Court Rules Hillary Can be Deposed Regarding Secret Bathroom Email Server

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 4, 2020




Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton can be deposed for a lawsuit about the State Department’s recordkeeping of her emails, a federal judge said Monday.

Judge Royce Lamberth’s order authorizing right-leaning group Judicial Watch to question Clinton and others effectively breathes new life into the years-long pursuit of Clinton’s emails about State Department business on a private server.

Any further discovery should focus on whether she used a private server to evade [the Freedom of Information Act] and, as a corollary to that, what she understood about State’s records management obligations,” Lamberth wrote in his order.

Judicial Watch had asked to depose Clinton, top aide Cheryl Mills and other former State Department employees in a six-year-old court case seeking public access to the emails from the State Department. Lamberth said that in addition to Clinton, the group also could depose two State Department technology managers who worked on Clinton’s email management, as well as Mills. Judicial Watch, however, cannot ask Clinton or Mills about the US government’s response to the 2012 Benghazi attack, Lamberth said.

Judicial Watch can also subpoena Google for records related to Clinton’s email while she was secretary of state, according to the judge’s order.

“The Court is not confident that State currently possesses every Clinton email recovered by the FBI; even years after the FBI investigation, the slow trickle of new emails has yet to be explained,” Lamberth wrote. “For this reason, the Court believes the subpoena [to Google] would be worthwhile and may even uncover additional previously undisclosed emails.”

Clinton’s emails were already investigated by Congress, the State Department inspector general and the FBI, and she previously gave written answers in another lawsuit.

But Lamberth suggested on Monday a series of questions that he believes remain unanswered. He raised the possibility that the State Department acted in bad faith when it told Judicial Watch no records existed previously, before producing late last year 30 Clinton emails that were previously undisclosed.

“How did she arrive at her belief that her private server emails would be preserved by normal State Department processes for email retention?” Lamberth wrote.

“Did she realize State was giving ‘no records’ responses to FOIA requests for her emails? If so, did she suspect that she had any obligation to disclose the existence of her private server to those at State handling the FOIA requests? When did she first learn that State’s records management employees were unaware of the existence of her private server? And why did she think that using a private server to conduct State Department business was permissible under the law in the first place?”

I need to check what QAnon is saying about this, let me just pull up 8chan…

Oh, right. Can’t do that, can I?

But seriously though.

QAnon isn’t real.

I’m glad Judicial Watch is trying their best here, but nothing is going to happen. If she is forced to give a deposition, they’ll limit the scope of what they’re allowed to ask to questions that she’s already answered.

I say CNN is shilling by saying she’s already been proven innocent, but in fact she has been declared innocent already by those three entities listed.

There is no evidence. The server is destroyed. All of her devices were destroyed, including some that were smashed up with hammers. So all that is left is her word that she didn’t know she wasn’t supposed to use a private server in her bathroom for official government business.

The only way Hillary Clinton could ever face any consequences is if the emails themselves were found. Because apparently she was engaged in serious criminal activity, or she wouldn’t have been using a secret bathroom server in the first place.

And actually, it’s already been proved that she was engaging in pay-to-play by selling influence via the Clinton Foundation, and the government just never bothered to investigate it.

So really, anything that ever suggests Hillary Clinton will ever under any circumstances face consequences for her criminal behavior is just boomer-feed. Anyone who is telling you to think about this is just wasting your time. Probably on purpose.

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