ABC News and CBS News covered the story, where the Obama administration spent $36 million to fight Freedom of Information Action (FOIA) requests in the last year of his administration. CNN and NBC News did not cover it on the home pages of their online websites, which is a shocking omission of news. This piece […]
Judicial Watch’s Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell joined AIM chairman Don Irvine to discuss Judicial Watch’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private e-mails. It’s worth your time to watch and/or listen: You can listen to it on SoundCloud: Also, it’s on iTunes.
The State Department didn’t do an adequate job, in the judge’s eyes, of discovering previously-moved files about Hillary Clinton’s emails. Judge Emmet Sullivan of U.S. District Court noted that discovery is “rare” in lawsuits over the Freedom of Information Act, but said in an order issued Wednesday that the State Department has not made a […]
From the Free Beacon: According to a court filing first reported by Politico, lawyers for the State Department on Tuesday took issue with the discovery plan proposed by Judicial Watch, a watchdog group that sued the agency for records related to Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state. The group’s plan would involve questioning former Clinton aides Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, […]
So much for transparency in the Obama White House: The Obama administration has set a new record for rejecting Freedom of Information Act requests, according to a report published Friday. The administration censored materials or rejected requests for access in a record 596,095 cases, or 77 percent of the time, according to the annual review […]
From Fox News: Less than a month after becoming secretary of state, and registering the personal email domain that she would use exclusively for government business, Hillary Clinton’s team aggressively pursued changes to existing State Department security protocols so she could use her BlackBerry in secure facilities for classified information, according to new documents released […]
The staffers were probably worried about having to be compliant with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests if Hillary ended up using government-issued phones (which she didn’t use). Sounds very sketchy, doesn’t it?
The Free Beacon reported: A new Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the State Department is requesting emails from Chelsea Clinton and other individuals from Hillary Clinton’s inner circle. The Washington Examiner reported that conservative watchdog Citizens United filed the lawsuit in federal court Thursday. The suit requests emails sent from the name “Diane Reynolds,” the pseudonym under which Chelsea […]
The Clintons know how to exploit loopholes in the law, as well as the law itself.
3/15/2017 - Obama Administration Spent $36 Million to Stop Records from Being Released
7/25/2016 - Special Bias Buzz Podcast: Hillary Clinton E-mail Scandal with Judicial Watch’s Chris Farrell
5/5/2016 - Judge Approves Questioning of Hillary Clinton’s Aides over Email Server
4/7/2016 - State Dept Seeks to Limit Questioning of Hillary Clinton’s Aides over Emails
3/20/2016 - Obama Denied a Record 77% of FOIA Requests
3/17/2016 - Hillary Clinton Tried to Change Security Rules at State Dept for Her BlackBerry Use
1/19/2016 - Hillary Clinton’s Staff Rejected State Dept Phones
1/15/2016 - FOIA Request Hones In on Chelsea Clinton’s Emails as a part of Hillary’s Secret Email Trail
1/8/2016 - 498 FOIA Lawsuits Filed in 2015, Highest Since 2001
1/8/2016 - Hillary Clinton Exploited Loophole in FOIA for Emails
10/1/2015 - IRS Handed Out $6 Million in Bonuses the Past Five Years
7/31/2015 - Judge Upset at State Dept’s Delays in Answering Freedom of Information Act Requests
7/8/2015 - Lois Lerner, Obama Administration Officials Met to Discuss Criminal Charges for their Opponents
6/12/2015 - VIDEO: Reporter Matt Lee asks Why FOIA Requests have Skyrocketed since Obama Took Office?
5/27/2015 - State Dept Stonewalling FOIA Requests on IG E-mails
5/21/2015 - VIDEO: State Dept Won’t Comment on Cheryl Mills’ Interference in FOIA Requests
3/26/2015 - Congress Moves to End Federal Gov’t Resistance to FOIA Requests
3/10/2015 - Thanks, Hillary: State Department will be Swamped with FOIA Lawsuits