Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Cheryl Mills to Destroy Emails about Hillary Clinton?

In case there is doubt left in anyone’s mind about why you want a personal email server, here it is: you can destroy any evidence you wish to deep six.

Let’s look at the case of Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s closest confidante and advisor next to Huma Abedin.

In a letter sent to the U.S. State Department and just filed today with U.S. federal Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, pictured, lawyers for Cheryl Mills wrote:

“Ms. Mills does not believe that she has paper copies of potential records in her possession. Following our production on August 10, 2015 of the defense counsel’s version of the electronic records, we have instructed her to delete any and all electronic records in her possession.”

That means there will be nothing in Mills’ possession that could be subpoenaed. DOcuments with her lawyers are protected.

See, Judge Sullivan, in response to lawsuits seeking the government records of Mills and other Clinton staffers, asked that no evidence be destroyed while the multiple court processes play out. The Clintons are pulling every legal lever available to block as much information from the public as they can. Judicial Watch has made an emergency filing in Judge Sullivan’s court to stop the further destruction of evidence of what may very well be assorted criminal conduct and violations of numerous federal laws.

This all just surfaced in the State Department’s status report filed Friday in response to Judge Sullivan’s order to produce an update on where State stands in producing all of the documents demanded by the court. State finally produced some correspondence between it and Hillary’s right and left hands — Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills. It has not produced its correspondence directly with Clinton, and it is now clear that Clinton, Abedin and Mills plan to thumb their noses at the Judge and the State Department. No one is cooperating.

The limited correspondence that has been produced verifies that the State Department itself has not been forthcoming with Judge Sullivan, with Congress, or with anyone else. WHat should have been a politically-neutral cabinet agency, State instead allowed Clinton to use an off-the-grid system for her entire tenure in the Department, and it kept that startling fact a secret as long as possible.

And hey, small coincidence: there was no Inspector General at the State Department while Clinton led the department. As soon as an Inspector General was chosen, and had the opportunity to review only 40 Clinton emails, he immediately identified classified or sensitive information that should never have been outside the State’s secure channels.