You know, no one has come up with a good reason why this is a major crisis NOW. Everyone who emailed her - or got an email from her - knew she was using a private account. If there was a problem, it should have been brought up then.
I can only assume this is a fake crisis to try to derail her run for the presidency.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
"It's always reassuring to find you've made the right enemies." -- William J. Donovan
Under the law as revised, that makes sense. That's not to say she may not have taken certain personal liberties with "scrubbing" her own emails, but who among asking us hadn't?
I go through my emails regularly and delete old emails I've sent that are no longer relevant all the time. And that which I miss gets archived. Of course, the question as to what, if anything, wasn't archived that could have been considered "official -vs- personal/private" and who has jurisdiction over the email review process does need to be resolved especially if any of her email replies involved a critical "decision" only she could make as SOS.
Overall, I think this entire ordeal is more an exercise in search of that "gotcha" moment, but as I said previously let's see what those other 300 emails that got turned over to congressional investigators heading up Benghazi-Gate turn up.
Again, Good Luck!
Last edited by Objective Voice; 03-14-15 at 02:26 PM.