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FBI Magically Unearths More Hillary Clinton Emails

It’s amazing how Hillary Clinton’s email messages seem to “magically” appear out of nowhere. All it takes is for somebody to stand over the FBI’s shoulder as they look for them. Like mushrooms, another 80 pages popped up out of the Federal Bureau of Instigation’s dirty deep-state darkness last week.

Hillary’s emails just magically appear

“Magically, after years, Tom Fitton notes in a recent statement, “the FBI finds more Clinton emails that are classified, involve Benghazi, and detail communications with President Obama.” The steady drip of crucial evidence irritated the judge enough to order Hillary Clinton to face direct interrogation in a legal deposition.

Since Clinton’s lawyers chose to torture the court with their steady “drip, drip game,” Tom Fitton and his Judicial watch attorneys are expected to grill Hillary Clinton like it’s a back room enhanced interrogation session with Gina Haspel.

Back in January, the FBI coughed up 37 pages of Clinton’s errant emails that were found stuffed in a drawer somewhere. That batch also alerted investigators to the fact that not only was Hillary doing business illicitly on her secret server, she was texting off the record too. As Judicial Watch points out, “the State Department de-classified the emails on January 8, 2020. The emails also show Clinton used text messages to conduct official business.”

A copy of every email went to China

It has been widely reported that “a Chinese state-owned company reportedly hacked” Clinton’s insecure server to insert “code that forwarded them a copy of virtually every email she sent or received after that.”

This hidden courtesy copy was uncovered in 2015 by the spy community watchdog called the Intelligence Community Inspector General. They told Peter Strzok, who magically buried it. “the ICIG was so concerned by the revelation that officials drove over to the FBI to inform agents — including anti-Trump agent Peter Strzok — of the development after it was discovered via the emails’ metadata.”

Obama’s Uncle Omar arrested for drunk driving.

So what was in Xi Jinping’s inbox back then?

As revealed by the latest disclosure, On August 29, 2011 they intercepted an email with the subject “Talking Points for POTUS” and the FBI blacked the whole page out with a magic marker. There were two things on Barack Obama’s agenda that day, one was a block of Bush administration surveillance policy, the other was his uncle Omar, who had just been arrested on drunk driving charges. Neither one would be safe in the hands of our enemies.

Whatever classified information Hillary was chatting to British Prime Minister Tony Blair about on January 23, 2012 is common knowledge around the world, but not to the American public.

Some of the other magically delicious mushrooms were exchanged that discussed the Muslim Brotherhood and possibly named secret operatives who were “Sources with access to the highest levels of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Western intelligence and security services.” They will be glad to know that the Chinese military has a file on each of them.

On November 7, 2012, the documents reveal, “Cheryl Mills forwarded a classified email chain with the subject ‘global health doc’ to Clinton’s personal email.” The world may never know the viral bullet we might have dodged that day but the Chinese do. “The initial email included a draft of the document, which was labeled and highlighted ‘Confidential fyi — not for larger dissemination to ANY others.'”

It’s a good thing that China wasn’t interested in assassinating Hillary Clinton on November 3, 2012 because they knew her exact movements for the day. Clinton’s main scheduler Lona Valmoro sent “the secretary of State’s sensitive daily schedule to Clinton and Abedin on Clinton’s homebrew server.”

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