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BREAKING: Hillary Dodges Another Bullet As Appeals Court Nixes Email Deposition


For months, We The People have been waiting for the day that Hillary Clinton would give a sworn testimony over her use of a private email account during her time as Secretary of State.

However according to Politico, a federal appeals court has now unanimously overturned the order which would have required Hillary to testify.


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Here's more from their report:

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled, 3-0, that the conservative group Judicial Watch was not entitled to depose Clinton in connection with an 8-year-old Freedom of Information Act lawsuit seeking records of details about information national security adviser Susan Rice discussed during interviews in 2012 about the deadly attack on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.

In the ruling, D.C. Circuit Judge Robert Wilkins suggested it was time to put the Clinton email saga to rest (Just what are they hiding?)

“Secretary Clinton … provided eleven hours of public testimony before the House Select Committee, and has answered countless media inquiries on the matter,” wrote Wilkins.

In response, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said his group is considering different ways of moving forward. “We’re disappointed by the decision and considering our options,” Fitton said.

It appears Hillary has dodged yet another bullet due to corrupt Obama loyalists in federal courts.

At this rate, it seems that HRC will never have to be held accountable for her corrupt handling of sensitive information during her time as Secretary of State.

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