Videos: Judicial Watch Clinton Email/Foundation Expert Panel to Help Unravel ‘Complicated Mess of a Scandal’
September 29 Panel to be Shot Live In-Studio –
Three-Camera, Broadcast Quality
Live Feed to be Available at Judicial Watch Website
Media Can Access Fiber Link from Studio
On Thursday, September 29 – from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM – Judicial Watch will bring together a panel of the top experts on the growing Hillary Clinton Email/Clinton Foundation scandals.
The panel will be hosted by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. And he will be joined by Clinton scandal experts Peter Schweizer, author of the New York Times best-seller Clinton Cash; Joseph E. diGenova, former U.S. States Attorney, District of Columbia, and Judicial Watch Director of Investigations, Chris Farrell.
Below are three short, broadcast quality videos – which you are free to use for soundbites or background information:
VIDEO ONE: Tom Fitton – Panel will “give people background on legal fight to date and show what’s the way forward… what’s going to happen next”
VIDEO TWO: Tom Fitton – “The Clinton email scandal is a complicated mess… and it’s helpful to have some experts come in help you understand the details behind the headlines that isn’t confusing” [Fitton also provides brief descriptions of expert panelists]
VIDEO THREE: Chris Farrell – “Mrs. Clinton, either through negligence or through willful pride, compromised national security information at the highest level.”
VIDEO FOUR: Chris Farrell – “When the public realizes the level at which national defense information was compromised to hostile foreign actors… people will understand the grave national security risk and threat Mrs. Clinton has putt us up against.”
VIDEO FIVE: Paul Orfanedes [Judicial Watch Director of Litigation – not on panel, but has overseen JW legal action in Clinton scandals] –two cuts:
“A deliberate effort was made to avoid scrutiny, to avoid records seeing the light of day… it was an intentional act designed to thwart FOIA [Freedom of Information Act]”
“As long as they [the Clintons] have been around, they have been doing the same sort of things – misrepresenting documents, hiding documents, concealing documents – this is just vintage Clinton. It’s what you get with them.”
“Both in timing and content, this promises to be an historic event,” said Carter Clews, Judicial Watch Director of Communications. “And we are pleased to be able to give the news media the opportunity to access it live in broadcast quality.”