Gee, it’s almost as if Grandma is a paranoid, wild-eyed conspiracy theorist.
Hillary Clinton’s current campaign manager kept a list of people who were not to receive State Department jobs being doled out — just as the new secretary of state entered the Obama administration — The Post has exclusively learned.
“We are beginning the process of separating people we may want to hire from people we do not want to hire at all,” Robby Mook, the wunderkind 36-year-old campaign manager, wrote in an email to various Clinton officials. The email was sent Feb. 23, 2009, just two weeks after Clinton assumed the job as secretary of state.
“Below is a list of people we are proposing NOT to hire (the ‘no-offer’ list), along with the name of the person who submitted their resume,” Mook added.
Mook’s email was released by Citizens United, the conservative group that obtained the message through a Freedom of Information Act request from the State Department.
The email was sent to Clinton confidants Minyon Moore and Tamzera Luzzatto, as well as close Clinton aides and State Department officials Cheryl Mills, Capricia Marshall and Huma Abedin, among others. Tina Flournoy, Bill Clinton’s chief of staff, was on the email chain, as well.
One big happy family of criminals and miscreants. Of course we’ll never find out who was on the list, because transparency!
The names on the blacklist were redacted upon their release from the State Department to Citizens United.
“Hillary Clinton’s similarities to Richard Nixon are more striking than anyone could have imagined,” said Michael Boos, Citizens United executive vice president, to The Post.
“Now we’ve learned she even maintained a secretive blacklist while heading the State Department. The American people deserve to know who is on that list,” Boos added.
Good luck with that.