CONFIRMED: Hillary To Get An “October Surprise” She’ll Never Forget
An additional 14,900 emails sent or received by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her time at the State Department were slated to begin being released no later than October, just a month before the presidential election.
“A federal judge on Monday pressed the State Department to begin releasing emails sooner than mid-October as it planned,” The Washington Post reported, adding that the emails were to be turned over to Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog organization.
“We’re pleased the court accelerated the State Department’s timing,” Judicial Watch president tom Fitton said. “We’re trying to work with the State Department here, but let’s be clear: They have slow-walked and stonewalled the release of these records.”
The department has been in possession of the additional 14,900 emails since at least July 25. However, it has been using every trick in the book to delay releasing them, perhaps hoping it could prevent them from getting out before the culmination of this presidential election season.
But thanks to a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch several months ago, those emails will soon be released — and their content could potentially change the trajectory of the election.
Just the presence of these 14,900 emails, which The Post noted were “nearly 50 percent more than the roughly 30,000 emails that Clinton’s lawyers deemed work-related,” was damning in itself, as it again showed the former secretary of state to be either a liar, incompetent … or both.
With these emails now slated to be released in October, and with the probability of these emails containing even more incriminating evidence against Clinton being quite high, things were not looking good for the Democrat presidential candidate — though she had only herself to blame for it.
H/T The Daily Caller