Why Only a Few Drops of Water Came from the Rock
In March 2015, Hillary Clinton stated, "Third, after I left office, the State Department asked former secretaries of state for our assistance in providing copies of work-related emails from our personal accounts. I responded right away and provided all my emails that could possibly be work-related, which totaled roughly 55,000 printed pages..."
You can view her speaking over here.
Is all work related emails were turned over, why was this question posed in yesterday's State Department briefing?
QUESTION: And the FBI is going to give them to you, the ones that they found that weren’t turned over, and the question was whether or not you guys are going to release those as you did with the original 55,000.
Other questions posed yesterday included the following:
QUESTION: Are you aware of the lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York against Facebook for $1 billion allegedly for being a Hamas tool? Are you aware of that? Do you have any comment?
When asked about a report from the Hill committee on OneVoice referencing to the consulate general in Jerusalem deleting email that related to this grant, State Department Spokesperosn Mark Toner responded, " Michael Ratney was working, frankly, under State Department’s IT limitations – let me put it that way – with regard to the size of his in-box. And this is something that many of us have grappled with and continue to grapple with. And his deletion of any emails was simply – how do I put it – content-neutral housekeeping."
QUESTION: All right, okay. Then last one on Israel, and that is: I’m wondering if these comments by the guy who’s been named to be the chief rabbi of the IDF – he’s made some pretty controversial comments – have these hit your radar at all? Do you have anything to say about it?