Hillary Clinton has maintained there’s no damning evidence in her emails — a claim that’s pretty easy to maintain when you’ve wiped 30,000 emails that could’ve proven otherwise. Even though an additional 15,000 of her emails have just surfaced, the FBI investigation into her private email server is over. Only her reputation is at risk, if anything were to be uncovered in them.Meanwhile, the aide she describes as a second daughter has attracted attention for the contents of her emails. Among the contents of Huma Abedin’s emails released by Judicial Watch earlier this week were communications showing she had warned colleagues Hillary was “often confused” and needed to have her hand held regarding calls with foreign leaders. Another email chain shows the Clinton Foundation using Huma to arrange meetings between its donors and Hillary while she served as Secretary of State.
But as World Net Daily noted, that’s hardly the most suspicious fact about her emails.
Judicial Watch’s release this week of 725 pages of State Department emails involving Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin demonstrates the Obama administration considers a large percentage of the emails sent through Clinton’s private server too sensitive for Congress or the American public to read.
Of the 725 pages, more than 250 pages were 100 percent redacted, many with “PAGE DENIED” stamped in bold.Judicial Watch said the new cache includes previously unreleased email exchanges in which former Abedin “provided influential Clinton Foundation donors special, expedited access to the secretary of state.”
Judicial Watch added that in many instances, the preferential treatment provided to donors was at the specific request of Clinton Foundation executive Douglas Band.
“The Abedin emails reveal that the longtime Clinton aide apparently served as a conduit between Clinton Foundation donors and Hillary Clinton while Clinton served as secretary of state. In more than a dozen email exchanges, Abedin provided expedited, direct access to Clinton for donors who had contributed from $25,000 to $10 million to the Clinton Foundation,” Judicial Watch said in a statement announcing the release.Well, it looks like Hillary wasn’t the only one sending sensitive information over her private email server. Another discovery through the claims was that while in India, Huma left a batch of classified documents in the front seat of her car.
For those connected to Hillary Clinton, it’s just another day, another felony.
[Note: This post was written by The Analytical Economist]