Hillary Clinton ended her 37-day boycott of the press today when she spent a few minutes claiming she wants her emails released by the State Department ASAP.
But here’s the thing: the only reason that there’s been such a long delay is that Hillary deliberately delivered the 550,000 emails in hard copies, instead of in electronic files.
Why does that make a difference?
Because that meant every single one of the 550,000 pages has to be manually scanned. And, to make it even harder, Hillary made sure that some of the documents were copies on both sides. That took 5 weeks of 12 people working full time to complete.
And Hillary knew that would create just one more obstacle and cause an enormous delay.
She also knew that the paper files couldn’t be searched like electronic files. And she didn’t want to make it easy to connect the dots.
So her fervent wish for the release of the documents is as phone as her claims that she did nothing wrong when she set up her home-brew server and use it for her official State Department documents.
She thinks we are all stupid and that we don’t get it. But we do: Hillary set up her home server to circumvent the Freedom of Information Act, she did just that, and once caught, she wiped her server clean and got rid of everything she didn’t want us to see.
We get it Hillary.