Judicial Watch has just proven again what a vital resource they are.
They have continued in their effort to obtain documents and expose Clinton scandals long after MSM has abandoned it.
And they keep dropping juicy tidbits.
From Conservative Tribune:
Judicial Watch announced in a news release Friday that it had just published newly found documents from the non-governmental email account used by Huma Abedin, deputy chief of staff and all-around right-hand to Clinton before, during and after her stint at the State Department.
Some 448 pages of heavily redacted government documents and email chains were obtained by Judicial Watch as part of the continuation of a 2015 lawsuit filed against the State Department by the conservative watchdog group that demanded “All emails of official State Department business received or sent by former Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin from January 1, 2009 through February 1, 2013 using a non-‘state.gov’ email address.”
The emails show ample examples of pay-for-play and favors for those who made hefty gifts to the Clinton foundation.
How that detail — that Hillary Clinton and her confidants were open to accepting cash for favors — made it through the redaction process is anyone’s guess. But it sure doesn’t look good for Clinton.
Some of those favors included obtaining visas for specific people to enter the country who otherwise wouldn’t have been able to, paying extra special attention to major corporate donors to ensure they stayed satisfied, and even some donors seeking appointments to certain ambassadorships in cushy and luxurious posts around the world.
The emails also showed information, including classified, flowed unrestricted between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation.
Sensitive documents such as Clinton schedules were also within the emails.
Additionally, Huma sought advice on work questions from at least one controversial subject.
Abedin sought advice on governmental foreign affairs from people outside the government, specifically her mother, Saleha Abedin, a controversial Islamist activist believed to be affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood.
The head of Judicial Watch asked, when would it be enough to finally get a serious criminal investigation?
“I’m not sure how much more evidence of pay for play, classified information mishandling, and influence-peddling from Clinton’s email server one would need to show a serious criminal investigation is required,” Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said in a statement.