Despite being surrounded by scandals and controversies, Hillary Clinton hasn’t answered a question from the press in about a month. That’s because after the issues involving her campaign tours with staged audiences, she doesn’t want to continue the embarrassment. And the adoring liberal press is willing to let her get away with it.

Thankfully, the federal courts aren’t biased. That’s why a federal judge has agreed to reopen a lawsuit that seeks to gain access to emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server, which was wiped clean.

Judge Reggie B. Walton’s decision against the State Department, supported a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch. The judge agreed that the documents that Clinton kept on her own email server separate from the government should be turned over.

Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, told Fox News on Tuesday that the decision is an “extraordinary development.” He said it could ultimately lead to the department having to “explain itself under oath.”

“This is the first case that’s been reopened,” Fitton told The Washington Times. “It’s a significant development. It points to the fraud by this administration and Mrs. Clinton.”

Previously, the court dismissed Judicial Watch’s request, on the grounds that the documents did not exist.

Judicial Watch is a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation that promotes transparency and accountability in government.

via Fox News

These are the same emails conservative hero Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) have been after for more than a year. Now, the federal courts are putting heavy legal pressure on Hillary to turn over the emails the public should have had access to long ago!

This could result in the server being turned over to technological specialists who can scan the memory from the server for small traces of messages, which will help Congress piece together more details about Hillary’s disastrous years as Secretary of State.

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