“Do we actually know who told Hillary she could use a private email? And has that person been drawn and quartered?”
This “email about email” has just been released as part of the new batch of WikiLeaks’ hacked Democratic documents. It was sent by Neera Tanden, a Clinton operative, to John Podesta, Hillary’s campaign manager.
The two had been talking about Tanden’s forthcoming appearance on CNN, ostensibly to talk about a poll comparing Clinton’s popularity to that of Bernie Sanders and others. Both were concerned about Bernie’s rise in popularity.
Getting back to her question about Hillary’s insecure private server, which made top secret information vulnerable to hacking by America’s enemies, Tanden added, “Like the whole ****ing thing is insane.”
So even other Democrats thought Hillary Clinton’s use of a “home brew” email server in somebody’s bathroom was a dumb and dangerous idea, and believed the person or persons responsible should be punished for this breach.
Others clearly thought the arrangement was perfectly reasonable, or it would never have been given the green light.
This email message gives us a glimpse of dissension within the ranks that doesn’t speak well of the Party that wants to run the country.
Meanwhile, journalist Glenn Greenwald, who is no friend of Donald Trump or the Republican Party, points out on Twitter:
It’s been 3 weeks since @WikiLeaks began publishing Podesta emails. Not one doc has been claimed – let alone demonstrated – to be doctored.
And WikiLeaks vows there are more damning emails to come. How can Hillary Clinton still boast of any genuine support among voters after these revelations?
Source: Independent Journal Review