DEAR HILLARY: You Won’t LIKE What Federal Judge Says You MUST Do Under Oath

The official ruling came down on Judicial Watch vs. U.S. State Department, and it’s making us giddy like little school girls!

For months, Judicial Watch as been focusing its scrutiny on Hillary Clinton, her private server and of course her emails during her tenure as secretary of state. No one has yet been able to question Clinton about her private server under oath – not the FBI, not Trey Gowdy — no one. Until now.

Judicial Watch must submit its questions by October 14th and she has 30 days to respond – which means her answers could potentially be delayed until after the election.
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The Court Order states:

[T] the State Department shall release all remaining documents responsive to Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act request by no later than September 30, 2016; and it is FURTHER ORDERED that, consistent with Rule 33 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Judicial Watch may serve interrogatories on Secretary Clinton by no later than October 14, 2016 … Secretary Clinton’s responses are due by no later than thirty days thereafter … Judicial Watch may depose Mr. Bentel by no later than October 31, 2016.

Judge Sullivan writes in his decision:

The Court is persuaded that Secretary Clinton’s testimony is necessary to enable her to explain on the record the purpose for the creation and operation of the system for State Department business.
Read the fullOfficial Judicial Watch Press Release.

Hillary’s team is getting a lot of mileage blaming the ‘right-wing camp trying to derail her campaign’.

Judge Sullivan must just be another player in the ‘Vast Right-wing Conspiracy’.

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