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Published On: Fri, Aug 14th, 2015

Judicial Watch fires back at Hillary Clinton over email scandal

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement in response to Hillary Clinton’s attack on the grassroots organization on Univision yesterday:

Hillary Clinton’s attacks on Judicial Watch for its success in suing for her State Department records under the Freedom of Information Act will not deter us from our nonpartisan work.  Hillary Clinton has a nasty record of attacking and threatening those who try to hold her accountable to the law.  It was Hillary Clinton who chose to conduct official government business on a separate email system.  It was this decision by Hillary Clinton that placed classified information and the nation’s security at risk.  In addition, it prevented government records from being properly searched as required by law in response to Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act requests and lawsuits.  A federal judge has led the way in requesting answers from her under penalty of perjury.  Mrs. Clinton has a problem with the truth and obeying the law – and that is why a federal judge has requested information from Mrs. Clinton, the State Department, and her closest advisors.  Blaming Judicial Watch for the email mess she made is pathetic.

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Here’s from that interview:  Let’s talk about a subject that seems that it’s very difficult to go away. And that’s the e-mail scandal. Even though you swore under penalty of perjury that you have turned over all e-mails that are related to any kind of, you know, federal record. Judicial Watch is still claiming that it’s not enough. Do you think that at the least that this has created the perception that you’re hiding something?

CLINTON: No, because you have to remember Judicial Watch is a partisan group that has been suing Democrats, me in particular, for twenty years. Anything that they can sue over to create partisan advantage, they do. The facts are very clear here. I did turn over all work-related e-mails in an effort to help the State Department make sure that their records were complete. And those are the facts. Now that doesn’t mean I will ever convince these partisans who are, you know, trying to make all sorts of allegations. But I think the American people understand that.
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  1. Wes Ponder says:

    If it were a republican candidate they would be through as a candidate. The so called justice department under Obama hasn’t been aggressive enough. She wiped cleaned her server went extraordinary efforts to do so. After all she couldn’t even run a fax machine definitely got help wiping it clean.

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