Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

After Saying She Turned Them All Over, More Hillary Emails Found

It’s almost as if we can’t trust what she says anymore.

In August, Clinton submitted a sworn statement to a U.S. District Court saying she had directed all her work emails to be provided to the State Department. “On information and belief, this has been done,” she said.

That’s pretty definate.

And then earlier this week, during an interview with CBS’s Face the Nation, Clinton said again she had provided all of the work emails she had sent from her private account during her time as secretary of state.

But that is not what happened.

Just a day ago the Obama administration then discovered a chain of emails that Hillary failed to turn over when she provided what she said was the full record of work-related correspondence as secretary of state. The messages were exchanged with General David Petraeus when he led the military’s U.S. Central Command, responsible for running the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. They began before Clinton entered office and continued into her first days at the State Department.

While everyone breathed a sigh of relief that the newly-uncovered messages don’t appear to deal with highly classified material, their mere existence calls bullsh*t on Clinton’s claim that she has handed over the entirety of her work emails from the account.

The new emails also point to another Clinton lie. The State Department’s record of Clinton emails begins on March 18, 2009 — almost two months after she entered office. Before then, Clinton has said she used an old email account, the contents of which she somehow no longer can access.

The Petraeus emails challenge that claim. They start on January 10, 2009, with Clinton using the older email account. But by January 28 — a week after her swearing in — she switched to using the private email address on a homebrew server that she would rely on for the rest of her tenure.