The Supreme Court just made a decision that could change the course of history

After a long waiting period, Hillary Clinton’s legal battle over her private email server finally went in front of the Supreme Court.

It’s been so long since anyone has talked about Clinton and her emails that some Americans forgot all about it, which is what Hillary really wanted.

And now the Supreme Court just made a decision that could change the course of history.

The legal battle has finally come to an end.

Unfortunately, it’s not the end conservatives were hoping for, and it could open up a host of other issues.

The watchdog group Judicial Watch appealed to the Supreme Court, asking that Hillary Clinton be deposed in order to get her testimony as to what emails she sent on her private email server about the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi.

In 2012, Islamic terrorists killed four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. It has long been believed that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama know more than they are letting on and that the answers could likely be found on this mysterious private email server Clinton had.

In a crushing defeat for the good guys, the Supreme Court rejected the appeal. Hillary Clinton will not have to give any answers to anybody.

As Law and Crime reports it:

The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday declined a conservative legal group’s request to revisit whether Hillary Clinton should be required to answer questions about her use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State.

In an unsigned order issued without comment, the justices declined to take up Judicial Watch’s petition stemming from the organization’s lawsuit over the government’s response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The group had sought to depose Clinton and one of her top aides, Cheryl Mills, over electronic communications in connection with the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Allowing a powerful official like Hillary Clinton to send classified intelligence information on her own personal email server is ludicrous, and she should be punished, but that likely will never happen after this most recent decision.

The Supreme Court’s refusal to take the case means that Americans, and more importantly the victims’ families, may never know what happened as the attack unfolded in Benghazi.

This is sure to set a bad precedent for future cases involving emails with classified information.

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