While the Left-leaning media has decided that the Clinton email scandal is old news – just like Clinton’s health issues, her State Department’s collusion with the Clinton Foundation, and the Clinton Foundations dissemination of watered-down HIV/AIDs drugs to patients in sub-Saharan Africa – serious journalists and outraged Americans believe where there’s smoke there’s fire. And it is quite smoky.
New evidence coming in the form of an FBI document dump Friday proves that President Obama corresponded with Hillary Clinton over her private, unsecured and unauthorized email account and server using a pseudonym. This evidence proves both that Obama knew of the unsecured communications avenue and tacitly approved of its use, via Politico.com. One can only come to the conclusion that because of this Hillary Clinton was spared an indictment in the matter.
The contents of the email exchanged – all of them – are being hidden from the public under the guise of executive privilege. This sequestering of what are supposed to be “innocent” emails is another indicator that the Obama Administration has run interference for Clinton.
The revelation came as the FBI released a second batch of documents from its investigation into Clinton’s unethical use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. It should be noted here that Federal Government agencies routinely execute “document dumps” on Fridays and on days before holidays in an effort to do it as quietly as possible; to draw as little attention to damaging information as possible.
The 189 pages the bureau released Friday includes notes from interviews with Clinton’s closest aides and confidants. Included in this group were Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills; senior State Department officials; and even Marcel Lazar, better known as the Romanian hacker “Guccifer.”
In one April interview of Abedin, she was shown an email exchange between Clinton and Obama in which he used the pseudonym. She didn’t recognize it – or at least said she didn’t recognize it, but when told of the user’s identity exclaimed in horror, “How is this not classified?”
It has been common knowledge since last year that Obama and Clinton occasionally corresponded via her unsecure private account. The White House – in its quest for plausible deniability – insists Obama did not know she relied on it routinely and exclusively for official business.
Additional interviewees whose report notes were made public Friday include: Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s policy planning director; Bryan Pagliano, a former Clinton technology aide; Monica Hanley, a veteran Clinton aide who worked for her in the Senate and at State; and Sidney Blumenthal, Clinton’s longtime confidant.
While testimony given by her closet aids painted Hillary Clinton an inept with technology – even going so far as to say Clinton couldn’t even remember her own passwords, that is impossible to believe for someone who have over ten communications devices and who was savvy enough to know she would need a separate Internet avenue for communication to cover-up necessary emails about her unethical and most likely illegal activities.
With the revelation that Obama routinely corresponded with Clinton of her clandestine server – and using a cloaked identity, we can understand why a political hand-puppet like Loretta Lynch would seek to interfere on Clinton’s behalf in any investigation into shady communications.