Judicial Watch, which was instrumental in uncovering Hillary’s email scandal, is still trying to get documentation related to the investigation.
Federal judges are still making excuses as to why Hillary’s emails should be seen by the public.
LifeZette had the details:
Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group heavily involved in exposing Hillary Clinton’s private email server during the 2016 election, was denied access to additional documents surrounding Clinton’s tenure at the State Department Tuesday by a federal judge.
The judge ruled that the conservative group cannot have access to State Department records surrounding Clinton’s use of an unsecured private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State given that the documents in question do not show any evidence of government “malfeasance.”
U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg, who reviewed the 30 disputed records privately, wrote: “The Court … concludes that Judicial Watch has not provided a sufficient basis to believe that the information withheld by the State Department would shed light on any government misconduct.”
Judicial Watch claims “the records would purportedly illuminate the Department’s complicity in Clinton’s misuse of a private server or, alternatively, expose later discussions by State employees to create misinformation to minimize the public’s perceptions that conduct.”
How will anyone know unless the documents are released?
Doesn’t the public have the right to know?
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The Trump Administration has a lot on its plate, but this should be an area of focus.
No more stonewalling from Democrat judges.
Hillary’s email scandal documents should be seen by everyone!
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