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Judicial Watch gets Huma emails Friday will it be “Page Denied” Again?



A citizen-led government watchdog group will get another chance to at a FOIA lawsuit request for Clinton aide, Huma Abedin emails on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

Judicial Watch has reported on social media that they have been notified that a previously overlooked batch of emails will be released sometime Friday.

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In his Thursday message, Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch said:

“We just found out that there are 2,800 Huma Abedin Government documents on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.  The Documents were there because Huma was conducting Government business on Hillary’s illicit server,” said Fitton.

Fitton said that FBI was told there were government documents by Comey,  on the laptop and moved quickly in “cover-up fashion”.

“The FBI realized there were Aberdeen emails and started processing them.   They turned them over to the State Department.   After sitting on them for the last 6 months, they are releasing them to us.” Fitton said in his message.

Fitton has been working for years to get a look at Abedin’s emails.

“We have had a lot of Abedin emails already.  They show -Pay for Play. Clinton Foundation, Abedin, and State Department.  There are crimes – you can not have classified information on a  non-secure system,” he said.


In a past release of 725 pages of Abedin emails released by the Obama administration, Judicial Watch reported that more than 250 were 100 percent redacted, many with “PAGE DENIED” stamped in bold.

Judicial Watch said then that the Obama batch included previously unreleased email exchanges in which former Abedin “provided influential Clinton Foundation donors special, expedited access to the secretary of state.”

Judicial Watch added, in the May 2015 lawsuit, that in many instances, the preferential treatment provided to donors was at the specific request of Clinton Foundation executive Douglas Band.

“This is a disturbing development,” said  Fitton. “Our experience with Abedin’s emails suggest these Weiner laptop documents will include classified and other sensitive materials.”

Abedin had said she had no idea why some of her official emails were found on her ex-husband’s laptop, and she did not surrender the computer to State Department investigators when she turned over other government devices.

According to Judicial Watch The  Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails that were sent or received during her tenure from February 2009 to January 31, 2013 (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-00687)). The case is before Judge James E. Boasberg.

“We’ll keep pushing against this Deep State approach to transparency that protects Hillary Clinton and the corrupt Obama administration,” Finton said



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Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats Mocks President Trump at Globalist Festival



The acting Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, took the opportunity to throw shade at President Donald Trump while speaking at the Aspen Security Forum on Thursday. The annual event at a ski resort in Colorado has served for several years as a venue for leading neoconservatives, uber-hawks, and  Washington D.C based defense contractors to coordinate their political activities, recently becoming an opportunity for the elite bureaucrat class to fume collectively in hatred against the America First vision of foreign policy articulated by President Trump. However, it comes as a surprise to many to see an acting high-level U.S national security official speak publicly against the foreign policy of peaceful and principled realism set forth by the President he is nominally bound to serve as Commander-in-Chief.

Speaking to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, Director Coats justified an earlier statement of opposition he had released in response to the President’s press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, stating that he “needed to correct the record,” and that he “wished [Trump] had made a different statement.” Coats went on to express a sense of bewilderment upon learning that Trump had invited President Putin to the White House for further bilateral negotiations, initially asking Mitchell to repeat herself before responding with “okay… That’s going to be special,” speaking in reference to the planned White House visit.

Coats even floated the possibility of resignation from his office in his discussion with the MSNBC talk show host, answering a question about whether of not he had even considered resigning from his position as a form of protest against the sitting President’s national security policies by saying it was “a place I don’t really go to, publicly.” It’s uncertain if the President deserves intelligence personnel who are able to fully devote their efforts to apolitical public service without the possibility of resigning to advance an alternate political agenda, from the perspective of the acting U.S intelligence chief.

Other deep-state linked political figures, such as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and the former pundit-extraordinaire and now full-time Twitter crybaby Bill Kristol, were in attendance at the four-day exclusive conference, with tickets for attendance ranging from $1,500 to $2,000.

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