Skip to comments.6 questions that still need answers in the Hillary e-mail controversy
Posted on 03/07/2015 5:59:54 PM PST by E. Pluribus Unum
Hillary Clinton's decision to exclusively use a private e-mail address -- and set up her own server at her house to do so -- during her time as the nation's leading diplomat has dominated news coverage this week. And yet, for all the great reporting that's been done, there are lots of questions that remain to be answered -- either by journalists looking into the matter or, less likely, by Clinton herself.
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Only six questions?
Apparently Chris Cillizza is not very curious.
There are WAY more than just 6 questions that need to be answered.
Q: Why weren’t the servers immediately seized and secured as they would have been if it involved “little people”?
1) Why wasn’t a warrant issued and an FBI SWAT team deployed to recover Hillary’s server within hours of this first becoming known?
Sorry, I didn’t scroll down to see that you had covered that.
You mentioned more specifics than I did.
Six is only a beginning.
You were more succinct.
Who else used email accounts through her server besides her?
Did more than one person have access to the same email account? (Review how Gen. Petraous and his mistress used the same email account.)
Who set up and maintained her home-brew servers? What type and how often was maintenance done? Were they aware that her server had been compromised?
But the main question, I concur, is WHY did she flaunt protocol and set up the server in lieu of using state.gov for official email?
She guarantees unrestricted abortion and birth control
And that is all she guarantees. Same as her no good sidekick
And it’s enough.
There is no binding legal authority
It’s too much probably for the treyster
He’s iffy on amnesty.
Anyone going up against it has to be better at it - BO or on the other side of the spectrum
Was Obola’s Crackberry tied into the White Hut’s server? Gotta think he’s prolly as guilty as Hitlery is regarding insecurity of government secret emails.
I wondering why she did not surrender all government property once she left her job. Whenever I left a company, everything I had worked on belonged to the company and was to be surrendered once I left. Period.
The six questions are not a bad start and even raise the largely ignored (by the MSM) issue of what the White House knew. That said, they are six questions that the Clintons and the WH will never honestly answer.
That would answer a lot...
Reggie Love’s tool.
Where is the server now, and who has possession?
I wonder if Huma Abedin was using any of those CLinton email addresses doing her Muslim Brotherhood behind the scenes planning and scheming? Makes you wonder. This could be huge...
The last question....why did she set up the server rather than use the state department email?
I’ve had a government email account before. One of the curious thing is personal ownership and that for top executives...you might have some ‘rights’ or ownership that you can hand off to people within your group/agency....so they could log on and see various emails as they come/go.
However, if your tight group was composed of NON-governmental folks (say the foundation crowd), then they would be excluded from rights or ownership of this email account. Even if you tried to bring this up....the IT folks would point out the various ways that this was impossible without these folks having a government position.
I think Hillary wanted her folks (not even the state department employees)...but the foundation folks as the hub of her activity. This was the only way that they watched her back and ensured all efforts benefited the foundation (more than the state department).
The fact that no one in the WH noticed all of this....kinda says that they didn’t care what she did because it was worthless anyway. They were making foreign policy as much as the foundation people were....meaning the state department for four years was just a statue.
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