Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Clinton Email Scandal: Cheryl Mills To Judge — Drop Dead

Clinton Email Scandal: Cheryl Mills To Judge — Drop Dead

hear some news over the next few days about Hillary Clinton's emails.


Because you are an
important part of this team, we wanted to take a few minutes to talk through
the facts -- we need your help to make sure they get out there.


There's a lot of
misinformation, so bear with us; the truth matters on this.


was told by PRESIDENT OBAMA before taking the position of SECRETARY of STATE
that she was only to use the U.S GOVERNMENT provided SECURED EMAIL ACCOUNT,
and her TEAM have come up with the following LIES in an attempt to mislead the
AMERICAN PUBLIC, just as she did when she was the SECRETARY of STATE, during


Here is a LIST of those
LIES that the HILLARY TEAM has put ON-LINE today!

1) Here are the basics: Like other Secretaries of State who served
before her, Hillary used a personal email address, and the rules of the State
Department permitted it. She's already acknowledged that, in hindsight, it
would have been better just to use separate work and personal email accounts.
No one disputes that.

2) The State Department's request: Last year, as part of a review of its
records, the State Department asked the last four former Secretaries of State
to provide any work-related emails they had. Hillary was the only former
Secretary of State to provide any materials -- more than 30,000 emails. In
fact, she handed over too many -- the Department said it will be returning over
1,200 messages to her because, in their and the National Archives' judgment,
these messages were completely personal in nature.

3) Hillary didn't send any classified materials over email: Hillary only
used her personal account for unclassified email. No information in her emails
was marked classified at the time she sent or received them. She viewed
classified materials in hard copy in her office or via other secure means while
traveling, not on email.

4) What makes it complicated: It's common for information previously
considered unclassified to be upgraded to classified before being publicly
released. Some emails that weren't secret at the time she sent or received them
might be secret now. And sometimes government agencies disagree about what
should be classified, so it isn't surprising that another agency might want to
conduct its own review, even though the State Department has repeatedly
confirmed that Hillary's emails contained no classified information at the time
she sent or received them.

5) To be clear, there is absolutely no criminal inquiry into Hillary's email
or email server.
Any and all reports to that effect have been widely
debunked. Hillary directed her team to provide her email server and a thumb
drive in order to cooperate with the review process and to ensure these
materials were stored in a safe and secure manner.

6) What about the Benghazi committee? While you may hear from the
Republican-led Benghazi committee about Hillary's emails, it is important to
remember that the committee was formed to focus on learning lessons from
Benghazi to help prevent future tragedies at our embassies and consulates
around the globe. Instead, the committee, led by Republican Representative Trey
Gowdy, is spending nearly $6 million in taxpayer money to conduct a partisan
witch-hunt designed to do political damage to Hillary in the run-up to the

7) Hillary has remained absolutely committed to cooperating. That's why,
just as she gave her email server to the government, she's also testifying
before the Benghazi committee in October and is actively working with the
Justice Department to make sure they have what they need. She hopes that her
emails will continue to be released in a timely fashion.

8) It's worth noting: Many of the Republican candidates for president
have done the same things for which they're now criticizing Hillary. As
governor, Jeb Bush owned his own private server and his staff decided which
emails he turned over as work-related from his private account. Bobby Jindal
went a step further, using private email to communicate with his immediate
staff but refusing to release his work-related emails. Scott Walker and Rick
Perry had email issues themselves.

9) The bottom line: Look, this kind of nonsense comes with the territory
of running for president. We know it, Hillary knows it, and we expect it to
continue from now until Election Day.

10) It's okay. We'll be ready. We have the facts, our principles, and you on
our side. And it's vital that you read and absorb the real story so that you
know what to say the next time you hear about this around the dinner table or
the water cooler.

The FBI is only investigating –

The handling of classified documents.

Which were found on Hillary Clinton's work emails.

Which arose from Hillary Clinton's private server.

Which was set up by Hillary Clinton's staff.

And which were handled by Hillary Clinton.


than that, she's hardly involved.





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