The Benghazi investigation and Hillary's private email server are causing the Democratic presidential candidate some discomfort and distress. For that, she's truly sorry.
WASHINGTON, September 5, 2015 —“Never ruin an apology with an excuse,” said Benjamin Franklin.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t know her Franklin.
“At the end of the day I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions,” Clinton told a genuflecting Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC.
The State Department announced that it could not find Hillary’s signed OF-109 document, on which the signatory swears to leaving all official communications behind before exiting government service. Had the OF-109 document been found, perjury might have topped a bill of particulars handed down by a federal grand jury.
Clinton’s “sorry” came with a qualifier. “I am very confident that by the time this campaign has run its course, people will know that what I have been saying is accurate.”
So, she’s not sorry for the lies, but for all the “confusion” her lies have caused a few reporters and the American people.
There is a sign that clarity might be on the way. Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California wrote a piece appearing in the New York Times with the headline, “Disband the Benghazi Committee.” This is probably a sign that the committee is getting close to uncovering the truth.
Schiff fears the committee no longer has any interest in the al Qaeda attack on America’s diplomatic mission in Benghazi, “except as the tragic events of that day may be used as a cudgel against the likely Democratic nominee for president … Do we really want to see future select committees ginned up to attack other likely presidential nominees?”
That’s a good question, one best posed to FBI forensic investigators now scouring a certain email server from Chappaqua, New York, for deleted files that may bring clarity to all that Hillary-induced confusion.
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