I was castigated big time for this photograph on the Blog – people took offense.
Well my apologies – it is how I feel about this woman and her husband. Money talks but the stupidity of the U.S. State Department – the F.B.I. – Obama – to acquiesce to this gross and misuse of power.
The N.S.A. collects ALL metadata – is this negligence or corruption?
The U.S. State Department – has been able to locate emails for the time period after Clinton left the State Department
“The department has searched for Mr. Pagliano’s e-mail PST file, and has not located one that covers the time period of Secretary Clinton’s tenure.
To be clear, the department does have records related to Mr. Pagliano and we are working with Congress and FOIA requesters to provide relevant material. The department has located a PST for Mr. Pagliano’s recent work at the department as a contractor.
But the files are from after Secretary Clinton left the department. We are continuing to search for Mr. Pagliano’s e-mails which the department may have otherwise retained.
“The department does acknowledge, we must work to improve our systems for record management and retention as part of the ongoing effort, the department is not automatically archiving Secretary Kerry’s e-mails as well as the e-mails of numerous senior staff.”
Here are some headlines from Bloomberg:
*DEPARTMENT SAYS HAS SOME RECORDS FROM AFTER CLINTON’S DEPARTURE
*STATE DEPT. SAYS STILL LOOKING FOR PAGLIANO E-MAILS
*STATE DEPT: WE HAVE WORK TO DO TO IMPROVE RECORDS MANAGEMENT
*REPUBLICANS HAD SOUGHT E-MAILS FROM/TO BRYAN PAGLIANO
Enuff said – picture will be deleted when she goes to jail.
Update 05/10/16: After publication, former U.S. Attorney Matthew Whitaker, who directs the watchdog group Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, called for a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton.
“The report out today that Hillary Clinton received almost $75,000 in political contributions from Justice Department employees is yet another reason why the Justice Department cannot and should not decide whether to bring a case against Hillary Clinton for her reckless handling of classified information while Secretary of State,” Whitaker said in a statement. “The decision of whether or not to bring a case against Clinton will be a difficult one for Attorney General Loretta Lynch, as I don’t believe she has the fortitude to oppose President Obama, who has publicly said Clinton’s behavior didn’t put our national security at risk. Since this Administration has shown no ability to be impartial, looking the other way at every turn of this investigation, I’m renewing an urgent call for the appointment of a special counsel in this case.”