Hillary’s Emails Matter: Reveal Disturbing Inability To Function

Hillary’s Emails Matter: Reveal Disturbing Inability To Function

Hillary’s Emails Matter: Reveal Disturbing Inability To Function

In an op-ed for FoxNews, Paul Goldman, the former chair of Virginia’s Democrat Party, put forth an interesting premise regarding his pal Hillary Clinton. His argument boils down to one thing: Hillary’s emails and what is in them does not matter. Yes, he wrote that with a straight face. A few highlights:

To all this I answer: At this point, fair or not, what’s in this new batch of emails is not likely to settle this debate. Those looking for exoneration are as likely to find more exasperation: those searching for proof of worse mistakes are equally likely to be disappointed.

One person’s molehill is another’s one mountain in this controversy: and at this point, roughly one-half year into the back and forth, where you stand is based on where you sit.

The point being: After all that has transpired to date, perception may have already become reality to most Americans, indeed most commentators, not to mention defenders and detractors, on both sides. Or put another way: Another batch of emails isn’t going to change the bottom line.

“Another batch of emails isn’t going to change the bottom line.” OH REALLY?  Let’s take a look at one of the gems from the emails released last week:

In a recently released e-mail from January 3, 2010, she personally messaged an assistant, wishing her a Happy New Year, and then offered a demand list to start the year off: I’d like to work w you to prepare a menu for Jason. Also does he give me a monthly bill for the food he buys and prepares for me? Could you or he buy skim milk for me to have for my tea? Also, pls remind me to bring more tea cups from home . . . Can you give me times for two TV shows: Parks and Recreation and The Good Wife?

As you may recall, in this July post, we pointed out that Hillary missed cabinet meetings, doesn’t get along with fax machines, and more. By mid-August the number of classified emails traveling around on her numerous devices and hanging out on her private server had risen to over 60. Now that number is over 200 and a staffer, who may or may not have had top secret clearance, was hired to run her private server. He’s the one pleading the 5th in hopes of not landing under the Hillary Scooby Van.

Hillary Scooby Van

Well….Hillary decided to offer yet another slew of explanations and excuses for all this email boondoggle.


She sat down to an interview with her pal, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell:

Did you catch that? Rather than trying to be defensive, she’s contrite or something.

“At the end of the day, I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions,” Clinton said of her email server after being pressed by Mitchell on whether she should apologize for the controversy that has dogged her campaign from the outset. “And I take responsibility and it wasn’t the best choice.”

Here’s a valid question:

“I was not thinking a lot when I got in.” Oh. My. Wow. Her insistence that she takes classified material super seriously, now that emails are being made public, is laughable. Ron Fournier and Rand Simberg provide two reasons why:

Agreed. BTW: in light of that “thinking” line of hers, Stephen Miller raised some serious points in his September 4 NRO column. Given all that the United States faces today, shouldn’t we be questioning Hillary’s competence and ability to function on both a personal and professional level? Her emails show a startling and very disturbing inability to manage even the basics of life by herself. She needs a close circle of aides around her to handle the most simple of tasks including drinks, menu planning, scheduling, fax machines, food, and navigating a TV.

The Washington Free Beacon has repeatedly raised concerns about Hillary’s inability to remember basic details such as names, dates, and meetings. Now these are normal occurrences for senior citizens and nothing to be ashamed of, but combined with Hillary’s medical history of strokes and concussions (one of which, according to her husband, took almost six months to recover from and was serious enough to prevent her from testifying in front of a House committee), we have reason to be uneasy. Questions must be answered before we entrust the most stressful job on the planet to someone who, by all appearances, can barely walk from one side of a room to the other without outside assistance.

Paul, as much as you’d like to make Hillary’s email kerfuffle vanish into thin air, it can’t and it shouldn’t. I and many others do want to know what’s in those emails, and we DO want to know what classified information concerning Benghazi, Syria, Israel, Russia, and our many allies is now in the wrong hands. Finally, based upon what we are reading in those emails, her lack of competence and inability to function raises some serious questions about her fitness for the highest office in the land. So yes, Paul, her emails matter.

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  • Jodi G. says:

    “At the end of the day, I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions,” Clinton said…”

    Translation: I’m sorry the American people are too stupid to comprehend my brilliance.

    • Gail says:

      NO KIDDING!!! She is blaming us citizens for not getting why she did something so sneaky & underhanded. She is blaming us that believe in being honest, don’t understand her! Well, to her I say, “DUMB 8ITCH!!! Some of us were raised to be honest & truthful!”
      She would know those 2 things if they walked up & cr@pped in her shoes or puked on her (sarcasm emphasis here) amazing pantsuits!! She has lied, cheated & manipulated for so long she knows nothing different!!!

      And her claim that she “didn’t think” because she was “so busy” when she took the position of Sec. of State. Do we really want someone who “doesn’t think” when things get crazy/hectic or in moments of emergencies? Don’t think so!! Cause instead of dropping a bomb on the enemy she’d probably drop it on Nebraska or something!!


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