Lawyers of the Obama infested state department got caught by a Federal Judge on Friday, following failed attempts to exempt damning FOIA documents from the evidence that would lock Hillary up for good.
In the charge led by the Conservative Watchdog group; Judicial Watch against Hillary Clinton, the court released transcript which says Judge Royce Lamberth granted new discovery and witnesses on Hillary Clinton’s email case.
Hillary Clinton is sure not happy about this, so her lawyers thought to please her by withholding evidence. A crime in which they were caught doing.
“There is no FOIA exemption for political expedience” Judge Lamberth said. Blasting the State Department lawyers defending Hillary Clinton, “nor is there one for bureaucratic incompetence.” He added.
Hillary Clinton’s lawyers were working tirelessly to cover up her email scandal but failed.
The article states the following;
In the beginning of their oral arguments, lawyers for the State Department wrongfully stated that Judicial Watch could no longer continue their discovery. The court stopped their arguments saying that Judicial Watch can continue to find more evidence in this case:
STATE DEPARTMENT: … it is, of course, Judicial Watch’s burden to explain to Your Honor why there has been good cause to reopen discovery now that discovery has closed in this case.
THE COURT: Well, I didn’t close discovery. So your premise is wrong.
STATE DEPARTMENT: Fair enough, Your Honor. Whether you want to call it closed or not, it is still
THE COURT: I didn’t close it. I said I would have a status after they took this initial discovery, and that’s what I’m doing today. I didn’t close discovery.
STATE DEPARTMENT: That’s right, Your Honor, but it is still Judicial Watch’s
THE COURT: So they don’t need any good cause
STATE DEPARTMENT: Whether
THE COURT: — Today the good cause continues from whether or not State was acting in good faith, and I’ll tell you everything they’ve discovered in this period raises serious questions about what the hell the State Department’s doing here.
Judge Lamberth detailed how the State Department “spent three months from November 2014 trying to make this case disappear,” and that after discovering the State Department’s actions and omissions, “Now we know more, but we have even more questions than answers. So I won’t hold it against Judicial Watch for expanding their initial discovery request now.”
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