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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Ms Clinton and her EMails

For John, BLUFThe coverup is worse than the crime.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

Writing for Pajama Media, Mr Stephen Kruiser, Tuesday, expanded on a Washington Post article by Mr Chris Cillizza.  The WaPo article talks to the question asked of Ms Clinton by Moderator Chris Cuomo, and the back and forth.

The title of the Kruiser article is "'WaPo': Hillary 'STILL Doesn't Have A Good Answer' on Emails".

Here is the main point from Mr Kruiser:

On a serious note, her flailing, constantly evolving, responses to this scandal should be a stand-alone story.  Sure, the MSM is dealing with important issues like Marco Rubio's footwear and Ted Cruz's tithing percentages, so a looming indictment might not seem sexy or newsworthy enough.  It's tempting to blame the Trump Hair and Donkey Extravaganza for distracting the press, but we all know they'd be largely giving Hillary a pass on this even in his absence.

To his credit, Chris Cillizza is the one member of the hackmedia who has stayed on the story.

There are three things in this issue:
  1. Did Ms Clinton violate federal law with regard to protecting classified information and preserving historic records?
  2. Did Ms Clinton exercise extremely poor judgement in trying to run her official EMails off of a personal server, in contravention of good practice?
  3. Does Ms Clinton lack the ability to deal with a problem in a sufficiently open way to build confidence in her leadership, domestically and internationally?
Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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