By WND. It’s long been known that former secretary of state and twice-failed Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton routed classified government information through her unsecure personal email system while she was in office.
Now, the Washington watchdog Judicial Watch says it has discovered not only more evidence of classified information on her unsecure system but “collusion between the Clinton State Department and the Clinton Foundation.”
Judicial Watch said the latest 281 pages of emails are among those “that Clinton had attempted to delete or had otherwise failed to disclose.” . . .
For example, there was a November 2010 email to the government with the subject line “How do I get through to Bill Clinton” in which a lawyer asks Clinton campaign official Ed Meier if he could get to the “gatekeepers” to get Bill Clinton to give a speech in Spain, noting that “a large bank is willing to pay for it.”
Meier forwarded the email to former State Department Deputy Chief of Staff Jake Sullivan, who sent it to former Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin. Abedin sent it to Bill Clinton’s scheduler at the Clinton Foundation, Terry Krinvic, who provided Clinton’s contact information. (Read more from “Collusion Finally Revealed, but It Doesn’t Involve Trump” HERE)
Hillary Clinton’s Email List, Voter Data, Campaign Software Costing Democrats Millions, Report Says
By Fox News. Democratic campaign organizations have paid or pledged to pay more than $2 million for key parts of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign infrastructure — including her email list and campaign software — as the party ramps up a costly campaign to win back both houses of Congress this November, The Intercept reported Wednesday.
According to the report, the Democratic National Committee will pay Clinton’s PAC Onward Together $1.65 million for access to her campaign resources, including voter data. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has paid more than $700,000 to rent the email list.
In contrast, then-President Barack Obama gifted his email list worth nearly $2 million to the DNC as an in-kind contribution in 2015, the report added.
Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile told The Intercept she had negotiated quarterly payments to the Clinton campaign in exchange for access to the list. She said the last payment initially was scheduled for February of this year. However, DNC spokesperson Xochitl Hinojosa told the website that Brazile’s successor, Tom Perez, restructured the payment schedule and redirected the money to Onward Together.
According to OpenSecrets.org and Federal Election Commission records, the DNC has made four payments to Onward Together between January and March of this year, totaling $705,000. Hinojosa told The Intercept the remaining money would be paid out by October. (Read more from “Hillary Clinton’s Email List, Voter Data, Campaign Software Costing Democrats Millions, Report Says” HERE)