Monday, September 14, 2015

Judicial Watch Minds the Gap in Hillary E-Mails

As part of the document release associated with the Judicial Watch Freedom of Information request regarding former Secretary of State and current Democrat Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton (D-NY), it was shown that there were several gaps in communication on the Clinton hombrew email server.

According to a heavily redacted  internal State Department document, Secretary Clinton did not receive ANY emails from January 21st 2009 to March 17th nor send any emails until April 12th 2009.  This time period includes the famous lost in translation Russian Reset button visit to Moscow on March 9th 2009.

Hillary was confirmed on January 22nd, 2009.  In addition,  there is no record of Hillary sending emails from December 30th 2012 to her resignation on February 1st 2013.   Hillary Clinton hit her head and suffered a concussion a few days before December 15th 2012.  Curious that the gap starts a fortnight later.

In total, there are no records of Mrs. Clinton having e-mail for 114 days of her tenure at Foggy Bottom.  For a Secretary of State whose most memorable achievement was racking up frequent flier miles visiting foreign countries, this is odd as email is the easiest (but not the only) way that she could communicate with Washington.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton smells a rat about these email gaps and urges Congress and the judiciary into investigating issues uncovered in the document dump.

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