MILLINOCKET, Maine, March 29, 2015 – When the Senate committee hearings on Benghazi requested relevant emails from the State Department, the department in turn requested emails from Hillary Clinton.
Hillary, in an interesting move, sent them some 50,000 printed copies instead of electronic copies.
Funny thing is… printed matter can’t be word searched, at least not easily. Untold hours, days and months would be required to search through that many printed emails.
Electronic copies can return almost instant results from a word search.
The State Department turned over about 30,000 of those printed emails, while Hillary admitted that she had deleted another 30,000 emails, which she had determined were of a personal nature and not relevant.
In her unprecedented March 10 press conference at the United Nations, Hillary maintained that she had done no wrong and that the private server she used during her tenure as secretary of state for official and personal communications would remain private.
It is probable that there will be appearances in more hearings for Hillary. But don’t feel sorry for her… she’s used to it by now.
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