Tuesday, March 1, 2016

State Dept. Releases Last Batch of Emails

"Seventeen months before he was killed in the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, Ambassador Chris Stevens was seriously considering leaving the country as its civil war widened. 
The ambassador's concerns are reflected in emails sent to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's inner circle. The emails were released by the State Department Monday as part of the 14th and final batch of messages from Clinton's private server.
One email in particular, dated April 10, 2011, relays Stevens' safety concerns to the State Department. It was sent by a State Department official named Timmy Davis to several key Clinton aides, including Jake Sullivan, now the top foreign policy adviser on Clinton's presidential campaign, and Huma Abedin."

Over 200 additional emails from Hillary Clinton's private server which she belatedly turned over to the State Department have been found to be of a classified nature bringing the grand total to over 2,000. They include communications from murdered ambassador Chris Stevens to top Hillary aides that described the deteriorating situation in Libya.

And yet, Clinton testified before Congress under oath that Stevens' request for enhanced security never reached her desk. Can anyone seriously believe that?

And keep in mind that the 55,000 emails that State has now finally released do not include the 34,000 emails that Hillary had deleted because they were "about her daughter's wedding, her mother's death and her yoga lessons". Right. If the FBI succeeds in retrieving those emails, that is where we will see the real treasure trove that deal with Benghazi and Clinton Foundation's shady dealings.

Final note: According to the State Department, they found 2,000+ emails of a classified nature out of 50,000+ they went through. That means that one of out every 25 emails the  then-secretary of state handled were classified. That figure does not make sense unless Clinton and her gang carelessly concluded that what they were turning over to State were unclassified or inconsequential. (Some were found to be of a nature higher than Top Secret.) That's why I think the truly incriminating emails as to Benghazi and the Clinton Foundation are to be found in the 34,000 that the FBI is attempting to retrieve.

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