Nixon’s Watergate Tapes Lost 18 Minutes – Hillary Clinton’s Emails are Missing 5 Months!
In a comparison to the infamous Watergate tapes of President Richard M. Nixon, who resigned office as he was facing impeachment, the emails that Hillary Clinton sent and received on an illegal server are missing 5 months’ worth of emails.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the announcement of the gaps in the Clinton emails at the Leadership Summit on Washington Corruption and the Transparency Crisis, a day-long event in which many of the brightest in Washington come together to discuss what can be done to deal with the crises affecting the country under the Obama administration.
As a side note, I could tell them for free and it wouldn’t take a day to do it. Impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama followed by and indictment and formal charges, followed by trial and a public execution for his treasonous activities against the American people. As for Clinton, we could just bypass the impeachment process and indict her and replicate the rest of the line of judicial process. But, I digress.
Fitton said that there are approximately five months worth of emails that were received, which are missing from January 21, 2009, when she took office as the Secretary of State, until March 17, 2009. As for those Clinton sent, Fitton said those emails were from January 21, 2009 to April 12, 2009 and from December 30, 2012 to February 1, 2013.
Clinton had formerly testified, “I have directed that all of my emails on clintonemail.com in my custody that were or potentially were federal records be provided to the Department of State.”
Fitton claims that with the missing emails, that there is serious doubt that she was telling the truth. He claims, and rightfully so, that Clinton should have turned over every single email, which she apparently did not.
The FBI has taken control of her personal computer, but seriously, can we trust the FBI to do the right thing?
While the State Department claims that it has between 60,000 and 70,000 email correspondence from Clinton printed on paper, they also seem to acknowledge that there may be more. In a statement by the State Department, the department said:
“However, of the sample examined, many of the emails were from Secretary Clinton’s personal email account to official Department email accounts of her staff. Emails originating from Secretary Clinton’s personal email account would only be captured by Department systems when they came to an official Department email account, i.e., they would be captured only in the email accounts of those recipients. Secretary Clinton’s staff no longer work at the Department, and the status of the email accounts of Secretary Clinton’s staff (and other Department recipients) is unknown at this time.”
Isn’t that something? According to Fitton, at least one State Department did not want a written record of his inquiry in the email records of Hillary Clinton, but instead wished to discuss the matter over the phone.
Fitton also said that among the newly obtained documents is an internal appraisal by the State Department that determined none of Clinton’s emails should have been excluded for examination as to whether they were personal or government business.
The document, titled “Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Email Appraisal Report,” dated Feb. 9, 2015, concluded: “As the person holding the highest level job in the Department, any email message maintained by or for the immediate use of the secretary of state is ‘appropriate for preservation.’ This record series cannot be considered personal papers based on the definition of a record in 44 U.S.C. 3301 or Department policy found in 5 FAM 443.”
All of Clinton’s emails should have been turned over to the government for review, Fitton said.
That determination by the State Department is significant, because Clinton said she deleted more than 30,000 emails that her own staff had determined were personal.
Fitton emphasized that none of the Clinton emails were made public voluntarily but were disclosed as the result of litigation.
He compared the five-month Clinton email gap to the infamous 18-minute gap in the audio tapes turned over to Watergate investigators by President Nixon.
And Nixon was the president of the united States who was about to be impeached for his criminal activity. Furthermore, Hillary Clinton was an aide to Jerry Zeifman, the man who served as chief counsel to the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate hearings. Desptie attempts by the left leaning Snopes to claim Zeifman didn’t fire Clinton for lying, in 2014, Zeifman claimed just that in 2014.
“Because she was a liar,” Zeifman said when asked why he fired her. “She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”
One could just call her Hillary Mihous Nixon.
Clinton is a known liar and deceiver. One need to look no further than her claim of dodging sniper fire or the infamous claim that Benghazi was the result of a YouTube video than to discover that when the woman opens her mouth she is lying.
Now, it’s time to stop beating around the bush and bring some justice upon her head!