Video recordings of Clinton’s email testimony CENSORED from public eye following ruling from Democrat judge


( When it comes to transparency, Hillary Clinton is hands-down the worst person voters could ever choose to become the next president of the United States.

It isn’t just that she’s trying to hide the amount of money foreign governments gave her family foundation while she was serving as secretary of state (influence-peddling). It isn’t that she tried to hide from government rules requiring the cataloguing of all official communications by secreting away a private email server in the basement of her Chappaqua, N.Y., mansion.

No, it’s that Hillary Clinton has been hiding her activities and lying about it since she was branded a “liar” and “unethical lawyer” by her boss on the House Judiciary Committee to Impeach President Nixon, who subsequently fired her.

When asked why Hillary Rodham was fired, Zeifman said in an interview, “Because she was a liar. She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer, she conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the Committee, and the rules of confidentiality.”

That hard life lesson didn’t take, however. She would go on to be accused of, or implicated in, a host of other scandals during her husband’s tenure as president, including trying to hide the process of developing “HillaryCare” – her version of Obamacare – when she was first lady.

Now, she is trying to hide what she did again, only a group of independent filmmakers are working hard to ensure that she can’t.

Just as some of Hillary’s closest aides were finally being interrogated over whether they had any role in helping their boss hide her emails, a federal judge who was appointed by President Bill Clinton to the bench agreed to bar the release of a video deposition of Cheryl Mills to the public.

As CNN reported:

In a filing Wednesday, attorneys for former State Department chief of staff Cheryl Mills asked Judge Emmet Sullivan to bar the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch from releasing the video, which is part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit related to Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state. 

Mills’ lawyers say they asked Judicial Watch directly to withhold the video, but the group refused.

[Notice how CNN and the mainstream media are always quick to label conservative groups as such, but left-wing organizations are always referred to as “non-partisan.”]

“That refusal raises a serious concern that Judicial Watch plans to use the recording of Ms. Mills’ deposition, and exploit her image and words, as part of a partisan attack against Secretary Clinton and her presidential campaign,” they wrote. “Judicial Watch’s long-standing antagonism to the secretary is a matter of public record.”

Judicial Watch countered in court, arguing that the testimony was well within the purview of public interest, but the federal judge, Emmet G. Sullivan, disagreed.

While he agreed the public had “a right to know details related to the creation, purpose and use of the system,” he was persuaded by Mills’ argument that the public interest could be served by releasing the transcripts without accompanying video recordings, CNN reported.

What’s the difference? Well, obviously we can’t have Mills showing up in Trump campaign commercials – can we?

Well, filmmaker Phelim McAleer and Co. want you to be able to “see” what transpired during the Mills deposition by Judicial Watch, so he and others have launched an independent financing big via Indiegogo to raise funds to complete a project they are working on.

“The depositions are being filmed, but Hillary’s lawyers have managed to persuade the judge to block the release of the tapes in case they are used to make her look bad in the election!” says the funding webpage.

“This is amazing and unacceptable–that films, showing the truth are being blocked from the American people, especially in the run-up to an election.”

To get around that, the filmmaker wants to use the released depositions to recreate them on film, and then release them to the public.

Some short films are already complete, including the Mills deposition.

“Cheryl Mills’ evidence is amazing, full of classic Clintonian evasions. She used the phrase ‘I don’t remember’ or ‘I don’t recall’ 189 times. This deserves to be brought to a wider audience–not censored and hidden away. And we now have it on film,” said the funding page.

“There will be a total of five short films–ending with Huma Abedin’s deposition at the end of the month. And if the depositions uncover enough evidence, then the judge could give them permission to depose Hillary. That will be a great film!”

If you want to help fund this worthy project, click here.



Source: Video recordings of Clinton’s email testimony CENSORED from public eye following ruling from Democrat judge


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