JUDICIAL WATCH: State Department to Release Emails, Docs FBI Found on Weiner Laptop Tomorrow

President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton announced Thursday that the State Department will be releasing a portion of the documents found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop on Friday.

As previously reported, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch revealed in October the State Department admitted it received 2,800 Huma Abedin government documents from the FBI that were found on her husband Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton says in his experience dealing with Abedin emails on Weiner’s laptop, docs will include classified information.

President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton had this to say about the development back in October:

“This is a disturbing development. Our experience with Abedin’s emails suggest these Weiner laptop documents will include classified and other sensitive materials. When will the Justice Department do a serious investigation of Hillary Clinton’s and Huma Abedin’s obvious violations of law?”

Fitton also tweeted that the FBI will release the material by the end of the year.

And here we are…

“The State Department will publish releasable portions of the 2800 government docs that the FBI found on Anthony Weiner laptop tomorrow (Dec 29th). Again, thanks to Judicial Watch lawsuits. Will president Trump DOJ finally take action on Clinton/Abedin misdeeds?” tweeted Fitton.

Fitton tweeted again, “These docs will finally be released tomorrow! Might this development finally spurt Trump administration to seriously investigate the Clinton machine?”

Thank God for Judicial Watch!

Stay tuned. The Gateway Pundit will report on the Huma/Weiner docs as soon as they are published.

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