The way Hillary delivered 55,000 pages of emails is a huge MIDDLE FINGER to the American people

Conservative James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal noted a very important detail of how Hillary delivered those 55,000 pages of emails to the State Department a full two years after having left the office of Secretary.

From Taranto:

It turns out the reference is to literal physical pages. From Friday’s Times: “Finally, in December, dozens of boxes filled with 50,000 pages of printed emails from Mrs. Clinton’s personal account were delivered to the State Department.”

Why did Mrs. Clinton have her staff go through the trouble of printing out, boxing and shipping 50,000 or 55,000 pages instead of just sending a copy of the electronic record? One can only speculate, but there is an obvious advantage: Printed files are less informative and far harder to search than the electronic originals.
So Hillary’s manner of delivering the emails is really a giant middle finger to the American public – if she actually wanted them to read the emails like she said, she would have made it much easier for the State Department to read them and release them, and for FOIA requests (Freedom of Information Act) to be made.
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