(FiveNation.com)- As the FBI recently raided Trump’s estate in Mar-a-Lago, a former White House advisor told Sky News host Andrew Bolt that the FBI had given Hillary Clinton several days to delete her emails. Clinton was part of a controversy when it was discovered that she kept emails that contained classified information on her own private server rather than use official State Department email accounts on federal servers, but ultimately was never prosecuted for potentially violating federal law.
Now, according to former Clinton White House advisor Barbara Heineback, Hillary was given several days to delete her emails.
“She was given a lot of warnings so she could take her little email source and she could delete and keep whichever emails she wanted—she had several days to do that,” Ms Heineback told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “Then she actually used bleach bit and acid in order to ensure that they could not find any damaging or incriminating information on her phones and on the computer.”
Taking aim at the media, Heineback said that “You couldn’t even get mainstream to talk about it—though same thing with Hunter—it is so one sided.”
Heineback also talked about South American individuals who came to the U.S. to escape banana republics and issued a warning that this is what we may become when you have two parties against each other who disregard what is good in order to bring about a new regime.
The FBI raided Trump over documents that he allegedly kept after leaving office. The National Archives claims that they found classified documents in Trump’s possession earlier this year, prompting the FBI to execute a search warrant approved by Attorney General Merrick Garland. The Presidential Records Act of 1978 gave Congress power to govern official documents of the president making it a federal crime to hold any documents deemed classified.
Republicans and conservatives have harshly criticized the FBI for what it sees as a continued partisan witch hunt to prosecute the former president and prevent him from running again in 2024. Days before the raid, Senator Chuck Grassley addressed the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing regarding the FBI. He acknowledged whistleblower complaints that the FBI was politically biased.