Petition for FBI to Release of Clinton Emails - Lahren: Public has right to know what's in Clinton's emails

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Good morning, I’m still reporting on: Petition for FBI to Release of Clinton Emails, 1772
Synopsis: As a result of our story yesterday that the head of FBI records management is refusing to release records to New York attorney Ty Clevenger who is trying to have former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton prosecuted for perjury, Clevenger has opened a petition to bring about the release of those documents.
In the lamest claim in the history of lame claims of the previous 8 years, FBI records chief David M. Hardy wrote to attorney Mr. Clevenger on Monday:
“It is incumbent upon the requester to provide documentation regarding the public’s interest in the operations and activities of the government before records can be processed pursuant to the FOIA.”
FOIA requests should not be based on popularity contests. They should be based on upholding the rule of law. It is named the Justice Department, isn’t it?
Records chief Hardy has been caught lying before in regards to the infamous tarmac-gate meeting between then Attorney General Loretta Lynch and President Clinton in June of 2016. Presidential Attorney Jay Sekulow filed a FOIA request for whatever records the FBI had on that meeting. Initially, records chief Hardy responded that no records existed.
After a federal judge ordered the FBI to comply with Sekulow’s FOIA request, records chief Hardy magically discovered that some documents may exist.
Attorney Clevenger, has been trying to get Mrs. Clinton and her personal attorneys disbarred for their handling of her official emails.
How much longer will President Trump put up with Obama holdovers getting away with in-your-face felonious activities in their attempts to continue covering for Obama officials?
President Trump needs to immediately remove Mr. Hardy from duty – like this morning.

Bob Crestwood
4 hours ago
Of course the public has the right to know what's in Clinton's emails -- that's why she hid them on her private server in the first place -- because she knew that the FOIA would let us see what was in them, and she didn't want us to see what was in them, so she hid them on her private server, and then destroyed them with Bleach Bit when they were subpoenaed. But I'm sure the NSA has copies of them all, so we should be able to see them.