Trump’s State Department Widens Probe Of Hillary Clinton’s Email Server


The U.S. State Department just gave Hillary Clinton and the Democrats some very bad news.

According to a new bombshell report by the Washington Post, the State Department has ramped up its investigation into Hillary Clinton and her email scandal.

The Hillary email scandal has been investigated and in fact, the investigation has been ongoing, but the new report shows that the State Department is now widening its investigation.

The report cites numerous unnamed Obama-era officials who have been questioned in recent weeks about Hillary and her disdain for the law.

From Breitbart: On Saturday, the Washington Post reported State Department officials informed up to 130 Clinton aides that they were found to be “culpable” of handling information that was classified lower than they should have been when transmitted through the private server.

Although some former Obama administration officials have attempted to discredit the investigation by accusing the Trump administration of targeting them, one official retorted that “the process is set up in a manner to completely avoid any appearance of political bias.”

“This has nothing to do with who is in the White House,” another official affirmed. “This is about the time it took to go through millions of emails, which is about three and a half years.”

An FBI examination of Clinton’s server found over 100 emails containing classified information, including 65 emails deemed “Secret” and 22 deemed “Top Secret”. An additional 2,093 emails not marked classified were retroactively classified by the State Department.

A Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigation into Clinton’s server found at least 100 emails containing classified information, including 65 emails declared “Secret” and 22 regarded as “Top Secret.” Additionally, the State Department retroactively classified 2,093 emails that were not initially marked as such.

Some experts charge Clinton broke multiple laws, including 18 U.S. Code § 1924, which forbids “unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material.”