Federal Court Rules Against Hillary Clinton In Email Scandal Probe







Judicial Watch announced earlier that a federal court ordered a hearing for Thursday, August 22, 2019, on the Clinton email issue. The Conservative watchdog group was in court Thursday fighting to force Hillary Clinton to answer questions under oath about her private server. The court ruled that the Clinton email system was “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency.”




Gateway Pundit - Judge Royce Lamberth, a Reagan appointee on Thursday granted Judicial Watch additional discovery and Hillary Clinton has 30 days to oppose to their request to question her under oath. Judicial Watch has four more months to conduct the discovery that Judge Lamberth just granted them, according to JW attorney Ramona Cotca. "Court gives Judicial Watch additional discovery and witnesses on Clinton emails — wants Judicial Watch to 'shake the tree' on newly uncovered potential Clinton email trove. Gives Mrs. Clinton 30 days to oppose our request to question her under oath. [According to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton]





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  1. What the Hell is the DOJ LAWYERS DOING DEFENDING HILLARY CLINTON??? I'D SAY THATS A DEFINATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND WHY IS BARR ALLOWING THIS ????? WHAT A BUNCH OF BS !!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. She should have to pay her own atty fees. Taxpayers should not pay her defense!

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  2. barr is a crook like the rest of them / prob one of Jeff's old clients.....WANKER

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  3. Barr is just another stooge and Durham is a sellout. Don't expect much from that disastrous duo.

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  4. Not investigating Epstein suicide further is another clue to where Barr stands. Too quick. Not expecting much but hope I'm proven wrong.

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  5. Put Hillary on a suicide watch list now

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  6. The ONLY way JUSTICE will be served, is if someone from the public takes this bitch out! The DEEP State is still alive and well!

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