The One Thing That Could Sink Hillary
Last week, we reported that Bryan Pagliano, the State Department staffer who set up Hillary Clinton's private server, was given immunity in exchange for his testimony. Mr. Pagliano had previously invoked his 5th Amendment rights. The deal provided investigators with an opportunity to really get to the bottom of Emailgate, and it appears that so far, the testimony is paying off. As the Free Beacon notes:
Fox News, citing an intelligence source, reported that Pagliano, who set Clinton’s server up in her New York home in 2009, has also told FBI investigators when these individuals had access to the former secretary of state’s system and what devices they used. The former staffer also offered details that allowed investigators to connect emails with other evidence, which could help them determine possible gaps in Clinton’s email record.
“Bryan Pagliano is a devastating witness and, as the webmaster, knows exactly who had access to [Clinton’s] computer and devices at specific times. His importance to this case cannot be over-emphasized,” the source was quoted as saying.
The latest revelations come about a week after it was reported that Pagliano received immunity from the Justice Department and was cooperating with the FBI, months after he pled the Fifth Amendment to avoid testifying before congressional lawmakers on Clinton’s server setup. Pagliano worked on Clinton’s failed 2008 presidential campaign and went on to work in the State Department’s IT department during her tenure as secretary of state.
Clinton’s presidential campaign has described the news about Pagliano as a positive development.
We've said it before and we'll say it again: Democratic voters better be feeling the Bern, because their frontrunner might be headed to the Big House before she ever gets a shot at the White House.