Remember when Hillary Clinton’s campaign said that there were no classified emails sent or received on her private server?

That count may tally up to a whopping 305 classified emails.

The Washington Times reports:

More than 300 of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails — or 5.1 percent of those processed so far — have been flagged for potential secret information, the State Department reported to a federal court Monday as the political furor continued to grow for the Democratic presidential candidate and her aides.

… The department’s next challenge will come later this week. A federal judge has scheduled a hearing for Thursday, when officials will have to detail the steps they have taken to try to track down all of the messages, and any other electronics that might still hold messages, from Mrs. Clinton and two top personal aides, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, who served in the department with her.

But wait, there’s more! Remember when Gawker media requested correspondence between Clinton aide Philippe Reines and media in 2013, and the State Department insisted that those emails didn’t exist?

They did. And there were a LOT of them.

Fox News reports:

State Department officials have uncovered 17,855 emails sent between a former Hillary Clinton spokesman and reporters that the agency long claimed did not exist.

The trove was among more than 80,000 emails belonging to Philippe Reines, a Clinton aide, that were discovered on his State Department account, officials said in court filings Aug. 13.

Does the Clinton campaign really think we are that stupid? How many times do they have to lie before they realize they are going to get caught down the road?

 

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