Just today the NY Times mentions four torpedos in the water aimed at the Good Ship Hillary.
WASHINGTON — A former aide to Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state testified behind closed doors for two hours Wednesday in the first in a series of depositions that are likely to raise more questions about Mrs. Clinton’s use of a private email server just as she prepares for an election campaign against Donald J. Trump.
The former aide, Lewis A. Lukens, testified under oath about his knowledge of Mrs. Clinton’s private email system as part of a lawsuit brought against the State Department by a conservative legal advocacy group, Judicial Watch.
And what did he say? Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon...
Thomas Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, who took part in Mr. Lukens’s deposition, said afterward that he could not discuss the substance of the testimony because of the ground rules set by Judge Sullivan.
But Mr. Fitton predicted that once the testimony is publicly released — perhaps as early as next week — it would show “why the State Department and Mrs. Clinton have slow-rolled this and withheld a complete explanation of what went on with her email system. What we learned is going to be embarrassing to Mrs. Clinton and the administration — maybe more than embarrassing.”
He refused to elaborate, citing the court’s restrictions.
And this is just the first of a few:
At least five other officials — including two of Mrs. Clinton’s top aides at the State Department, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin — are also scheduled to testify in the lawsuit over the next six weeks in what promises to be an unwelcome distraction for the Clinton campaign.
The last deposition is set for June 29 — less than a month before the start of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, where Mrs. Clinton is widely expected to win her party’s nomination for president over challenger Bernie Sanders.
Assuming the depositions continue to be released roughly a week later, we should have a complete set around Independence Day.
The Judicial Watch story also notes the ongoing FBI investigation, which needs to be wrapped up so AG Loretta Lynch can formally quash it:
Meanwhile, the F.B.I. is continuing to investigate the issue of Mrs. Clinton’s private email server to determine whether any federal laws regarding the handling of classified material or other issues may have been broken.
There is more - Bernie has no intention of going quietly into that good night:
Bernie Sanders, Eyeing Convention, Willing to Harm Hillary Clinton in the Homestretch
Defiant and determined to transform the Democratic Party, Senator Bernie Sanders is opening a two-month phase of his presidential campaign aimed at inflicting a heavy blow on Hillary Clinton in California and amassing enough leverage to advance his agenda at the convention in July — or even wrest the nomination from her.
Advisers to Mr. Sanders said on Wednesday that he was newly resolved to remain in the race, seeing an aggressive campaign as his only chance to pressure Democrats into making fundamental changes to how presidential primaries and debates are held in the future.
Between Judicial Watch and the FBI he may have a lot to work with. But one last thing! Color me skeptical but the House Republicans may manage to make news with their maybe-some-day-soon Benghazi report:
Benghazi Panel, Plodding Along, May Conclude Near Conventions or Election
I think Bernie and Judicial Watch take us into Game of Thrones territory here. The CW, which I currently share, is that Loretta Lynch won't allow Her Inevitability to be indicted. However! Suppose the Judicial Watch revelations are sufficiently damaging and Bernie sufficiently successful that Hillary's baggage becomes too heavy for the Dem Establishment to carry (I currently picture them slogging along to the strains of "She Ain't Heavy, She's My Crony". Obama, with one eye on his legacy and another on the polls, might decide that Bernie or Biden are necessary and credible alternatives. A Biden cram-down at this point would complete the 1968 flashback (Hubert Humphrey became the Dem nominee without entering the primaries, prompting massive rule changes), so maybe Bernie is the guy. Keep hope alive!
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER: Slogans that ought to be old by now: Hillary - Putting The 'Crone' In Crony Capitalism!