The 25 Questions From Judicial Watch That Hillary Must Answer Under Oath

I think the number ONE question that should have been allowed is that:

ALL of these questions WILL be asked, answered and released to the public, within 7 days prior to the November 8th.Presidential Election”  

In saying that, you need to know that U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan was appointed by “Slick Willy” Bill Clinton himselff! Why does this matter? Because U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan lowered the boom on Hillary Clinton saying: “We wouldn’t be here today if this employee had followed government policy. There was a violation of government policy.” That’s how bad it hopefully is for Hillary. Even a federal judge, appointed by her corrupt husband smashed her in what should be big news, but has LARGELY BEEN IGNORED BY THE LIBERAL MEDIA. If there’s ANYONE out there that doesn’t know why the Far Left Liberal Media is doing their best to ignore all of this, leave me a “COMMENT” and I’ll send you a detailed reason…NO I won’t, your an IDIOT! Get your head out of your ASS!s Way to go judge I sure hope nothing happens to you for standing up to the “Clinton Machine”! You make me and MILLIONS very proud!… ……Papa Mike

 

VIDEO below was posted by Papa Mike and not from the source of the article below the video.

 

 

Via Daily Caller:

Judicial Watch on Tuesday submitted 25 questions for Hillary Clinton about her use of a private email system.

U.S. District Court judge Emmet Sullivan granted the watchdog group the right to pose the questions to Clinton as part of the discovery process for its lawsuit against the State Department. Sullivan had denied Judicial Watch’s request to depose the Democratic presidential candidate.

The 25 questions range from queries about why Clinton created her private email system to whether she was made aware about hacking attempts to her communications with Bryan Pagliano, the former State Department employee she paid off-the-books to manage the system.

“Describe the creation of the clintonemail.com system, including who decided to create the system, the date it was decided to create the system, why it was created, who set it up, and when it became operational,” reads Judicial Watch’s first entry. See the rest of the 25 questions by clicking the attached “link” below.

There should have been 26 if you read MY post above…..Papa Mike

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