VIA| It’s Friday night, so naturally it’s a perfect time for a big breakthrough in the email
story scandal. Hillary Clinton’s world – and presidential campaign – should be coming to a crashing halt in the near future, but that’s assuming the FBI and House Select Committee on Benghazi does their jobs.
State Department officials on Friday handed over 1,100 pages of documents demanded by the the House Select Committee on Benghazi, two years after congressional investigators requested them.
“It is deplorable that it took over a year for these records to be produced to our committee, and that our Democrat colleagues never lifted a finger to help us get them,” committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., said Friday evening. “Shame on them and everyone else who has demanded this committee to give up before gathering all of the facts.”
The disclosures include emails from Hillary Clinton’s inner circle at the State Department, including confidante Huma Abedin, then-chief of staff Cheryl Mills, Jake Sullivan, one of her top foreign policy advisers, and Assistant Secretary of State Patrick Kennedy.
Gowdy first asked for the documents in November of 2014, then subpoenaed them in March 2015. They include “work-related emails includes work-related emails from the personal email accounts” of Mills, Sullivan and Abedin. The State Department has had the documents in its possession since last summer.
A couple of hearings have already been held in which Clinton sat before the committee, but nothing seemed to have come from them.
The longer Clinton campaigns, the more likely the chance she’ll earn the Democrat nomination and stand a fighting chance in the general election.
If she wins, we all lose.
Get it right this time, Congress!