Huma Abedin Can’t Be Found After Judge Uncovers What She Hid From Americans About Benghazi
Source: Before It’s News
Friday, August 11, 2017
After five long years and countless hearings on Benghazi, we are finally getting the facts about what really happened between Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and other State Department officials. Huma Abedin was always the linchpin who coordinated all of Hillary Clinton’s communications, and one judge just uncovered what she hid from us all along. Now, Abedin can’t be found as the Department of Justice just confirmed her worse nightmare. You don’t want to miss this.
For years, Americans have been demanding justice for those heroes who lost their lives in Benghazi. We always knew there was a cover-up, but with Obama in charge and insulated, even Trey Gowdy couldn’t break through and get what he needed to nail those rats. Well, President Donald Trump is at the helm now, and that has alleviated the backlash for judges ruling on highly sensitive government cases.
So, why is Huma Abedin nowhere to be found? “A federal judge ordered the State Department on Tuesday to resume its search for emails and other records related to the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in which four Americans died,” reports The Hill. This may seem like no big deal, but it is, and here’s why. Shockingly, Hillary’s top aid’s emails were never searched in regards to Benghazi, which means Abedin lied in 2015 when she testified behind closed doors in the Benghazi hearings.
Never fear, the judge isn’t talking about Hillary’s home brewed server emails that were destroyed. No, these are the emails coming from Ambassador Chris Stevens and all “Benghazi” related topics to Abedin through the dot.gov accounts, which are archived at the State Department. These are so lethal that Hillary and Huma couldn’t destroy them since they were on the government server, but they made damn sure no one knew they were there, and yes, they lied under oath.
This includes any high-level communication coming to or leaving the State Department that has anything to do with Benghazi. “The court finds that State’s search [on Benghazi] was inadequate insofar as it did not search the official state.gov e-mail accounts of Secretary Clinton’s three aides, and orders State to conduct a supplemental search of those accounts,” according to the ruling, The Hill further reports.
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