(Instigator News) – We warned you about the “vampires guarding the blood bank” aspect of the Obama Justice Department overseeing the investigation into the illegal email server used by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, an Obama appointee.
The common denominator of course being “Obama.”
As the Washington Times is now reporting, on Monday the FBI refused to cooperate with a court-ordered inquiry into Clinton’s email server. In fact, they told the State Department that they won’t even confirm they are investigating the matter.
From the Washington Times:
Judge Emmet G. Sullivan had ordered the State Department to talk with the FBI and see what sort of information could be recovered from Mrs. Clinton’s email server, which her lawyer has said she turned over to the Justice Department over the summer…
“At this time, consistent with long-standing Department of Justice and FBI policy, we can neither confirm nor deny the existence of any ongoing investigation, nor are we in a position to provide additional information at this time,” FBI General Counsel James A. Baker wrote in a letter dated Monday — a week after the deadline the Justice Department had set for the FBI to reply.
Judicial Watch, a conservative public interest law firm that is pursuing at least 16 open records cases seeking emails from Mrs. Clinton and her top aides, said at this point it’s not even clear what Mrs. Clinton provided, since all that’s been made public at this point are the former secretary of state’s public comments and some assertions, made through her lawyer, to the State Department.
Judicial Watch is prodding the courts to try to delve more deeply into Mrs. Clinton’s emails, and the group said a number of questions persevere about both Mrs. Clinton and top aides such as Huma Abedin, who did public business on an account tied to the server Mrs. Clinton maintained.
According to Judicial Watch, it is still not known whether the FBI or any other government agency has possession of the email server that was used by Clinton and Abedin.
On Monday, Judicial Watch released over 50 pages Monday of emails it obtained from Abedin’s account on Mrs. Clinton’s server, and said it was clear she was talking about “sensitive” topics that shouldn’t have been discussed on an insecure account.