Team Clinton probably thought that when FBI Director James Comey let the Democrat nominee off the hook in the email investigation on July 5 even though he said that Hillary and her aides “were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information” that the controversy would go away. Just the opposite has happened, compounded by the ongoing John Podesta email hack published by WikiLeaks.
It’s obvious to anyone who is paying attention that a coverup of major proportions is in play. Clinton critics also believe that the missing 30,000 emails might provide confirmation that the former secretary of state was selling favors to multinational corporations and foreign governments in exchange for massive donations to the Clinton Foundation.
The public pronouncements by the Clinton machine has been something along the lines of nothing to see here, but privately it was apparently another matter.
Informal policy advisor and Clinton insider Neera Tanden asked if the person who told Hillary to use a private email server has been ‘drawn and quartered’ yet, in a tongue-in-cheek exchange with Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta…
‘Do we actually know who told Hillary she could use a private email? And has that person been drawn and quartered?” Tanden added [on July 25, 2015]. ‘Like whole thing is fucking insane.’
The same person apparently suggested it would be a suicide mission for the Democrats to nominate Bernie Sanders for president, a dismissive tone that shows up in other WikiLeaks material.
Although President Obama claimed her heard about the private email server scandal on the news, that doesn’t seem to be holding up either. WikiLeaks has also disclosed an email from key Clinton aide Cheryl Mills to Podesta that reportedly read “We need to clean this up – he has emails from her – they do not say state.gov,” in reference to Obama, Fox News reported. “The next day, Clinton Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri also confirmed that Obama was aware of Clinton’s personal account.”
“Clinton’s unauthorized use of an unsecured email server stored in her bathroom while working as Secretary of State has been a millstone around her neck. She willfully ignored State Department protocol while leaving sensitive and classified information open to hacks by any foreign country looking to harm or gain advantage against the United States,” Breitbart added.
Gateway Pundit is compiling an ongoing archive of all the Podesta emails published by WikiLeaks.