Video of the Day: Judicial Watch Uncovers NEW Clinton Emails; Classified Docs & Pay for Play

Today’s video of the day comes to us courtesy of Jeff Dunetz and his new video site, Lid’s Vids, which we encourage everyone to check out.  In today’s video, Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton discusses newly uncovered Clinton emails which show just how crooked the 2016 Democrat candidate really was.

According to Judicial Watch:

Last week, Judicial Watch disclosed more evidence of Hillary Clinton’s misdeeds. We released 281 pages of newly uncovered emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from the U.S. Department of State sent and received over her unsecure, non-“state.gov” email system. The emails, dated 2010 through 2013, contain classified information and detail collusion between the Clinton State Department and the Clinton Foundation.

Judicial Watch further said:

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Ten emails contain classified information redacted “in the interest of national defense or foreign policy,” including confidential sources, and concern Israel and the Middle East. Most of the emails include exchanges with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. The emails show Hillary Clinton conducted classified and sensitive negotiations about the Israel-Arab conflict on her unsecure, non-governmental server.

Without further ado, here is the video:

Can we ever expect to see any justice in this case, or will we only see the attempted coup d’etat against President Trump continue?

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