Hillary Clinton deleted 33,000 emails after she had been subpoenaed.
People forget about that.
If grandma had nothing to hide, she wouldn’t have deleted them after the fact.
In the latest damaging WikiLeaks release, an email shows a Hillary confidante discussing deleting the emails despite knowing it was against the law.
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HRC confidant P. Reines discusses strategies they can “use…as the excuse” for not turning over all her emails despite receiving a subpoena pic.twitter.com/ZzWapiienk
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) October 12, 2016
From Associated Press:
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was slow to grasp the seriousness of the controversy over her use of a homebrew email server and believed it might blow over after one weekend.
Two days after The Associated Press was first to report in March 2015 that Clinton had been running a private server in her home in New York to send and receive messages when she was secretary of state, her advisers were shaping their strategy to respond to the revelation.
WikiLeaks began releasing on Friday what it said were years of messages from accounts used by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. He said Tuesday that the FBI told him it was looking into the breach as part of its ongoing investigation into the hacking of Democratic organizations by Russian intelligence.
Among the emails made public Tuesday by WikiLeaks was one from Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill, who optimistically suggested that the issue might quickly blow over.
“Goal would be to cauterize this just enough so it plays out over the weekend and dies in the short term,” Merrill wrote on March 6, 2015.
It did not, and became the leading example of Clinton’s penchant for secrecy, which has persisted as a theme among her campaign critics and rivals throughout her election season. Clinton did not publicly confirm or discuss her use of the email server until March 10 in a speech at the United Nations, nearly one week after AP revealed the server’s existence.
Months after Merrill’s message, the campaign was still preoccupied with emails. In May 2015, Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon alerted other staffers that the Justice Department was proposing to publish Clinton’s work-related emails by January in response to requests by news organizations. Fallon, a former Justice Department spokesman, wrote that unspecified “DOJ folks” told him there was a court hearing planned soon in the case. The name and email address of the person who shared the information with Fallon had been deleted.
How people will head to the polls next month knowing they’re casting a vote for the most inept politician of her era tells you the stupidity we’re dealing with.
And the media covers for this career criminal, because they want taxes to rise and a wildly left-leaning Supreme Court?
H/T: Gateway Pundit