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The Democratic Party is the party of the four S’s: slavery, secession, segregation and socialism (Quote By Author Michael Scheuer).
Loretta Lynch’s tarmac tête-à-tête with Bill Clinton got the attention late
last week, tainting as it might any Justice Department findings in the Hillary
Clinton probes. But don’t forget the bombs that landed just days earlier in the
ongoing saga of the ex-secretary-of-state’s e-mail abuses.
Monday brought news
of another nearly three dozen e-mails that she failed to fork over. And top Hillary
aide Huma Abedin’s Tuesday deposition highlighted further e-mail problems.
The latest batch of
e-mails comes courtesy of Abedin’s own e-mails — and a Freedom of Information
suit from Judicial Watch. The Clinton camp has yet to explain why Hillary’s
“complete” e-mail dump left out these missives — or any of the other “missing”
e-mails that have surfaced.
One gem is a March
2009 note from Clinton to Abedin and another State employee: “I have just
realized I have no idea how my papers are treated at State. Who managed both my
personal and official files? . . . I think we need to get on this asap to be
sure we know and design the system we want.”
Design the system we
want . . . Yeah, sounds about right: Design the system that best keeps her
records off the public record.
And this nugget from
November 2010, Abedin to Clinton: “We should talk about putting you on State
e-mail or releasing your e-mail address to the department so you are not going
According to Abedin,
the catalyst for that was a call Hillary had missed with a foreign minister
because a key e-mail apparently went straight to a spam folder. “So she wasn’t
able to do her job, do what she needed to do,” Abedin said.
Clinton’s reply to
Abedin’s get-a-State-account e-mail was to offer to get a “separate address or
device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”
With every newly
released e-mail, Clinton’s message is clear: All her business is personal,
even if it’s actually government business.