No-Account Hillary Ignored Congressional Investigators in 2012 Over Secret Email Use

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 at 6:20 am

So, is this a surprise to anyone? Why would she bother since she considers herself above the law? It’s not as if the media will ever ask her about it since she doesn’t take questions on her staged campaign freakshow.

Hillary Clinton did not reply to direct questioning from congressional investigators over whether she was using a private email server in 2012, according to the New York Times.
The Times reports that Clinton, who announced her bid for the White House on Sunday, faced the question in a letter from Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) in December 2012 (see below for letter). Issa was chairman of the House Oversight Committee at the time.
According to the Times, the letter asked, “Have you or any senior agency official ever used a personal email account to conduct official business? If so, please identify the account used.”
Clinton did not reply to the letter, and a response from the State Department in March 2013 — after Clinton left her post as secretary of State — did not address the question, instead discussing the agency’s email policies.
 Can you imagine a GOP presidential candidate trying to get away with something like this, not to mention deleting emails after they’ve been subpoenaed? Forget about it. They’d have already been indicted and hounded mercilessly by the media. Instead this insipid woman goes around babbling about a  constitutional amendment  banning money from campaigns while embarking on a billion-dollar campaign. She’s beyond ridiculous, but we’ve got to sit and watch this charade while the media embarrasses themselves chasing her around. It’s nauseating.

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