By Jim Kouri
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s closest confidantes and personal aides is suspected of stonewalling a probe of the 2012 Benghazi massacre that continues to be covered up and sabotaged by the Democrats and news media, according to members of the GOP. According to a top Washington, D.C., public-interest law firm on Friday, emails from Clinton’s former deputy chief of staff, have still not been turned over as ordered by a federal judge.
Egyptian-born Huma Abedin, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department and current campaign staffer, is the only one of Clinton’s State Department underlings that has so far not turned over emails in response to a request from the State Department, court documents show. Abedin is the wife of disgraced former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner. She’s also a relative of a number of members of the Egyptian terrorist group, the Muslim Brotherhood as well as being suspected of belonging to the Muslim Sisterhood.
Meanwhile, according to an Examiner news story in March, Senate Republicans are attempting to learn why Clinton’s top State Department personal assistant, Huma Abedin, was allowed to keep working at the State Department under a special, part-time status while also being employed at a politically-connected consulting firm, according to news reports. “Questions also linger about Ms. Abedin’s alleged connection to the Muslim Brotherhood’s women’s auxiliary while having access to classified information and documents,” the Examiner report claims.
Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff, and Jake Sullivan, Mills’ deputy, obeyed the court order and turned over personal emails to the agency on June 26, in response to letter sent by the State Department this year to Abedin, Mills and Sullivan, according to Judicial Watch on Friday.
The letters ordered that the three aides “make available to the Department any federal records that they may have in their possession, such as emails concerning official government business sent or received on a personal email account while serving in their official capacities with the Department,” the State Department said in court filings.
The emails of Clinton’s aides, believed to have been sent using a non-government email address and email server, are part of a number of Freedom of Information Act requests and a follow up lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch as part of the non-profit group’s investigation of the flawed “Benghazi talking points,” which blamed the deadly terror attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission on a YouTube video clip that depicted the Prophet Mohammed.
Although Abedin’s attorney indicated to the State Department that she began searching her personal records for relevant material, Abedin still hasn’t turned over documents that House Select Committee on Benghazi claims could answer a number of disturbing questions about the talking points, which the now National Security Advisor Susan Rice used to lie on five television news shows even after the truth about the attack was known by the Obama administration.
Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, noted on Friday that his group’s probe produced evidence that Hillary Clinton was not only reading and reciting the false narrative contained in the controversial talking points memorandum, but she was actually involved in the preparation of the misleading talking points.
The State Department is almost desperate to end the Benghazi probe despite the fact that “they acknowledged, at least, that there could still be documents out there,” Fitton added, referring to the fact that Abedin has failed to respond to State’s letter.
In addition, in a clever, desperate move, Hillary deceptively edited a political commercial with footage to make Rep. Trey Gowdy say the Congressional Select Committee on Benghazi is being delayed and used for political gain in 2016. The problem for Gowdy is that Hillary Clinton is the person who is politicizing the investigation of the Benghazi attack to avoid testifying under oath in front of Gowdy and his Congressional Select Committee on Benghazi.
Jim Kouri, CPP, the fifth Vice President and Public Information Officer of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, has served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.