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Hillary…indisposed at the moment…

Leslie Brown

The thing about emails, is that there is a “sender” and a “recipient”, so Hillary’s problems just got exponentially way worse.

If you’ve wondered where she’s been lately, I would guess that she’s probably not able to stray too far from the “facilities” at the moment, because emails are being sought from nearly a dozen State Department workers under her.

This is what “Pelosi Galore*” had to say about the investigation.

Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said during her weekly press conference on Thursday that she is concerned about the ongoing investigation by the Select Committee on Benghazi investigating the September 11, 2012 attacks on the U.S. building in Libya.

“I have a concern that this isn’t really about emails. It’s about a partisan investigation from a select committee, spent millions of dollars and produced nothing. We’re going to see ongoing attempts to investigate Hillary Clinton no matter what … whether it’s her e-mails, whether it’s her hair.” Pelosi said that the committee seems to be “a big waste of taxpayer money.” NDN

In other words, “There’s nothing to see here, move along”.

Fox News

Representative Trey Gowdy, chairman of the Benghazi Select Committee, told Reuters these included aides to Clinton and perhaps “aides to aides.”

“We sent a subpoena to the State Department for emails from a number of individuals within the State Department, other than Secretary Clinton,” Gowdy, a Republican, said in a phone interview.

A New York Times report this month that Clinton had used a personal email account for government business while the chief U.S. diplomat from 2009 to 2013 has reinvigorated the committee’s investigation into the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

What more do we need to say about this shining example of liberalism and “transparency” found in the Democratic front-runner for 2016, except for “good luck with that”.

*Courtesy Wayne Dupree

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