JUDICIAL WATCH: State Department to Release Emails, Docs FBI Found on Weiner Laptop

President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton announced Thursday that the State Department will be releasing a portion of the documents found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop on Friday.

As previously reported, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch revealed in October the State Department admitted it received 2,800 Huma Abedin government documents from the FBI that were found on her husband Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton says in his experience dealing with Abedin emails on Weiner’s laptop, docs will include classified information.

President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton had this to say about the development back in October:

“This is a disturbing development. Our experience with Abedin’s emails suggest these Weiner laptop documents will include classified and other sensitive materials. When will the Justice Department do a serious investigation of Hillary Clinton’s and Huma Abedin’s obvious violations of law?”  read more

19 Comments on JUDICIAL WATCH: State Department to Release Emails, Docs FBI Found on Weiner Laptop

  1. The company selling the laptop should be investigated. Clearly they knew or should have known that confidential documents could be transferred to and from the device yet they neligently failed to protect the purchasers from such unauthorized transfers of information.

  2. It’s time to break the seal.
    I use the old bar-hoping analogy where the first time you go to the bathroom, it´s called: “breaking the seal”. Thereafter it seems like yer always going to the bathroom for the rest of the night!
    Where am I going with this?
    There is soooooo much to charge Hillary and a whole bunch of others with I think prosecutors must be overwhelmed with just trying to figure out where to start! (I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt)

    My advice is to just start somewhere and “break the seal”.
    After the first one, Katy bar the door, look out for the flood!
    Can you say Weinstein?
    Sure…. I knew ya could!

  3. slightly OT: when I opened IOTWR, I saw an ad for a device that “fathers give their daughters to protect them from attackers.” Right next to the picture of the product is a picture of Carlos Danger!

    Eat that, Google!

  4. I want to know how we can be a free people, who are in charge of their government when we let our government keep secrets from us ?

    why not all of wieners emails that contain government business as well as all of the state departments, hillary’s and huma’s unredacted, please.

    if it is, government by the people and for the people, then the people need to know all this information when making decisions at the voting booth.

    otherwise we are only fooling ourselves about who is in charge.

  5. “otherwise we are only fooling ourselves about who is in charge.”

    Pretty much. Rattlesnakes don’t commit suicide.

  6. I wonder how much longer Trump will allow this charade to continue. I think they are afraid to tug on that last thread and the whole thing unravels.

  7. As skeptical as we can be about what gets released I still appreciate that Judicial Watch is out there. They do a hell of a job.

  8. Carlos Danger is in danger of becoming fatally dangerous to his Islamic wife and her protectors and mentors, the Clintons, who arranged this wonderful union of perversity and liberalism. The Weiner/ Abedin/ Dangers are such a gift, such a bottomless pit of joy and pleasure. They never seem to cease revealing another secret, dishonest, incriminating act that none of us would ever have known about, except for their desire to be “privately served.” Their seas of trouble are so deep and so storm tossed, that the wreckage of this madcap union will provide us with more fodder than any of us could have ever expected. I just wish Andrew Breitbart was here to enjoy their Full Catastrophe along with the rest of us.

  9. Now we get to see some more heavily redacted e-mails pulled from a non-secure personal laptop used by Hillary’s closest aide because, of course, no mishandling of classified information ever occurred.

    So sick of this shit. They’re gonna get a way with it… again.

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