Wikileaks has released some utterly devastating emails from Hillary Clinton and her campaign.
The latest one between campaign chair John Podesta and adviser Neera Tanden reveals the reason Hillary decided to have a private server while serving as Secretary of State, and it’s quite troubling. The conversation between the two came the day after the New York Times published hard evidence of the server’s existence.
The Daily Mail has more:
A close confidante of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman was convinced she ‘wanted to get away with’ keeping all her official emails on a private homebrew server, according to a stolen email released Tuesday by WikiLeaks.
In the message chain, Center for American Progress president Neera Tanden told Clinton chairman John Podesta – who was also the far-left group’s board chairman – that Clinton should ‘immediately’ move to hand her entire email archive over to the National Archives.
The conversation came one day after The New York Times first published evidence of the former secretary of state’s controversial email setup, which put her work-related correspondence outside the reach of officials who responded to Freedom of Information Act requests.
‘Why didn’t they get this stuff out like 18 months ago? So crazy,’ Tanden said.
Podesta responded, calling foot-dragging by Clinton and her lawyers Cheryl Mills and David Kendall ‘unbelievable.’
‘[I] guess I know the answer,’ Tanden chimed in, answering her own question.
‘[T]hey wanted to get away with it.’
While we’re unsure of what “it” actually is, there’s little question of whether or not Hillary was trying to get away with something. Many suspect that she was trying to hide her corrupt dealings with the Clinton Foundation, which is likely the case considering the amount of overlap there was between the “charity” and the State Department during Hillary’s tenure.
Regardless, the above email is yet another smoking gun the FBI either didn’t find or completely ignored to let Hillary off the hook.