Will this end the shrivled vagina’s run

In a just released batch of emails from the massive collection of Clinton communications being reviewed by the State Department, there is indeed classified information. Politico reports the big question regarding these materials is when they were labelled that way.

State Department spinster Marnie “barf” Harf said “It wasn’t classified at the time. The occurrence of a subsequent upgrade doesn’t mean that anyone did anything wrong.”


As Politico reports in covering State’s email dump: “The emails also provide a raw look into the grave danger that US Ambassador Chris Stevens faced — and the extent to which top State Department officials knew of his precarious situation from the time he arrived in Benghazi in the spring, in the midst Libya’s civil war.”

Stevens was one of the four Americans killed in the 9/11/2012 attack on the U.S. compound at Benghazi.

Another media outlet, The UK Daily Mail revealed other bits and pieces: “They also paint the onetime first lady and New York senator as technologically maladroit — she was all thumbs with an office fax machine — and distant enough from her husband Bill that their aides kept each informed about the other’s doings. She used her email to let aides know she was thirsy. ‘Pls call Sarah and ask her if she can get me some iced tea,’ one message read.”

Now as some people like to do some celebrating of Christmas in July, there is this tidbit

One of the mysteries raised in this dump concerns an unknown figure named “Santa” who was apparently on the then-secretary’s meeting schedule. The article notes of the “Santa” reference by Hillary: “‘I’m seeing Santa at 8:30,’ she wrote her deputy chief of staff (and secret lesbo lover) Huma Abedin six months after taking office, ‘so won’t take off until closer to 9:30.’”

South Carolina GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy, who leads the House Select Committee on Benghazi, has been trying to get all of Clinton’s Benghazi-related emails released. The ex-prosecutor has said he will schedule Hillary for a hearing before his committee when he is satisfied he has the necessary record of her communications on which to base his questioning.

The sooner, the better.



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