The brewmeister of Hillary Clinton’s “home brew server” is fixin’ to take the Fifth (Amendment, not fifth of whiskey, although a little shot might serve his nerves well right about now).
The State Department IT worker who managed Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was secretary of state will plead the Fifth Amendment if called to testify about his work on the Democratic presidential candidate’s mysterious email setup, his attorney informed the House Select Committee on Benghazi this week.
The committee subpoenaed Bryan Pagliano on Aug. 11, according to The Washington Post. In addition to testifying on Sept. 10, committee chairman Trey Gowdy asked Pagliano to produce documents related to the servers he managed on behalf of Clinton.
Pagliano worked on Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign before moving over to the State Department in May 2009, several months after Clinton took office. He left the agency at the same time as Clinton, in February 2013.
But in a letter to the Benghazi Committee on Monday, Mark MacDougall, Pagliano’s attorney, said that his client would assert his constitutional right against self-incrimination if called to testify. …
Whoooooeeee! It’s a real witch’s brew.
She’d probably say,
It made a lot of difference to four brave guys and their families.
Give him immunity from prosecution.
Then we can hear what Bryan Pagliano has to say. If he will talk, and let’s hope he will, then we’ll probably hear plenty about Hillary’s home brew server and why she made that conscious decision to violate the spirit, if not also the letter, of the Federal Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act.