Anyway, here we go again with more emails.
Announced on Wednesday by Jay Sekulow who serves as Chief Counsel at the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).
ACLJ reported, "We have uncovered a 'favor factory.'" There was no firewall between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation as HRC previously claimed.
ACLJ further reported:
As part of our FOIA lawsuit against the Deep State Department, we have been informed that the State Department located - and will he forced to turn over to the ACLJ - literally 1000's of documents to and about the Clinton Foundation, its subsidiaries, and its senior operatives during the duration of HRC's time as Secretary of State.
The sheer volume alone - some 30,000 emails - debunks the specious assertion that there was any kind of firewall present whatsoever. These documents show extensive communications exchanged between Clinton and her senior staff at the State Department and Doug Band - a senior aid at the Clinton Foundation and creator of the Clinton Global Initiative.
In recent court filings, the State Department revealed that more than 8,700 documents exist in Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin's files which contain the single search term, "Doug Band." It is possible and indeed likely that each document consists of several pages placing the number closer to 18,000 pages or more.
The ACLJ has also learned that another 22,000 dicuments exist in Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin's files (not including attachments), mentioning or referring to the Clinton Foundation or a related item referencing the foundation.
Sekulow sounded off on Twitter, "You need to read this to believe it."
Documents show that Doug Band served as a liaison for Clinton Foundation donors looking for favors and official acts from the Clinton-run State Department. Band was the "go-to" guy for donors. If they needed anything from HRC, they would email Band, and within minutes he would forward the message to Abedin and/or Mills to help expedite the favor.
The ACLJ stated they will be receiving documents at a pace of approxinately 300-600 pages per month.
Will any justice ever be served????
Here's the answer - Redacted versions will not be released until 2025.