Hillary’s email server has been wiped clean. An admission made a month after the server’s existence became public knowledge.
WASHINGTON, March 29, 2015 — Rosemary Woods, President Nixon’s private secretary, insisted during testimony before congressional investigative committees and a federal grand jury that she accidentally erased a crucial 18-and-a-half minute audio recording of a conversation between the president and White House chief of staff H.R. Haldeman, while answering her office phone.
Professor John Bolt, who established and ran the Acoustics Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, told Congress’s Watergate Tapes Committee that the audio gap “had been erased by pressing the erase, start and stop buttons nine separate times,” said an Associated Press story of 1976.
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David Kendall, the attorney who advised President Bill Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, informed Congress that “there are no… emails from Secretary [Hillary] Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state on… [her home email] server for any review, even if such review were appropriate or legally authorized,” he informed the House committee investigating the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
In other words, Hillary’s email server has been wiped clean. An admission made a month after the server’s existence became public knowledge.
“Not only was the secretary the sole arbiter of what was a public record, she also summarily decided to delete all emails from her server, ensuring no one could check behind her analysis in the public interest,” said Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
The emails of concern likely pertain to possible foreign fundraising conducted by Mrs. Clinton on behalf of the shadowy Clinton Foundation, a.k.a, the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, under whose auspices the Clinton Global Initiative operates.
One Middle Eastern contributor is the United Arab Emirates. The U.A.E. figured prominently in the FBI’s monograph The Financing of the 9/11 Plot. “Upon their arrival in the United States, the [9/11] hijackers received a total of approximately $130,000 from overseas facilitators via wire or bank-to-bank transfers. Most of the transfers originated from the Persian Gulf financial center of Dubai, U.A.E.”
“The U.A.E gave us money,” Bill Clinton recently told the press at the Coral Gables, Fla., Clinton Global Initiative University. “Do we agree with everything they do? No… I believe we have done a lot more good than harm and I believe this is a good thing.”
In the depths of the Great Depression, soup kitchens began to appear throughout Chicago. “He couldn’t stand to see those poor devils starving,” an anonymous source told the Chicago Evening Post. “And nobody else seemed to be doing much, so the big boy decided to do it himself.”
The “big boy” was gangster Al Capone, whose kitchens fed approximately 1,100 people a day.
“The attendants have refused to say who was financing it, replying that their instructions were to hand out food, ask no questions and answer no queries,” said the Associated Press.
Email evidence of Clinton family legal or ethical “harm” may have been expunged, but the world, like Capone’s Chicago, is a better place thanks to the good works of Bill and Hillary’s foundation.
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