Breaking: Court orders release of Benghazi-related Clinton emails

    epa03398098 US President Barack Obama (2-L) and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (3-R) take part in the Transfer of Remains Ceremony marking the return to the United States of the remains of the four Americans killed this week in Benghazi, Libya, at Joint Base Andrews in Washington DC, USA, 14 September 2012. Gunmen attacked the US consulate in Benghazi, killing of US ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and three embassy staffs. EPA/MOLLY RILEY / POOL

    According to The Washington Examiner:

    A federal judge has ordered the State Department to turn over eight paragraphs of redacted materials from Hillary Clinton’s emails which are likely to shed more light into what the Obama administration knew about the Benghazi attack two days after it occurred.

    The conservative watchdog Judicial Watch announced the judge’s March ruling on Friday, after they sued for complete access to the redacted emails which the State Department had previously redacted using what’s known as the “deliberative process” exemption.

    Now, the contents of these emails is not yet known but the contents should do a lot to reveal more information on the situation that is Benghazi.

    Judicial watch believes:

    “deliberate effort by the State Department to protect Clinton and the agency by avoiding identifying emails on Clinton’s unofficial, non-secure email server as classified.”

    President of Judicial Watch Tom Cotton had some strong words for our current President Donald Trump

    “Does President Trump know his State and Justice Departments are still trying to provide cover for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama?”

    Without executive protection, the legacies of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are in serious jeopardy if Judicial Watch finds damning evidence in these emails.

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