It’s still not over
“At least we now know why Cheryl didn’t want her to run.”
“Additional chances for mischief.”
“We gotta zap Lanny out of our universe.”
“This is a Cheryl special.”
Bring a mop and some Bleachbit.
A luxury hotel while hundreds live in tents.
“…investigators could not review documents for the period after the email server became public”
Oh, we can guess.
Say it ain’t so.
We’re interested in some “bit wiping” services. Do ya know anyone?
“They were handing out immunity deals like candy.”
“…Mills and Kendall subsequently reviewed e-mails that Samuelson printed.”
“Her mission was to help the Clinton Foundation find a new leader…”
“Personnel has been sending him options.”
“State Department officials also ‘inadvertently’ labeled some email attachments as irrelevant…”
“We must protect the Secretary’s and Under Secretary’s name…”
“I don’t have a memory of that.”
“Let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”
“This is a Potemkin investigation.”
After several failed attempts to conduct an official conversation on a secured telephone line, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton …
“investigators have found scant evidence tying Clinton to criminal wrongdoing…”
“It is deplorable that it took over a year for these records to be produced…”
Plus, another 1600 pages of Benghazi material.
Another Pagliano issue?
Cut and paste?
“This is exceedingly unusual, perhaps exceptional in the history of modern federal bureaucratic leadership.”
Getting it wrong.
Did Hillary get a Free Credit Report after sending classified material?
Just payin’ the Bill.
Connecting the dots.
“I say it plainly: We arrived late.”
“How can you turn a blind eye to the pain this organization causes good people?”