Saturday, October 29, 2016

Yet another level of stink

The post-American regime gives Madame BleachBit's campaign the heads-up about some journalism being practiced - as you know, a no-no in dictatorships.

The State Department tipped the Hillary Clinton campaign off last year that a New York Times reporter was asking questions about Clinton’s emails.
The revelation undermines the State Department’s claims that it has not worked to help Clinton during the ongoing email scandal.
“State just called to tell me that Mike Schmidt seems to have what appear to be summaries of some of the exchanges in the 300 emails the committee has,” Nick Merrill wrote in a March 14, 2015 email.
Schmidt is the Times reporter who broke the news that Clinton used a private email account as secretary of state. The article was published on March 2, 2015. Clinton had turned more than 50,000 emails over to the State Department in Dec. 2014. The State Department then provided around 300 emails to the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which was chaired by South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy.

Your tax dollars at work - undermining the First Amendment.


  1. This is a game played out over and over in even the most miniscule matters involving prosecutors, defense lawyers and other barristers. Ya think she's gonna lay down and spread 'em and let 'em spear her? Same thing will happen with all of your other witch hunts. And your ilk falls back on some preternatural forces which allow her to escape legal damnation.

  2. Cite some other examples, then. And make sure they match this one in magnitude.