An email obtained by Wikileaks from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta discusses hiring a lawyer to “pull” emails from the State Dept. in preparation for the upcoming leak.
Note in the email that Podesta suggests what they need to do about the “email thing,” is to hire a “state dept career lawyer to go through all the emails and pull the official ones.”
He goes on to say, “I know all the reasons not to do it but it’s going to happen so we should do it.”
The “reasons not to do it” include that it is unethical and it’s illegal to destroy evidence. It is well documented that the “reasons” for not doing it did not stop the Clinton campaign from doing it. They even went further and used bleach to destroy hard drives and hire IT experts to ensure that the emails would never be found. Next, IT experts were hired to do the dirty work that Podesta requested, but at an even greater level. Those IT professionals pleaded the fifth in order to keep from testifying to what they were asked to do and did for the Clinton machine (see video below).
One email found from one of these IT professionals to another:
“Wondering how we can sneak an email in now after the fact, asking them when they told us to cut the back ups and have them confirm it for our records. Starting to think this whole thing is covering up some shady sh*t. I just think if we have it in writing that they told us to cut the back ups then we could go public with our statement saying we had the back up since day one, then we were told to trim to thirty days it would make us look a whole lot better.”
We can then see Donald Trump lay much of this out in the video of the second debate (VIDEO CLIP BELOW), proven by emails from Clinton’s own employees both in the State Department and in her campaign such as the one in this story. We then watch as Hillary responds by saying, “Everything he just said is absolutely false.” Based on what we know now, it is difficult to say if that statement is humorous or infuriating.