Heya Grant. We do have to remember the pushback coming from the left and lets not forget how the Clintons flooded the media with their Infected.
The Clinton email controversy isn’t going away, no matter how hard Media Matters’ David Brock–a die-hard Clintonite–tries to squash it. Clinton appears to have created multiple private email address, and a senior State Department official said that she was probably operating in direct violation of State Department policy regarding electronic communications for six years. Clinton’s way of executing official government business through a private server also exposed the United States to data breaches. Additionally, it appears that 90 percent of the emails Clinton turned over could have already been in State’s hands since it was intra-department communication with employees using the state.gov email address. This pretty much kills any “she’s being transparent … because emails” talking point that some of her defenders have been peddling (via WaPo)
Of the e-mails that were turned over to State, the Clinton aide said, 90 percent were correspondence between Clinton and agency employees using their regular government e-mail accounts, which end in state.gov.
The remaining 10 percent were communications between Clinton and other government officials, including some at the White House, along with an unknown number of people “not on a government server,” the aide said. The aide requested anonymity because the e-mails are not yet public.....snip~
Wait, The State Department Already Had 90 Percent Of The Emails Clinton Turned Over? - Matt Vespa
She exposed the US to data breaches.....placed the US at Risk. Don't let that mantra fall to the way side and keep it up and vocal. Nice and Loud.
So the left realizes just how much of a **** up she really is and was always meant to be, as well as that tail they hold onto.
Last edited by MMC; 03-09-15 at 11:41 PM.
firstname.lastname@example.org part the mail servers use. Some users may not know the difference or how to display them both or either (in which case, they are really stupid and shouldn't be in leadership positions) or they are being willfully ignorant (this is my bet). Besides, don't these people have tech savvy people on their staffs to tell them these things? Naaa. I'm seeing willful, purposeful, malicious ignorance.
How will we ever know if all the emails have been disclosed? After all, it's safe to assume that they've all been scrubbed, which was the entire point of this private email server in the first place, the control of the records to be able to do this scrubbing. What? Are we to believe what Clinton says? After her 30 years of such a colorful history? Seriously? Oh not just No, but Hell No! What part of Clinton's history warrants any sort of trust or belief in what she says?
Special kind of fool if you do.
Nancy Pelosi said: “We have to pass it, to find out what’s in it.” A Doctor called to a radio show & said: "That's the definition of a stool sample"
"Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket," Barack Obama January 2008
Oh and you just hit a good point EB.....one that even Highlights how Hillary has always been corrupt.
History Lesson: President Hillary Clinton Would Be Secretive, Too.....
News that Hillary Clinton exclusively used a private email account to keep secret her communications as Secretary of State should surprise no one. She came to Washington more than 20 years ago determined to keep secrets, and she's still at it.....snip~
History Lesson: President Hillary Clinton Would Be Secretive, Too - Byron York - Page 1
Mrs. Clinton turned over printouts, not emails.
By JAMES TARANTO
If you were following the revelations about Hillary Clinton’s private State Department IT operation last week, you probably heard that, as the initial New York Times story put it, “55,000 pages of emails were given to the department” in December after being selected by a private aide to the former secretary. You might have wondered: What does that mean, 55,000 “pages”? Or maybe you just read it, as the crack fact-check team over at PolitiFact did just last night, as 55,000 emails.
It turns out the reference is to literal physical pages. From Friday’s Times: “Finally, in December, dozens of boxes filled with 50,000 pages of printed emails from Mrs. Clinton’s personal account were delivered to the State Department.”
Why did Mrs. Clinton have her staff go through the trouble of printing out, boxing and shipping 50,000 or 55,000 pages instead of just sending a copy of the electronic record? One can only speculate, but there is an obvious advantage: Printed files are less informative and far harder to search than the electronic originals.
Because State has only printouts of emails, department personnel responding to a Freedom of Information Act request have to go through the whole haystack rather than type “needle” into a search engine. At best, that would mean long delays in FOIA compliance.
Likewise, printouts are not subject to electronic discovery in the event of investigation or lawsuit. The Times reports that department lawyers responding to a request from the House Select Committee on Benghazi took two months to find “roughly 900 pages pertaining to the Benghazi attacks.” And printouts do not include electronic “metadata,” which can provide crucial forensic evidence.