A whistleblower has come out with startling allegations pertaining to Hillary Clinton’s personal email server. Supposedly key sections of an Inspector General’s report were allegedly removed in order to protect Hillary Clinton politically before she stepped down from her position as secretary of state.
The unnamed whistleblower claims there was corruption at the State Department while Hillary was in charge. The source also claims that sections of the report disappeared just days before it went public, coincidentally around the same time that Clinton stepped down from her position.
Republican lawmakers have requested that the former secretary of state surrender her personal server for examination; in response, she has said she will not. She firmly asserts that her private server contains personal information, including communication between her and her husband.
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Bill Clinton has repeatedly said that he does not send emails. He claims to have only sent two his entire life, neither of them to his wife. One was to U.S. troops serving in the Adriatic; the second was to astronaut John Glenn. He explained: “I found people said embarrassing things on emails. I didn’t want to be one of them.” This information directly contradicts what Hillary Clinton said about her server containing personal correspondence between the couple.
Republican lawmakers are concerned about the contents of Clinton’s private server, and there are allegations by the whistleblower that the deleted sections of the IG report contain information directly related to a cover-up of misconduct by her security team.
One of the sections that has allegedly been edited out of the report states: “…a senior ‘7th floor’ department official ordered (diplomatic security) to stop the investigation of an ambassador accused of pedophilia and another such senior official had (diplomatic security) stop an investigation of an ambassador-designate.”
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The State Department said that “a review found no evidence of undue influence on diplomatic service investigations”; and “they did a separate review of all these allegations, bringing in some Department of Defense investigators to try to get some independent eyes on it.”
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