An interesting revelation in the Hillary Clinton pseudo-investigation revealed this week that Hillary Clinton’s campaign made several payments “to a company that specializes in hard drive and document destruction, campaign finance records show.
The payments, which were recorded in February and March of 2016, went to the Nevada-based American Document Destruction, Inc., which claims expertise in destroying hard drives or “anything else that a hard drive can come from.”
A series of payments were made from “Hillary for America” to “American Document Destruction, Inc.”
“The first payment from the campaign to the destruction company came on Feb. 3 in the amount of $43, Federal Election Commission filings shows.
Two additional payments of $43 and $58 were made on Feb. 21. A fourth payment of $43 was made on March 26, bringing the amount paid to the destruction company to $187.”
When the company was contacted about its rates and policies, it explained that it “charges $10 per hard drive and $5 per cubic foot of paper. The Clinton campaign could have destroyed 14 hard drives or shredded 37.4 cubic feet of paper at those rates.”
Of course, Clinton declined to comment on what was sent to the company, and we’re not surprised at the deception. Typically Hillary activity, which will continue if she is elected president.