Judge Andrew Napolitano has some very bad news for Hillary Clinton.
Mainly, he believes that her latest e-mail problems, the fact that 12 separate accounts used by top aides on Clinton’s private e-mail server handled “above top secret” information, could spell the downfall of the Democrat presidential hopeful.
Napolitano believes that “the Justice Department can indict her top aides and trade with them…testimony against Mrs. Clinton in return for a deal with them.”
Via Fox News Insider:
Judge Napolitano said on America’s Newsroom that Clinton’s “reckless” handling of top-secret emails leaves her top aides open to possible indictment by the federal government.
“The FBI now has leverage. The Justice Department can indict her top aides and trade with them. What would they want? Testimony against Clinton in return for a deal with them. This is the way the government works,” he said.
Napolitano explained that these aides did not have the required security clearances to receive the information contained in these emails.
Watch Napolitano deliver the bad news for Clinton:
Meanwhile, the State Department has announced they will release an archive of 29,000 pages of emails longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin sent or received on a private account while working as deputy chief of staff to Clinton from 2009 to 2013.
Naturally, those e-mails are set to be released over President’s Day weekend, when they will barely be reported by the media.
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