on the speculation that the Congress and Mueller may not be coordinating their efforts, but both have the goal and purpose of assuring that President Trump will not be reelected, and even to the point he would not seek reelection. It may also be purposed to effect Any Trump supporting candidates.

    I’ve never seen such a relentless pursuit in an investigation that is now conducted in Congress. None of the Obama Congressional investigations, nor even Iran Contra or Watergate can compare to what we are now witnessing. There is only one circumstance that could compare to what is going on in the halls of Congress and the offices of Mueller. It is the “Red Scare”. Even McCarthy and HUAC never tread down this road. Every one of those Chairman, Ranking Members and Members of the several Committees and including the Special Counsel team would have US, the people, “believe” that we have a Russian Manchurian candidate in office.

    There is a mathematical analytic that states two people can be linked with six degrees of separation. In other words if Congress or Mueller can link Trump to any Russian interference by six or fewer degrees of separation it can be a charge, whether provable or not, that Trump had Something to do with it. It may be why Burr and Warner want to trace a path from point to point. They keep saying a piece of information leads them to more and more places. Are they trying to find those six degrees.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_degrees_of_separation

  2. The Washington swamp dwellers are hard at work. Fire the whole state department if you need to to get some form of government that actually works for the people.

  3. There are those days when I believe that the leadership of both Houses are biding their time and stalling their agenda until the day that they no longer have to work with President Donald Trump. Robert Mueller building alternate Department of Justice might have something to do with it.
    These people must be stopped.

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