Is Hillary Clinton gearing up to run for president in 2024?
Hillary Clinton on Thursday popped off about Trump’s former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ private email accounts.
MANBC’s far-left conspiracy theorist and resident lunatic Rachel Maddow said: “If Hillary Clinton’s email protocols were a major national story for over a year, Mark Meadows’ use of private email accounts matters, too”
Clinton responded to a post on the Maddow Blog: “Especially since his emails were about plotting a coup d’etat, while ours were about gefilte fish.”
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Gefilte fish? We were told Clinton’s BleachBit emails from her private server were mainly about Chelsea Clinton’s wedding and yoga.
Especially since his emails were about plotting a coup d’etat, while ours were about gefilte fish. https://t.co/XLYENxoCbn
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 16, 2021
This past week the January 6 committee proved again that it is not after the truth.
Liz Cheney read Meadows’ text messages in front of the corrupt Jan 6 Committee which proved President Trump’s innocence.
The messages showed that there was absolutely no ‘insurgency’ and no ‘coup d’etat’ on the part of the Trump team.
Hillary Clinton used a private Gmail account while she was the head of the Department of State (from 2009-2013) to evade FOIA as she ran her influence peddling scheme.
Recall, it was Judicial Watch who blew the story wide open about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server after they sued for communications and records related to the Benghazi terrorist attack that left 4 Americans dead.
Hillary Clinton transmitted classified information over her private server, including outing the name of a clandestine CIA agent.
The FBI investigation into Hillary’s use of a private server was a sham from the beginning; the fix was in.
Fired FBI Director James Comey and CI Chief Peter Strzok discussed charging Hillary Clinton, however, they changed the wording from “gross negligence” (a chargeable crime) to “extremely careless” (not a crime).