Hillary Clinton has a new campaign slogan: Don’t believe your lying eyes.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier pieced together a string of damning emails written by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta uncovered by Wikileaks.
“In newest @wikileaks: Podesta tells Mills (on 3/2/15!) “we are going to have to dump all those emails so better to do so sooner than later,” Baier tweeted.
Baier pulled out the “B-word,” saying Clinton’s shocking decision to BleachBit her email server after mass-deleting 33,000 emails made her claims of innocence totally absurd.
The Clinton camp has vehemently denied intentionally destroying evidence.
Baier responded by tweeting a link to the Wikileaks email chain where Podesta apparently ordered Clinton’s longtime attorney, Cheryl Mills, to “dump all those emails.” Mills, a lawyer, should know better than to destroy evidence.
In a follow-up tweet, Baier noted that Podesta had made the “dump all those emails” order AFTER the New York Times broke the story about Clinton’s secret email server on March 2, 2015.
Two days later, Congress issued a subpoena ordering Clinton to preserve evidence for the pending FBI criminal investigation.
On March 25, the Clinton camp deleted more than 33,000 emails in violation of the Congressional subpoena.
In the FBI’s second criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation, Fox News anchor Bret Baier said FBI sources told him an indictment is “likely” in the foundation’s pay-to-play scheme (see video).
“Barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they’ll continue to likely an indictment,” Baier said.
Avalanche of evidence in Clinton Foundation investigation. Clinton emails on Weiner’s laptop are NEW – not copies. pic.twitter.com/QkitMRlfrz
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) November 3, 2016
The Clinton camp has been scrambling ever since FBI Director James Comey announced the agency has reopened its criminal investigation into her private server.
A new ABC News poll shows the latest FBI probe has eroded Clinton’s poll numbers. Thirty-four percent of likely voters now say they are “less likely” to vote for Clinton due to the new FBI investigation.
Trump has now dramatically cut into Clinton’s lead, statistically tying her at 46% to 45% after trailing her for months.
The situation has gotten so out of hand that Democratic pollster Pat Caddell is now predicting a Trump landslide.
Caddell, a former pollster for Jimmy Carter, said Clinton’s catastrophic slide in the polls mirrors what happened in the 1980 presidential race, when Carter was edging out Ronald Reagan until “the dam broke” on Carter in the final week.
Reagan, who was an outside candidate the same way Trump is this year, then soared past Carter just days before the election. “This dam is about to break [on Hillary],” said Caddell.
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