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."