The 5th Amendment? Not that he, or Hillary Clinton, has anything to hide or anything.
Hillary Clinton’s former IT aide Bryan Pagliano invoked his rights not to incriminate himself under the Fifth Amendment more than 125 times during his deposition on Wednesday, Judicial Watch confirmed to LawNewz.com. The deposition was part of an ongoing lawsuit by the conservative watchdog group seeking information about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton‘s private email server.
Pagliano is a central figure in the Clinton e-mail controversy as he is widely believed to be the individual who created and maintained Clinton’s private server. This is not the first time he has invoked his Fifth Amendment right to not testify. Over the course of the last year, Pagliano has twice refused to testify before congressional committees investigating matters related to Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server while serving as Secretary of State. Pagliano also reportedly demanded and received an immunity deal from the Department of Justice prior to speaking with the FBI as part of the Bureau’s investigation into the Clinton server.
Let me know if you watch, or know anyone who watches, the pretend news. Was this story reported there? No? I’m not surprised. Why do you think I call it the “pretend” news? And, if you need more evidence, from The Daily Wire:
Media Research Center study looked at the numbers on how much the major TV networks covered real estate mogul Donald Trump’s scandals compared to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s scandals, and the disparity between them is stunning.
The MRC analysis reviewed 2,137 minutes of airtime from CBS, ABC and NBC News devoted to campaign coverage from January 1 through June 7, with weekends included, and found that the media devoted 432 minutes to Trump’s scandals but only 105 minutes to Clinton’s scandals–over four times as much time devoted to Trump scandals.
by Peter Schweizer [Harper]
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