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So far, the State Department has processed more than 32,000 pages of Hillary Clinton‘s emails as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit from conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch. At a recent court hearing, however, the Department acknowledged that this isn’t even half of the total number of records that they have to release. According to a press release from the organization, the State Department admitted in federal court that they still have 40,000 pages of emails that they still have to go through.
“Secretary Tillerson should be asked why his State Department is still sitting on a motherlode of Clinton emails,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement. “It is disheartening that an administration elected to ‘drain the swamp’ is stalling the release of documents to protect Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.”
They have to go through each one and mark the classified stuff as they have with all the others so far.
I bet they will eventually release all of these remaining (unless more are discovered) emails and save the best ones for last.
"Last" meaning right near the 2018 elections !!
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Those would be the missing emails which they had on a flash stick all along. Its right in the wilikeak's emails her inner circle talking about it.
Hillary's Leaky Campaign Trail:
The Bernie Sanders Files
The Clinton Foundation / Clinton Global Initiative Files
The Character Witness & Ethics Files
The Collusion / Corruption / Election Rigging Files
The Email Scandals / State Secrets / Benghazi Files
The Al Qaeda / ISIS / Middle East Files
The Lapdog Media Files
The George Soros Files
The Economy & TPP Files
The Social inJustice Files
See also the mega-dump Repository Thread:
The #WikiLeaks #DNCLeaks #Podesta Whistleblowers & FOIA Key Hillary Findings Repository Thread