In Case You Thought Hillary Would Be Indicted for Emails, Think Again – White House Says No Way

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Washington, D.C. — On Friday, the State Department announced it is withholding 22 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email dump because they contain information marked “top secret.”

News of this scandal quickly spread as bipartisan calls for her indictment came out of every political corner. In spite of this confirmation of a crime from the White House, Clinton’s campaign immediately objected, putting out a statement demanding that the emails be released.  

When you know that the emails won’t be released, a demand for them to be released comes particularly easy.

While it certainly would be an amazing spectacle to see such a high-level political war criminal face justice, the likelihood of such a scenario is all but non-existent — and the White House has no problem admitting it.

Hilary is not some rogue state actor operating unilaterally of the system. All of her criminal actions have had the blessing of her peers and higher-ups — which is why none of them will call her out — for fear of justice themselves.

To prove this notion, one need only watch the White House press conference that followed the release of the emails.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest all but ended and thought of justice for Hillary during the conference on Friday when he was asked if he could “say with certainty and confidence that Secretary Clinton will not be indicted because of this email scandal.”

Using political speak, Earnest confirmed that the White House has no interest in even investigating the presidential candidate, much less charging her with a crime.

“That will be a decision that is made by the Department of Justice and prosecutors over there,” he told the reporter. “What I know that some officials over there have said is that she is not a target of the investigation, so that does not seem to be the direction that it’s trending. But I’m certainly not going to weigh in on a decision or in that process in any way. That is a decision to be made solely by independent prosecutors but again, based on what we know from the Department of Justice, it does not seem to be headed in that direction.”

Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world.


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