Hillary Clinton thought that her deleted emails were gone for good.
But there was a record of them she didn’t know about.
Hillary Clinton got a subpoena on her emails that made her go white as a sheet.
The Clintons are not the most morally upstanding family in the world.
President Bill Clinton lied under oath about having an affair with his young intern.
Even more troubling, flight logs proved that Bill Clinton lied about the extent of his dealings with the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein since he flew with him on at least 11 occasions on his plane nicknamed the “Lolita Express.”
The Clintons aren’t known for being honest or moral people.
The fact that Hillary Clinton broke the law, she claims unknowingly, to avoid her emails being scrutinized, makes them contents of interest to the American government.
Tens of thousands of her emails were deleted before the subpoenaed email server was handed over to the government.
While those emails seemed to have been lost, there is a chance some of those emails may be recovered.
Judicial Watch accounted that Google has been subpoenaed because there is evidence that a Clinton employee was caching the emailing through Google.
According to the Washington Examiner:
Judicial Watch, a conservative-leaning, D.C.-based watchdog group, announced this week that it had served a subpoena against the Silicon Valley tech firm as part of its Freedom of Information Act court battle seeking all of Clinton’s emails from her time as secretary of state, including the tens of thousands that were deleted from her private email server.
The group is specifically honing in on a Google email account belonging to Paul Combetta, the Platte River Networks information tech specialist who set up and managed Clinton’s email server and used BleachBit to help permanently delete Clinton’s digital records. There is evidence to suggest that Combetta was automatically copying and forwarding emails from Clinton’s private email server to a Google cache on another server.
The subpoena from Judicial Watch seeks every Clinton email from her time at the State Department from January 2009 until February 2013 and asked Google to hand the records over by May 13.
The FBI has only been able to recover a small part of the emails that Combetta deleted from Clinton’s computer.
It’s important for the government to have a record of what the Secretary of State is saying and Hillary Clinton has not provided it.
Clinton’s legal team appealed the decision to subpoena Google as an “inappropriate” and “unnecessary” decision.
The State Department wouldn’t help Clinton’s case, noting Clinton’s “unusual decision to use a private email server to systematically conduct large volumes of official business.”
It is in the public’s interest to make absolutely sure that Hillary Clinton was not using a private email server to cover up greater crimes.
Hopefully, this new Google subpoena will provide help recovering the emails that Hillary Clinton thought she totally destroyed.