A new bombshell revelation has brought the Hillary Clinton email scandal back to the forefront.
According to a new Senate report, a shady Clinton aide named Paul Combetta sent all but 4 of Clinton’s 30,000 emails to a separate Gmail address, meaning that the emails almost certainly existed on Google’s US servers, where they could have been discovered by the FBI – if they had been interested.
But in yet another plot twist, the FBI agent in charge, one Peter Stroszk, didn’t appear to be interested in the find.
The Daily Caller reports:
The finding, which has not been previously reported, means that Clinton’s emails, including classified ones and ones which were later deleted, likely existed on Google’s U.S.-based servers. The FBI said in the report that it knew this — and of the suspicious explanation for it — but did not alert other intelligence agencies or the public, according to the report.
There’s much more in the report as well – including troubling indications that Chinese hackers may have been involved as well.
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