Sometimes There Are Just Too Many Unanswered Questions

The Washington Examiner posted an article today about an investigation into why Boko Haram was not placed on the terrorist watch list during the time that Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.

The article reports:

A conservative group is suing the State Department in an effort to find out whether the agency’s refusal to place Boko Haram on the terrorist watch list while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state had anything to do with the fact that a high-level Nigerian official was a major Clinton Foundation donor and close friend of the former president.

Citizens United, a conservative nonprofit, brought the case to court after the State Department ignored its request for records about the Chagoury Group, a sprawling Nigerian company headed by a Clinton friend and financial supporter of Clinton causes, Gilbert Chagoury.

Chagoury donated between $1 million and 5 million to the Clinton Foundation, donor records show.

More than 30 days have passed since Citizens United first filed the lawsuit without a response of any kind from the State Department.

Somehow, I think that when the truth about some of the donors to the Clinton Foundation during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State is known, the email server is going to be the least of Mrs. Clinton’s worries. There are so many ‘coincidences’ between donations to the Foundation and large speaking fees for President and Mrs. Clinton and actions taken by the State Department that it is obvious that they are not all coincidences.