FBI Discovers Deleted Hillary Emails Are Designed To “PREVENT RECOVERY” – Now Time For Plan B…

FBI Discovers Deleted Hillary Emails Are Designed To “PREVENT RECOVERY” – Now Time For Plan B…

What was it that they said about Watergate? “It wasn’t just the crime, it was the cover-up.” In Hillary’s case of treason and criminal violations of innumerable State Department policies, it IS the crime AND the cover-up. Hillary used software specifically designed to cover her tracks. Why would someone do that, you may be wondering. Because criminals don’t like to be caught; that’s why.


From Young Conservatives:

Hillary Clinton deleted emails in a manner in which they could never be recovered.

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Why do this?

Because she’s hiding something, without question.

There’s literally no other reason.

She knows she broke the law on numerous occasions while secretary of state, and she tried to cover herself.

From Daily Caller:

Hillary Clinton’s team of aides and lawyers deleted emails from her private server using a software program intended to “prevent recovery” and hide traces of deleted files.

South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy revealed the information during an interview on Thursday on Fox News. Citing notes that FBI investigators took during their probe of Clinton’s private email server, Gowdy said that Clinton’s team used open source software called BleachBit to remove tens of thousands of emails from her server.

Gowdy said that the use of the program undermines Clinton’s claims that the emails she withheld from the State Department were innocuous. The former secretary of state has frequently said that the 30,000-plus emails she decided not to give the State Department in Dec. 2014 were about yoga routines and her daughter’s wedding plans.

These aren’t the actions of an innocent person.

Republicans (and Democrats and Libertarians and the world) know Clinton is guilty, they just can’t prove it.

If a mobster under surveillance changes cars six times, it should be assumed that he is likely up to no good.

Similarly, if a bureaucrat willfully violates national security protocols and then obstructs an investigation into these violations using software designed to help them cover their tracks, one should probably presume that they are up to no good.

Now, if only we had a Justice Department that was headed by people who were interested in justice…

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