Hillary Clinton’s email woes are not over yet. The embattled Democrat, who lost the presidential election to Donald Trump, is still under fire. Now that new messages have surfaced, the FBI is pumping the brakes as the department reviews the new messages that have come to light, but you shouldn’t expect them to indict the corrupt Democrat as they prove once again that she’s above the law.
The FBI has stated that Hillary was “extremely careless” with the information flowing across her secret server in the form of emails, yet she wasn’t criminal liable. Now that the election is over, the FBI could look into her emails further without the media accusing the agency of partisan politics for trying to look into criminal activity, but they probably won’t. However, they really should since some of these newly released emails are very disturbing.
According to Fox News:
Newly revealed emails, which were posted as the result of litigation, show [Hillary] Clinton’s top advisers griping about her during her time as Secretary of State; an Asian ruler who later implemented Sharia law saying he considered former President Bill Clinton part of his “family”; and Clinton talking about Justin Cooper, one of the key figures who administered to her private server.
In advance of a September 2012 meeting with the Sultan of Brunei, a known tyrant who would later impose Sharia law on his people, Hillary’s top advisor Huma Abedin emailed Hillary, saying that Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah hoped to have dinner with Hillary and her family.
Of course, those aren’t the only emails the FBI should be concerned about. Hillary Clinton was more than careless in discussions regarding her passwords and schedules as well. The new batch of messages released by the State Department on Tuesday shows that the former Secretary of State and her team routinely shared her upcoming schedules, talking points, and other sensitive items, such as her iPad password, all on her private server.
The FBI also said that even after Justin Cooper, the tech who set up Hillary’s private server, informed her of multiple hacking attempts, Hillary and her crew continued to send sensitive emails over the compromised server.
Most of the released emails, however, are heavily redacted. Unlike the John Podesta emails, which Wikileaks released in full, the State Department is making attempts to protect Hillary and her cronies by only releasing bits and pieces of the relevant information.
Hillary’s email woes could turn into a headache for her should the FBI continue to find circumstantial evidence of illicit and criminal behavior, such as collusion with an Asian dictator who imposed Sharia law. It isn’t looking good for Hillary, but the FBI hasn’t been too keen on indictment of the obviously criminal Democrat either.
She’s apparently above the law, and all we can do now is hope that she faces justice for the horrible things she has done. Unfortunately, it’s doubtful that this will be the nail in her coffin. If you’re tired of Hillary getting away with her crimes, share this, making your thoughts known. Perhaps those who are supposed to be working for the American people will listen if we raise our voices loud enough to be heard.