I had someone ask me what real good does Judicial Watch do other than file Freedom of Information lawsuits, seeking tons of government documents.
At the time, I told him that if it wasn’t for Judicial Watch, most of America would be ignorant of much of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal including her lies and attempt to delete her emails.
Evidently, US District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth agrees.
He slammed the Department of Justice and State Department for acting in ‘bad faith’ and possibly colluding with or aiding Hillary Clinton as she tried to hide her thousands of emails sent via a private unsecured server.
Lamberth gave both agencies just 10 days to prepare and present a full discovery of the Clinton email debacle.
The National Sentinel – Federal court blasts DoJ, State Dept.; orders discovery plan to see if Hillary sought to HIDE her emails to evade law – Daylight: It’s become self-evident that were in not for Judicial Watch, much of what is now known about the various political scandals involving former President Obama’s administration would still be unknown.
The watchdog scored another victory for transparency in government on Thursday involving Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to conduct official business.
According to a press release, U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth “excoriated” the Department of Justice and the State Department for potentially acting in “bad faith” while colluding to “scuttle public scrutiny” of Clinton’s use of a private server which many believe she did in order to hide her various dealings and activities from the ‘prying eyes’ of Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) requests, in violation of federal open records rules…
Hopefully, President Trump’s new nominee to replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, William Barr, will do what is right and conduct thorough criminal investigations into the many allegations made against Democrats during and after the 2016 elections.
Knowing Barr’s reputation, Hillary Clinton, her campaign staff, members of the Democratic National Committee, Fusion GPS, James, Comey, Robert Mueller and Andrew McCabe should be getting rather nervous.
Peter Strzok and Lisa Page should also be concerned about their future freedom or lack there of and possible future residence if Barr does his job.
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