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Busted: Somebody Caught Not Turning Over All Hillary’s Work Emails

Somebody is in big trouble for not turning over all of Hillary’s work-related emails, specifically those relating to her blood-lust advocacy inside the Obama administration for the clumsy U.S. attacks on Libya in 2011.

Chairman Trey Gowdy of the House Select Committee on Benghazi is accusing Hillary Clinton of not turning over all her work-related emails. At the same time, he’s also hedging his bets, co-accusing the State Department of perhaps not turning over some of Hillary’s emails to him that Hillary had turned over to the State Department.

This all came about only after Gowdy’s committee issued document requests to Sidney Blumenthal, who was recently deposed by the committee after it was discovered nearly half of Secretary Clinton’s public record regarding Libya and Benghazi pertains to emails from Sidney Blumenthal.

Blumenthal is a long-time Clinton operative whose close business ties to Libya rendered him too self-involved to have been hired by Hillary to work in her State Department (the decision he could not be hired was made by the White House, not Hillary.) Never one to be stopped by mere concerns over propriety, Blumenthal spent four years working for the Clinton Foundation and “informally” advising Hillary on Libyan issues via her private email account.

“The Select Committee on Benghazi today released emails it uncovered to and from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that should have been, but were not, turned over in response to committee requests. The emails came to light as part of a document request to Sidney Blumenthal, who was recently deposed by the committee after it was discovered nearly half of Secretary Clinton’s public record regarding Libya and Benghazi pertains to emails from Sidney Blumenthal,” reads a press release from the House committee.

Chairman Trey Gowdy requested the State Department provide the House their copies of these emails by the end of the day, if they have them.

“Once again the Benghazi Committee uncovers information that should already be part of the public record but was not made available to the American people or congressional investigators,” said Gowdy, R-S.C. “These emails should have been part of the public record when Secretary Clinton left office and at a bare minimum included when the State Department released Clinton’s self-selected records on Libya. For that reason, the committee has made the decision to release the latest set of Clinton’s public records unearthed by the committee.”