.@ron_fournier Interesting that you dropped the “both sides to blame” schtick long enough to type up this acrostic.
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) November 21, 2014
—As collated by Twitchy, in a post titled “‘Like poo-flinging monkeys’: Journos high-five over ‘hilarious’ Benghazi report; Four Americans still dead,” November 21st, 2014.
Two weeks ago, we learned that the Clinton Foundation accepted contributions from foreign countries. Assurances from the Obama administration and Clinton aides that no donations were made during her tenure as secretary of State were proven false.
I called the actions sleazy and stupid. Sleazy because any fair-minded person would suspect the foreign countries of trying to buy Clinton’s influence. Stupid because the affair plays into a decades-old knock on the Clintons: They’ll cut any corner for campaign cash. In the 1990s, Bill Clinton and his top aides used the White House as a tool to court and reward big donors.
Now The New York Times is reporting that Clinton used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of State, an apparent violation of federal requirements that her records be retained.
Exposed by a House committee investigating the Benghazi Consulate attack, Clinton brazenly dug in her heels. Advisers reviewed tens of thousands of pages of her personal email and decided which ones to release: Just 55,000 emails were given to the State Department.
Those are our emails, not hers. What is she hiding?
—“Maybe Hillary Clinton Should Retire Her White House Dreams: Maybe she doesn’t want to run in 2016, top Democrats wonder. Maybe she shouldn’t,” former AP journalist Ron Fournier, National Journal, today.
Related: “Michelle Malkin compiles history of administration’s ‘unorthodox’ email methods,” today at Twitchy.
Update: At the risk of serving Vodkapundit-worthy levels of shots and chasers, have another round:
That was Stephanopoulos’s genius as a press spokesman–any Clinton scandal was immediately “old news” and therefore unworthy of discussion
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) March 3, 2015
And yet no one thought to follow up on this 2 year old story on Hillary’s email. How strange. https://t.co/uWG2fpRVQQ
— Political Math (@politicalmath) March 3, 2015