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Thursday, October 20, 2016

They got her AGAIN! Judicial Watch just released emails showing that Hillary Clinton communicated with Bryan Pagliano, the guy running her private e-mail server.

Why is this important?

Well, Hillary Clinton was forced to answer 25 questions under oath regarding her private email server.

Judicial Watch asked Clinton to identify all communications between herself and Brian Pagliano regarding the management, preservation, deletion, or destruction of any emails in her clintonemail account.

Hillary responded, “Secretary Clinton states that she does not recall having any communications with Bryan Pagliano concerning or relating to the management, preservation, deletion, or destruction of any emails in her clintonemail.com email account.

But she did communicate with Pagliano specifically when she was having trouble with her Black Berry.

Look:

Well, isn’t that curious.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton hits the nail on the head, “These new emails leave little doubt that Hillary Clinton was less than forthright and misled the public when she wrote, under oath, that she ‘couldn’t recall’ communicating with Bryan Pagliano about her email scheme. No wonder Clinton and her agents deleted these emails time and time again. And these smoking gun emails would never have seen the light of day but for Judicial Watch’s federal lawsuits.”

What’s even worse is that Pagliano invoked his Fifth Amendment right more than 125 times. He even invoked it when asked the simplest question, “During your tenure at the State Department, did you communicate with Secretary Clinton by e-mail?”

These people can’t even answer a simple question and they think they deserve to run the United States of America?

Share if you are DISGUSTED with Hillary Clinton!

H/T: Judicial Watch

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