It was a line that rocked Sunday’s presidential debate – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump promised to jail rival Hillary Clinton if he were elected president.
And new evidence suggests he really could.
While the entire media complex was obsessed with a potty-mouthed video of Trump’s inappropriate comments from 11 years ago, they ignored the latest shocking proof that Clinton brazenly broke the law and tampered with evidence – the latest way she has tried to shut down a federal investigation that could see her go from the White House to the big house.
A federal employee says that Clinton’s legal team destroyed two boxes of e-mails instead of handing them over to investigators.
Donald Trump wouldn’t let the media get away with their bias, though. He called them on the carpet about it during last night’s presidential debate.
“When you talk about apology,” Mr. Trump said, “the thing that you should be apologizing for are the 33,000 e-mails that you deleted,” he told Hillary. That includes “the two boxes of e-mails and other things last week that were taken from an office and are now missing.”
The Horn News readers know that Hillary Clinton sent classified information over her controversial homebrew e-mail server, then wiped it clean with a program called BleachBit, a program that makes recovering the messages impossible.
But what are the two boxes of e-mails Trump is talking about?
They’re the latest twist in Hillary’s endless quest to gain power while concealing her criminality.
Hidden in the middle of a 189-page document dump is a bombshell. An employee in the Office of Information Programs and Services (IPS) told federal investigators Hillary’s legal team destroyed, hid, or somehow tampered with two boxes full of e-mail messages.
“Initially, IPS officials were told there were 14 bankers boxes of former Secretary of State Hillary Clintons emails at Clinton’s Friendship Heights office,” she told them. “On or about December 5, 2014, IPS personnel picked up only 12 bankers boxes of Clinton’s emails from Williams & Connolly.”
Officials never found out whether the missing two boxes of evidence “were consolidated or what could have happened to the two other boxes.” They could be floating in the Potomac or sitting, shredded, in a Maryland landfill.
The only thing they know is, like everything else in the investigation, Hillary has stonewalled, hidden, or refused to comply with the investigation.
But that’s not the only proof of the way her team tried to skirt justice.
The same witness said that “there was interference with the formal FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) review process.”
Attorneys, including Clinton ally Patrick Kennedy, pressured the State Department to reclassify her e-mails, so they would not show up in a FOIA request. They told State Dept. officials “they could use a B(5) exemption on an upgraded email to protect it.”
Last May, Kennedy “pointedly asked (redacted) to change the FBI’s classification determination regarding one of Clinton’s emails,” one that was “related to FBI counter-terrorism operations.”
As a result, the documents say investigators were “unable to locate any of her emails from January-April 2009,” the time when she was establishing her homebrew server. That might reveal her real motives for trying to hide all her e-mails from public scrutiny and show whether any patriots in the government objected to the arrangements.
The desperate moves show that Clinton and her cronies are panicked. They’re lashing out, erratically burning down the house around them, shredding everything that isn’t tied down, trying frantically to cover their tracks.
But there’s just too much evidence that Hillary sent at least 2,100 classified e-mails from her leaky server, which was apparently hacked by foreign nationals, while taking donations from foreign governments through her “charity.”
Then last night, she looked into the faces of millions of Americans and lied about everything.
If that weren’t enough, remember, the FBI destroyed two laptops that Congress had subpoenaed, and it gave immunity out to virtually everyone involved in the scandal.
Destroying evidence is Clinton’s standard operating procedure. But tampering with evidence is a federal felony that could land her behind bars for 20 years.
During the debate, Trump promised to appoint a special prosecutor, who would finally get to the bottom of all the Clinton corruption.
And he told her point blank, if he were president, “You’d be in jail.”
It’s one campaign promise voters may actually see kept.
– The Horn editorial team