44 More Lies Turn Up In #CrookedHillary Emails ! #TrumpTrain
Election 2016: Judicial Watch, which has been doing all the heavy lifting to expose the extent of Hillary Clinton's scandalous use of a private email account while secretary of state, released dozens of emails on Tuesday that shouldn't exist.
For more than a year, Clinton insisted that she didn't use her private email account until after March 18, 2009, since those were the earliest emails she turned over to the State Department. According to Clinton, before that date, she was using an old Blackberry email account, to which she no longer had access.
Her campaign website continues to make this claim: "Early in her term, Clinton continued using an att.blackberry.net account that she had used during her Senate service."
Yet in March, Judicial Watch unearthed several emails to and from Hillary's private email account in February. And this week, it released more than 30 emails that predate the time Clinton claims she started using her clintonemail.com account, along with other work emails sent in April 2009 that she never turned over, despite her claims to the contrary. The combined total adds up to 44 newly unearthed email exchanges.
These emails are mostly mundane exchanges between Clinton and her top aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills. But in one exchange, Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach shares testimony he is about to give to Congress about China's monetary and trade policies. "Can he come to the embassy" while she is in Beijing, Clinton asks. As Judicial Watch points out, Morgan Stanley has been "a long-time financial supporter of the Clintons."
The emails Judicial Watch released in March showed Clinton's battle with security officials over attempts to get her a secure Blackberry.
But beyond the content, the new emails are important for a number of reasons.
First, they show that Clinton was -- and still is -- lying about when she started using her clintonemail.com account. In fact, the latest batch of emails prove that her private email address was already in wide circulation long before she claimed she started using it.
In addition to Morgan Stanley's Roach, the list of those who sent emails to Clinton's allegedly inactive email address includes Strobe Talbott, president of the Brookings Institution (a large, liberal think tank in Washington); Burns Strider, Hillary's "faith guru" and founding partner of the Eleison Group consulting firm; Dan Utech, who had just been named a senior adviser to Energy Secretary Steven Chu; Clinton friend Marty Torrey; and Sandy Berger, who was Bill Clinton's National Security Adviser.
Second, these emails where Clinton is conducting State Department business were being sent and received at a time when Clinton's server was completely unprotected.
Shortly after the email story broke in March 2015, Salt Lake City-based security firm Venafi discovered that "for the first three months of Secretary Clinton's term, access to the server was not encrypted or authenticated with a digital certificate."
In other words, from January through March, it was wide open to hackers who might want to steal personal information.
During those months, Clinton had visited countries "known to have active eavesdropping campaigns," Venafi vice president Kevin Bocek told Fortune more than a year ago.
At the time, this finding didn't appear to mean much since Clinton was claiming that she wasn't using this email account. Now we know she was.
It is also worth noting that these emails turned up only after a State Department search of Huma Abedin's computer files. So who knows how many more emails Clinton sent and received during her first three months in office that haven't seen the light of day -- and probably never will.
Clinton is a bold-faced -- if not pathological -- liar. She very likely compromised national security. She was reckless and cavalier. She mostly likely broke the law, a fact even the FBI acknowledged when it dismissed the case. And the way things are going, she is likely to be the next president of the United States.