WikiLeaks announced on Tuesday that it was offering a cash reward of $20,000 to anyone who can expose an agent of the Obama’s administration destroying important records before exiting the White House. The initial post on Tuesday said “We are issuing a US$20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest or exposure of any Obama admin agent destroying significant records,” however, it is not explicitly alleged that the administration is suspected of inappropriate conduct.
WikiLeaks later announced on Wednesday that it had raised the bounty to $30,000. After exposing the Democrat Party rigging their own Presidential primary, it’s time to expose the scandalous Obama. The just concluded election was dominated by the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton’s 30,000 emails that were deleted. Despite Hillary’s claims that her emails were personal in nature, the FBI Director James Comey made it clear that it was impossible to verify since her team only used keyword search instead of reading the contents of each email to differentiate between personal and work emails. The stink of a cover up hovered over Clinton the entire campaign since the emails never surfaced.
A two-terabyte drive worth of information from the Clinton administration was reported stolen from the National Archives according to a WikiLeaks tweet of a 2009 email that was obtained through a previous Freedom of Information Act request. WikiLeaks has thus offered a $30,000 U.S. bounty to make sure that emails and documents don’t go missing in the final days of the Obama’s tenure.
The Obama administration has a track record of destroying records, during the IRS-Tea Party scandal, it was evident that thousands of emails from IRS official Lois Lerner had gone missing. However, the IRS was able to recover 1,800 of these emails, but 24,000 emails were reported by the watchdog investigating the case to have gone missing.
CNN made a report saying that “The IRS watchdog investigating the disappearance of Lois Lerner’s emails has concluded that there could be as many as 24,000 missing emails, according to written congressional testimony obtained by CNN on Wednesday.
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration Russell George and his deputy, Timothy Camus, will tell the House Oversight Committee on Thursday that their investigation was able to recover more than 1,000 emails the IRS did not turn over to Congress, according to the written testimony.
Lerner was the Internal Revenue Service official at the center of allegations that the agency targeted tea party groups applying for nonprofit status. Congress requested Lerner’s emails from the IRS and agency officials told lawmakers an unknown number of emails had been lost when Lerner’s computer crashed.”
This explains why WikiLeaks is promising a cash bounty for anyone who can provide proof that the Obama administration is damaging records as it exists the White House.