On March 4, 2015 Hillary gave a press conference. One that was specifically designed to answer the burgeoning questions regarding that pesky email/server issue of hers.
It was an interesting attempt to defuse the situation and make it go away. As noted with the reax to that press conference, using two devices was inconvenient and it was just so much easier to have a personal account instead!
Hillary maintains her private servers will remain private. Public info on a private server.. what could go wrong? #HillaryEmail
— Prepper Frog (@TueborFrog) March 10, 2015
For Hillary and crew, quite a bit as a matter of fact. As has been discovered in the months since then, Hillary had multiple email accounts, multiple servers, and went through cell phones like a kid with free rein in a candy store. But that’s ok…Hillary and her team spent lots of time crafting ways to spin the issue. Specifically, Hillary sat down with best pal Andrea Mitchell and floated the idea that this was just a “security review.”
How inconvenient that the Queen has to answer to the minions.
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) September 7, 2015
You know, I wonder where that spin came from? Well lookie here! Guess what showed up in one of the latest batch of emails! An email from David Kendall to Podesta, Mills, Palmieri, and others discussing the “Gotcha” problem and deciding that spin needs to be “security inquiry.”
That narrative worked so well it was abandoned within days of Hillary’s softball interview with Andrea Mitchell. Referring back to Prepper Frog’s tweet above, what else could go wrong for the Hillary camp?
Remember that time when FBI Director James Comey informed Congress that Cheryl Mills wouldn’t face criminal charges regarding Hillary’s emails and server problem and half the country…