Skip to comments.Hillary secretly gave the nod to plan to publish Congress membersí private emails
Posted on 10/12/2016 8:46:25 PM PDT by blueyon
Although Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may mot be happy with WikiLeaks release of emails coming from her and her staff, that doesnt mean that she isnt above doing the same thing herself.
But unlike Julian Assanges group, she just doesnt want her name associated with it.
Newly-released Clinton emails confirm that the former secretary of state approved a plan in early 2015, shortly after her own email scandal broke, to fight fire with fire by publishing Republican lawmakers rejections of Freedom of Information Act [FOIA] requests for their own private emails.
Although State Department emails are subject to FOIA requests, those from members of Congress are not.
The idea was to make Republican look guilty by rejecting the FOIA requests for their own communications.
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Publish or perish!
Let’s see all the DC dirt.
This is getting good...
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