BREAKING: WikiLeaks Drops Proof of Hillary Email Investigation Corruption

BREAKING: WikiLeaks Drops Proof of Hillary Email Investigation Corruption

WikiLeaks released more Podesta emails today that reveals direct coordination between the State Department and the Clinton campaign during what should have been a confidential investigation.

The release included 1,200 more emails and it’s not looking good for Hillary as the details get digested by journalists across the country. Here is one of the most significant revelations from today:

From Zero Hedge:

The following email chain starts with a note from Clinton Deputy Communications Director, Kristina Schake, on April 9th, informing Mook, Palmieri, Mills, Podesta and Samuelson that “Someone here just got a tip that the State Department may be planning to release her Benghazi emails tomorrow or Monday.”

The emails further reveal a continued coordination between the State Department and the Clinton campaign with Heather Samuelson providing frequent status updates over the course of the following week.

As legal experts pointed out previously, ultimately another month passed before the State Department finally released the first Clinton emails on May 22, 2015.  It is unclear what accounted for the delay.  It is also extremely unclear why Samuelson would have received frequent updates from the State Department on the status of ongoing FOIA requests as she was no longer employed by the State Department in 2015.

It’s also unclear why all of the controversial conversations, like this one, always seem to be conducted through gmail rather than official campaign email addresses…curious.

The leaks are getting better by the day and if Julian Assange makes good on his promise, there should be a massive bombshell releasing before the election that will be catastrophic for Hillary.

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