FBI’s Notes on Clinton Interview Show She Lied: See the Proof

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The notes taken by FBI agents who interviewed Hillary Clinton during the investigation of her private email scandal have been heavily redacted, to the point where even members of Congress who have asked to read the non-redacted versions do not have access to them.

This is clear proof that the Clinton campaign, in concert with the Obama administration, is conspiring to keep the truth from the American people — that Clinton sent clearly classified information — information that was so dangerous and threatening to the lives of American diplomatic and intelligence service personnel that it cannot be revealed even now.

This is the kind of information that was kept on Clinton’s private email server, a server that was hacked by foreign third parties at least twice during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State.

Despite the announcement by Attorney General Loretta Lynch (who was appointed by President Obama) that Clinton would not be indicted for her actions related to her private email server, House Republicans are now demanding that there be a prosecution of the former Secretary on perjury charges related to the case.


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