The guy who set up Hillary's private email server takes the Fifth 125 times in just 90 minutes
The thugs running the federal government have decided you don't have the right to know a single thing about what they're doing if they don't wanna tell you. A huge majority of federal judges agree, and congress refuses to act. So no power can touch the thugs running the government.Jun 22, 2016
The person who set up and maintained Hillary's unsecured private email server in her home cited the 5th Amendment more than 125 times to avoid answering virtually every question during a 90-minute, closed-door deposition Wednesday.
For liberals and others too busy to follow the lawbreaking, Clinton used a personal email account--handled by her own server--to conduct government business while she was Obama's secretary of state. The State Department inspector general found Clinton violated government rules with that arrangement. A federal judge concluded there was "reasonable suspicion" Clinton and her aides set up the private email to avoid federal open-records laws.
One of the stunning aspects of this case is that last December the ludicrously mis-named "justice department" offered Pagliano immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony in the matter. Normally a person accepting immunity can't take the 5th since they can't be prosecuted for anything they admit.
But not only did Pagliano take the 5th--despite the immunity grant--the "justice department" refused to reveal the terms of the agreement. This was immediately challenged in court, and a couple of weeks ago a federal judge agreed that the government could keep the terms of the offer secret.
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This is an outrage. If only a single reporter had the courage to ask Hillary "If you didn't do anything wrong, and want to get that across to voters, and your tech guy was offered immunity, why haven't you asked him to answer all questions instead of taking the 5th 125 times in 90 minutes? "
Ah, but the only reporters allowed near the queen are loyal Democrats--who aren't about to ask that question. Or any other that might show voters who she really is.