The Reporter Who Exposed the Watergate Scandal Just Made a DEVASTATING Comparison to Hillary


by Gina Cassini | Top Right News

It was a second horrible week of scandal for Hillary Clinton on the rocky road to her coronation. And this morning, the famed reporter whose exposé led to the end of Richard Nixon’s presidency just started her third week off with a brutal remark.

Watergate reporter Bob Woodward says Clinton’s shady response to her likely criminal handling of classified emails reminds him of how Nixon handled tapes that exposed his wrongdoing.

Woodward made his explosive comment early Monday on the MSNBC show Morning Joe, and the media has been talking about almost nothing else since. Democrat officials and donors — who have poured over $150 million into her coffers — must be in full panic mode.

“Follow the trail here,” Woodward said. “There are all these emails. Well, they were sent to someone or someone sent them to her. So, if things have been erased here, there’s a way to go back to these emails or who received them from Hillary Clinton. So, you’ve got a massive amount of data in a way, reminds me of the Nixon tapes: Thousands of hours of secretly recorded conversations that Nixon thought were exclusively his.”

Absolutely stunning.

As Donald Trump has said, General David Petraeus “had his career destroyed” for doing “just a fraction” of what Hillary is alleged to have done. Trump stunned the media in Iowa this weekend by predicting Hillary would “exit the race.” She has “a lot bigger problems than running for president,” Trump said.

This is Armageddon for the Democrats.

And don’t tell me about “Joe Biden!” Biden would be 5 years older than the previously oldest president (Reagan) if he were sworn in. And he is clearly less sharp then he was years ago, as evidenced by a recent speech in Chattanooga, honoring the fallen servicemen (where Obama should have been), in which Biden slurred his words and seemed out of it. The tragic death of his son has clearly taken a toll on him.

Biden is not going to happen. And the Democrat fat cats are not about to hand that $150 million in Wall Street cash to Socialist Bernie Sanders.

Martin O’Malley? Trump would eat him alive. for his wimpy apology after saying “All lives matter.”

As I said: Full. Panic. Mode.

Western Journalism has more details on the latest in EMailGate:

On Sunday, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl reported that there may exist a complete set of Clinton emails on a backup server that can provide investigators with a full record of Hillary’s correspondence — even those emails that she determined were personal and ordered to be deleted. This development, as reported by Breitbart, could expose Clinton to serious legal problems if backup files show she destroyed evidence important to the Benghazi investigation.

The primary server on which Clinton supposedly stored her official and her personal emails has been seized by the FBI as the Justice Department investigates what kind of classified info may have been contained in those digital communications that were apparently unsecured. Some reports say that primary server has been professionally wiped clean, which makes the existence of a possible backup all the more significant.

The Breitbart report quotes Karl in his report for the ABC News show This Week:

“…in the most intriguing new development, Platte River Networks, the Colorado company that set up Clinton’s server, told ABC News it is highly likely that a full backup of the server was made, meaning those thousands of emails she deleted, may still exist. The company says it’s cooperating with the FBI.”

In another blockbuster report, The Washington Times says the number of Hillary Clinton’s emails now believed to contain classified information is exploded, from 4 to 60. Clinton has maintained that her emails — which were managed on a personal server kept in her private residence — contained no classified materials.

“That figure [of 60] is current through the end of July and is likely to grow as officials wade through a total of 30,000 work-related emails that passed through her personal email server, officials said. The process is expected to take months,” reports the Times.

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