Employee at Hillary Server Company: 'Covering Up Some Shady Sh*t'

The company was told to reduce the data backed up from the server.

Documents released on Tuesday show that an employee at the company who handled Hillary Clinton's email server "questioned if he was part of a coverup."

“This whole thing really is covering up some shady s–t,” the employee said in an Aug. 19 company email obtained by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

The employees at Colorado-based Platte River Networks were alarmed after the Clinton folks ordered a reduction in the data that was stored when the firm conducted back ups of her home-brewed email server.

The limits were ordered after the State Department contacted the former secretary of state in summer 2014 to inquire about her private e-mail records.

In October, the department sent a formal request to turn over documents.

 Writes the New York Post, "The employee was so suspicious that he sent an ­email to a colleague asking for a copy of the email from Clinton Executive Service Corp. to document 'their directive' to limit the number of e-mails stored."

On Sunday, Hillary told the audience of the NBC's Today Show that she is "the most transparent person in American history."