Now it all makes sense…Hillary Clinton was never indicted in the email scandal because the Obama administration refused to hand over any and all emails between former President Barack Obama and Clinton, the former Secretary of State.
Claiming that Obama would be put under public scrutiny, any email that was on Clinton’s private email account was hidden.
“If classified information was mishandled, it was necessarily mishandled on both ends of these email exchanges,” the National Review reported.
Numerous edits have been made to an original statement charging Clinton with mishandling confidentionn information from former FBI Director James Comey, which was written on May 2, 2016. It has been noted by legal experts that references to Clinton’s actions as “grossly negligent” have been removed in regards to misappropriation of classified material.
Senator Ron Johnson recently wrote a letter to the FBI pointing out the missing text messages, as well as Comey stating that Clinton’s misuse of her personal email was “both known by a large number of people and readily apparent.”
According to text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, Jim Rybicki, Comey’s chief of staff, revised the statement and replaced “the President” with “another senior government official,” in order to protect Obama.
WikiLeaks published emails between lead adviser to Obama, John Podesta, and Cheryl Mills, lead aide in the Obama State Department, that stated that Obama’s emails should be protected because “that’s the heart of his exec privilege.”
After Obama lied to CBS News about his knowledge of Clinton’s emails, Mills contacted Podesta in an email that said, “We need to clean this up – he has emails from her – they do not say state.gov.”
Apparently, there were too many emails to hide so the Obama administration had all email communications with Clinton sealed.
Citizens of the United States have a right to know what Obama and Clinton were plotting and planning behind the government’s back. Neither Obama or Clinton have any right to “special” privacy laws, just because it benefits them…and keeps them out of prison.