Friday, October 14, 2016


On March 4, 2015, Congress issued a subpoena for Hillary Clinton’s private email server that illegally contained classified information.
The same day, thanks to Wikileaks, we know State Department officials were still discussing which emails to delete — apparently to avert the subpoena.
By March 10, 2015, Clinton had announced at a press conference she had deleted nearly 32,000 emails from a private server which could have been used for a congressional investigation. She claimed they had been deleted months earlier. But is that completely true?
While Clinton maintains that it was a simple mistake, the truth is it was a deliberate attempt to prevent imprisonment. Clinton destroyed evidence to prevent herself from looking bad, and it is the tip of the iceberg in a long list of deceitful and criminal activity on the part of the Clintons.

Nobody reads blogs and the Yellowstream media doesn't touch this stuff,

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