Huma Abedin refuses to take the fall for Hillary

crew-2231211Huma spills the goods on Hillary.


Perhaps the FBI now has enough information to request that Loretta Lynch indites the woman who doesn’t belong in the White House but belongs in prison.

It’s unlikely that Lynch will do her job as she will do Obama’s bidding.



Obama knows if Hillary goes down she will take him with here. 

On Monday, Judicial Watch released a cache of e-mails from Abedin that contained messages between her and Clinton.

Like some released earlier, the documents were obtained by Judicial Watch as part of other FOIA litigation and contained some e-mails not found in the messages Clinton’s lawyers had sent to the State Department.

Clinton has publicly said she gave the State Department all relevant e-mails.

Fallon on Monday said Clinton had turned over “all potentially work-related emails” still in her possession when she received the 2014 request from the State Department, according to the Associated Press.

“Secretary Clinton had some emails with Huma that Huma did not have, and Huma had some emails with Secretary Clinton that Secretary Clinton did not have,” Fallon said last week, according to AP.


IMG_6583Both witnesses to Abedin’s testimony described her as cooperative.

Bloomberg News

Ben Brody

June 29, 2016

A top aide to Hillary Clinton said the former secretary of state’s use of a private e-mail server to conduct government business on at least one occasion got in the way of Clinton’s work and left the aide frustrated, according to two people who witnessed the aide’s deposition Tuesday.

Huma Abedin, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff and now the vice chair of her presidential campaign, was being deposed about the context of a November 2010 e-mail she sent Clinton that they “should talk about putting you on state email or releasing your email address to the department so you are not going to spam.”

Prompting the note, according to the e-mail chain released last week by the State Department under the Freedom of Information Act, was a missed scheduled phone call, one of a number of communications mishaps detailed in Clinton’s 55,000-page e-mail record.


See entire article below.


Clinton responded in the 2010 exchange that she could get a “separate address or device” but said she didn’t “want any risk of the personal being accessible,” according to the e-mail chain. Abedin replied that the missed communications were “not a good system.”

Abedin testified that “the personal” referred to non-government messages Clinton was also exchanging via the e-mail address rather than any improper treatment of government records, according to one of the people who witnessed the deposition. Abedin, whose close relationship with Clinton has led her to be described as a surrogate daughter, was one of a handful of aides to have her own account on the server.

Both witnesses to Abedin’s testimony described her as cooperative. A spokesman for the Clinton campaign, Brian Fallon, didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment. A lawyer for Clinton, David Kendall, declined to comment. A lawyer for Abedin, Miguel Rodriguez, declined to comment.

The deposition was conducted as part of a lawsuit brought by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, which sued the State Department under FOIA in 2013 to obtain access to records regarding Abedin’s simultaneous employment at the State Department, the Clinton Foundation, and a consultancy that catered to international clients. (Abedin’s lawyers say she didn’t do work that would have posed a conflict of interest.) As part of that lawsuit, the presiding judge granted Judicial Watch permission to engage in what he called “limited” discovery into the server and department records practices.

The server set-up has dogged Clinton’s presidential run and provided a frequent attack line for her opponents, including presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Trump has suggested she compromised U.S. secrets with her communications practices and should face jail.

The testimony came on the same day that Republicans on the House Benghazi Committee, which helped uncover Clinton’s e-mail practices, released their final report. It criticized State Department decision-making surrounding the attack on a diplomatic facility in Libya in 2012 that killed four Americans, but contained few revelations about Clinton.



The president of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton, said the e-mails released Monday show Clinton “did not turn over all” records in her possession and raised questions about what other records should have been produced. “I keep on asking, What else is out there?” Fitton said.

In one message released Monday from early in her tenure, Clinton appeared to fret about records management practices.

“I have just realized I have no idea how my papers are treated at State,” Clinton wrote to Abedin in March 2009. “Who manages both my personal and official files?”

State Department spokesman Mark Toner said, “Secretary Clinton’s paper files were appropriately filed and archived.” Toner repeated in a statement that Clinton had said repeatedly that the 55,000 pages represented “all federal email records in her custody.”

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During his June 23 deposition in the matter, Bryan Pagliano, a former Clinton aide who helped maintain the server, invoked his Fifth Amendment rights, according to a transcript released by Judicial Watch. He refused to answer more than 100 questions on issues including how the server was set up, whether it was used to thwart the Freedom of Information Act and whether Clinton deleted government records. A lawyer for Pagliano, Mark MacDougall, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday.

Records released by Judicial Watch show Abedin and Pagliano discussing maintenance of the server and detail on at least one occasion a possible hack attempt.


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2 Responses to Huma Abedin refuses to take the fall for Hillary

  1. Dave the Differentiator term application. says:

    Sadly, the numbers do not pass the smell test. Just how many emails could really be involved?

    Say 2 to 4 year with 365 days and working days of say 200. Is it reasonable to suggest that Hillary had so many “Personal emails” in this period of time? Of course, sleeping and eating and other personal duties would require time as well.

    Please keep in mind that the State Department work emails were required to be released by LAW! Just how many personal emails does Hillary expect us to believe she sent to Bill and others?

    Hillary Clinton is a LIAR and does not even imagine what telling the truth might be!

    Hillary is lazy and not nearly as careful as a LIAR should be.

    IMO – this week-end will have many explosive news events about the Liar Hillary!


  2. Rifleman III says:

    Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal and commented:
    Huma testified, and that knocks the wind out of the sails. Pagliano is in some serious hot water. Bill Clinton, meeting with Lynch, had to have a serious tone, but I do not believe that Lynch will prosecute because she is Obama’s puppet, and if that is the case, her career is kaput. It would be smarter to throw Hillary and Pagliano under the bus, and whip out Biden. Problem is, Biden has been joined at the hip to Obama’s sour and feeble policies, which means that, Trump would mop the pavement with Biden, despite Biden being the standing vice president for the past eight years. But at this point, really, what difference does it make? There is a much bigger issue afoot, and it remains to be seen, as Trump, if he becomes president #45, might not grant clemency to Obama or anyone from the Obama administration, past or present. That, in itself, is the reason why Obama is attacking Trump. There was a fable about a boy who kept prodding a lion with a stick. Trump is not a person to be making angry, because stupidity, has consequences.


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