An employee at the tech company that maintained Hillary Clinton’s homemade email server was concerned that instructions from a Clinton-linked company would have the tech firm “covering up some shaddy [sic] shit,” according to emails obtained by Senate investigators.
Employees at Denver-based Platte River Networks in a mid-August email chain were trying to find records that showed that Clinton Executive Service Corp., the company paying the Platte River bill, had instructed them to reduce the length of time backups of Clinton’s emails were kept.
“Any chance you found an old email with their directive to cut the backup back in Oct-Feb,” one Platte River employee asked another, according to excerpts of the emails included in a Monday letter from Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.). “I know they had you cut it once in Oct-Nov, then again to 30day in Feb-ish.”
Such a record, the employee said, would be “golden,” and would clear the company of outside criticism and point back to Clinton Executive Service Corp., which “appears to be a Clinton family company,” according to the Johnson letter.
“Starting to think this whole thing really is covering up some shaddy shit,” the employee continued. “I just think if we have it in writing that they told us to cut the backups, and we can go public saying we have had backups since day one, then we were told to trim to 30 days, it would make us look a WHOLE LOT better.”
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Well, if you are doing business with the Clinton’s, you WILL be involved in fecal matter in the shadows.