Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

More Questions for Hillary’s Email Guy as Repubs Bore In

I almost (note: almost) feel sorry for the Hillary campaign at this point.

Her attempt to hide everything via a private email server backfired in the most spectacular way, exposing 100% more than it has hid, at least to date. The explanation/apology/excuses/coverups have ensured that the story gets more interesting to the media week-by-week, and the drip drip drip of new emails as the State Department bumbles through marking classifying stuff now that was already classified then keep the Internet busy.

Meanwhile, all those lawyers on the Republican side are just getting warmed up. Looks like good fishin’ weather for the fall in Washington.

You remember Bryan Pagliano, pictured, the guy who ran Hillary’s IT during her spectacular burn-out in the 2008 presidential campaign. After Obama tossed Hillary the payoff of secretary of state, Hillary had Pagliano hired by the State Department into a sweet patronage job. She also had him continue to administer her private server, supposedly paying him on the side for the help.

There are enough questions just there, but now there are more. New queries are afoot, asking whether or not whether the State Department spent taxpayer money to manage the email server.

Pagliano has already refused to provide testimony to Congress, asserting his Fifth Amendment rights.

So now, another approach.

Specifically, the organization Judicial Watch seeks records that will show whether Bryan Pagliano was hired or paid by the State Department in part to maintain the email server used by Clinton and her aides to conduct official State Department business and whether the State Department spent taxpayer money to manage the email server.

They have filed a FOIA request seeking:

— Records concerning the hiring of Pagliano.

— Time sheets, calendars, or similar records of Pagliano.

— Travel records to/from Chappaqua, New York, the Clinton estate, where the server was once located. Such records include, but are not limited to, expense reports, reimbursement forms, and travel logs.

— Pagliano’s records concerning, regarding, or relating to the maintenance of former Secretary Clinton’s email server. Such records include, but are not limited to, expense reports, reimbursement forms, and maintenance logs.

— Records of communications between Pagliano and any official, officer, or employee of the Office of the Secretary concerning former Secretary Clinton’s email server.

The information at issue in this request will shed light on whether the State Department was involved in the operation of Secretary Clinton’s email server.”

Gonna be an interesting few months to come.