Well, it’s not as if anything’s going on that might necessitate releasing the contemptuous Mrs. Clinton’s emails.
The State Department is planning to release 55,000 pages of emails stored on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server by January of next year, according to a court filing.
The department has asked a federal judge to approve a plan requiring the release of all of Clinton’s emails by January 15, 2016. The request is related to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed this past January by Vice News and was first reported by POLITICO.
If the request is approved, the complete set of emails could be released just over two weeks before the Iowa caucus. Clinton is the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination.
In the document, the State Department’s acting director of the Office of Information Programs and Services, John Hackett, cited the “voluminous” collection of correspondence as the reason for the late proposed release date.
“Given the breadth and importance of the many foreign policy issues on which the Secretary of State and the Department work, the review of these materials will likely require consultation with a broad range of subject matter experts within the Department and other agencies, as well as potentially with foreign governments,” Hackett continued. The department’s filing claimed that 12 staffers had been assigned to review Clinton’s emails and redact sensitive information.
The contents of Clinton’s messages have been a topic of interest since The New York Times first reported in March that Clinton conducted all of her correspondence from a private e-mail account set up when she was nominated to become Secretary of State in late 2008. Subsequent reports revealed that the account was located on a server operating out of her New York home.
Meanwhile, we now now she blatantly lied about her secret email accounts, but of course she’s not taking any questions. Why should she, the braindead lemmings still support her.