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Hillary tells it like it is.......ouch 2seaoat AGAIN learns the hard way...CLINTONS LIE. She DID receive subpoena

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Hillary tells it like it is.......ouch 2seaoat AGAIN learns the hard way...CLINTONS LIE. She DID receive subpoena

Trey Gowdy releases his subpoena of Hillary Clinton in attempt to contradict her
By Colby Itkowitz July 8 at 2:50 PM

The day after Hillary Rodham Clinton told CNN in a wide-ranging interview that “I’ve never had a subpoena,” Rep. Trey Gowdy released the subpoena he sent her in March.

Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks, claimed Clinton left him “no choice in order to correct the inaccuracy.”

[House committee subpoenas e-mails from Clinton’s personal account]

The subpoena, sent to Clinton on March 4, asked for the following documents:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2015/07/08/trey-gowdy-releases-his-subpoena-of-hillary-clinton-in-attempt-to-contradict-her/

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Mr. Markle.......you do not send a subpoena by mail.   Incredible that Gomer thinks people do not understand that a subpoena needs to be "served on Hillary Clinton", and the stupid people line up for more..........Hillary Clinton is absolutely correct.  The best part is two years after the committees wanted to review emails, they prepare a subpoena about three months ago, fail to serve Hillary, and are asking her Lawyers to release the server.......Did Gomer really go to law school or was that matchbook cover for Draw school.

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She and the state dept had a legal duty to preserve the data. Hillary had a legal obligation to turn over all emails regarding benghazi and to preserve the data... both now proven to have been violated. No surprise that you don't care.

LOL, it's just another lie by Billary, one of too many to count.....fact checked. Of course she felt her minions at State were not entitled to the same use of private email....

"when Clinton was secretary, a cable went out under her signature warning employees to “avoid conducting official Department business from your personal e-mail accounts.”

Hillary tells it like it is.......ouch 2seaoat AGAIN learns the hard way...CLINTONS LIE.  She DID receive subpoena Pinocchio_3

"Hillary Clinton’s claim that ‘everything I did [on e-mails] was permitted’

"while she claims “everything I did was permitted,” she appears to have not complied with the requirement to turn over her business-related e-mails before she left government service. That’s a major misstep that she has not acknowledged."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2015/07/09/hillary-clintons-claim-that-everything-i-did-on-emails-was-permitted/

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2seaoat wrote:Mr. Markle.......you do not send a subpoena by mail.   Incredible that Gomer thinks people do not understand that a subpoena needs to be "served on Hillary Clinton", and the stupid people line up for more..........Hillary Clinton is absolutely correct.  The best part is two years after the committees wanted to review emails, they prepare a subpoena about three months ago, fail to serve Hillary, and are asking her Lawyers to release the server.......Did Gomer really go to law school or was that matchbook cover for Draw school.

Washington Post Fact Checker Gives Hillary Clinton Three Pinocchios for Email Falsities


Don Irvine — July 9, 2015

http://www.aim.org/don-irvine-blog/washington-post-fact-checker-gives-hillary-clinton-three-pinocchios-for-email-falsities/

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And yet:

http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/the-republicans-who-did-exactly-what-hillary-did

One of the under-appreciated angles to the story about Hillary Clinton’s email problem is that Hillary Clinton isn’t the only one with an email problem. In fact, in an ironic twist, some of the former Secretary of State’s leading Republican critics have also relied on personal email accounts and shielded selected messages from public scrutiny.

Aliyah Frumin explained this week, for example, that “several potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates are facing email and transparency issues of their own” and they “also leaned heavily on private emails during their time in office – and have been criticized in the past for not releasing other documents – just as they skewer Clinton for not being forthright with her personal emails.”

The Wall Street Journal today, for example, takes a look at former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s (R) record.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a likely Republican presidential candidate, primarily used a personal email account on his own computer server when he was in office from 1999 to 2007. In December, he posted online hundreds of thousands of emails from both the private and government accounts. Mr. Bush’s spokeswoman said that emails from the private account unrelated to government business weren’t turned over to the state or preserved. […]

But much like with Mrs. Clinton, the decision over which emails should be considered official and which remain private was made by Mr. Bush. It is unclear how many emails Mr. Bush withheld because he deemed them unrelated to state business.
Barbara Petersen, president of the First Amendment Foundation, told the WSJ that Jeb Bush “did exactly what Hillary did.” The former governor and his aides “went through those emails and decided what were public-record emails and what wasn’t.”

By some accounts, the messages Team Bush chose not to share related to “politics” and “campaign donors asking for favors” – topics that may be relevant in a presidential campaign.

Bush is hardly the only one among the likely GOP presidential candidates with this email problem. Indeed, most of the Republican field should probably hope this issue goes away quickly:

* Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R): Though he called Clinton’s use of a private email address an “outrage,” Walker is at the center of a Wisconsin controversy surrounding his use of a private email address.

* Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R): The Republican lawmaker deleted emails from his private account during his tenure in state government, despite using his personal account to conduct business related to his official duties.

* New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R): The Bergen Record reported this week, “Nearly a year before revelations that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used her personal email account for official business, the Christie administration was chastised because members of its own staff communicated through private emails. And that criticism came not from Governor Christie’s political foes, but from lawyers hired by his team to investigate the burgeoning George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.”

* Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R): Both Republican governors conducted official business from their private email accounts and have not released the emails for public scrutiny.

Just to be clear about this, I’m not suggesting the Clinton story is irrelevant. On the contrary, legitimate questions have been raised that deserve answers. What’s more, there are some differences between the Clinton story and the circumstances surrounding her Republican critics, most notably the fact that they seemed to operate two email accounts – one governmental, one private – while the former Secretary of State used one.

But the hypocrisy matters, too. Some of the same Clinton critics reaching for the fainting couch because the public won’t see messages she deemed private also conducted official business from their private accounts in emails that will receive no public scrutiny at all.

For that matter, the Clinton “scandal” seems oddly detached from the fact that (a) the Bush/Cheney White House lost millions of important emails, and the Beltway media largely ignored the story; (b) Mitt Romney went to hilarious lengths to hide his public emails from scrutiny in the last presidential campaign, and the Beltway media largely ignored the story; and (c) previous Secretaries of State sent and received emails that the public has never seen, and will never see, and no one seems to find that particularly controversial.

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