Has Wikileaks released the seven words that show the ‘intent’ that James Comey and the FBI were unable to locate during their investigation?
This past summer, Comey cleared Hillary Clinton of any wrongdoing in a case that seemed to be clear-cut: mishandling classified information on multiple occasions by setting up a private email server in her home.
The FBI director at the time claimed that he could not prove Clinton’s intent.
In an email from campaign chair John Podesta to Cheryl Mills, he writes “we are going to have to dump all those emails so better to do so sooner than later.”
Notice something about that email? Take a closer look at the date – March 2nd, 2015.
Ring a bell?
It was the very same day that the New York Times broke the story about Hillary’s illegal private email server.
Understand, there is no ambiguity about what is being said here. There is no gray area in which the Clinton camp and Podesta can claim,”well, we were actually referring to handing the emails over.”
Why? Because the emails weren’t requested under subpoena until two days later:
Further, nobody on the Clinton campaign can say that the subpoenas were issued on the 4th, but we knew about them prior to that. Here is the signature and date on the document request:
The two top aides for Hillary Clinton were discussing “dump”ing emails on the same day a major story broke about the scandal, and prior to knowing they would have to turn them over.
That’s called intent.
Mr. Comey – It’s time to start prosecuting the people involved.
Cross-posted at the Political Insider