A federal judge has put out an order for the State Department to search government email accounts of select Clinton aides, for emails related to Benghazi.
Hillary’s massive screw-up — and the subsequent cover-up of events that transpired at Benghazi — have angered Americans for several years now, as many want to see her held accountable for her actions, which led to the deaths of American citizens.
The Daily Caller is reporting:
Washington D.C. District Court Judge Amit Mehta, an Obama appointee, ordered State to search the accounts of Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s top aides at the State Department, in response to a lawsuit filed by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.
Mehta said that the State Department did not do enough to search for all emails it has on its computer systems regarding the Benghazi attacks, which left four Americans dead.
The State Department reviewed the 30,000-plus emails that Clinton returned to the agency in Dec. 2014. It has also searched emails that Abedin, Mills and Sullivan sent and received on personal accounts.
“Secretary Clinton used a private email server, located in her home, to transmit and receive work-related communications during her tenure as Secretary of State,” Mehta said.
Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, was very happy with Mehta’s order, especially as the five-year anniversary of the attack is quickly approaching.
“It is remarkable that we had to battle both the Obama and Trump administrations to break through the State Department’s Benghazi stonewall. Why are Secretary Tillerson and Attorney General Sessions wasting taxpayer dollars protecting Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration?”
What happened at Benghazi was a tragedy that could’ve been avoided had politicians like Hillary Clinton not been more concerned for the advancement of their careers than they were about the safety of American citizens.
Let’s hope that she is eventually held accountable for her actions and that the families of those killed receive a measure of closure from seeing justice served.