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Hillary’s Lies, from ‘Meet the Press’

Hillary’s appearance on Meet the Press this past Sunday did us all a huge favor, compressing some six months of lies, dodges and fumbles into a neat package. Here’s what she said, with of course some commentary:

— On the personal email address: “I did it for convenience and it turned out not to be that at all. From my perspective, we have a very thorough review process that we conducted.”

Question not asked: So what was the convenient part? In March you said it was so you did not have to carry multiple devices, but almost immediately photos emerged showing you did. So what part was supposed to be convenient?

–On the discrepancy in when she began using the account: “There was a transition period. You know, I wasn’t that focused on my email account, to be clear here.”

Question not asked: the first emails you gave to State off your personal server begin in March, months after you took office. What account(s) did you use in the interim, and where are those messages required by law as Federal records archived?

–On the server at her Chappaqua house: “It was already there. It had been there for years. It is the system that my husband’s personal office used when he got out of the White House. And so it was sitting there in the basement. It was not any trouble at all. I added my account to it. It apparently took a little time to do that. I can’t control the technical aspects of it. I’m not by any means a technical expert. I relied on people who were.”

Question not asked: Hmmm, sounds like somebody on the tech side better be ready to be thrown under the bus. And how long does it take to add a new account? Usually about five minutes.

–On the notion that she was trying to make her emails harder to get through congressional subpoenas and Freedom of Information requests: “It’s totally ridiculous. That never crossed my mind.”

Question not asked: Oh, b*llshit, Hillary.

–On the unfolding story: “It is like a drip-drip-drip. And that’s why I said, there’s only so much that I can control.”

Question not asked: But isn’t it drip-drip because you did not speak straight in March, and because you continue to give explanations and excuses in a drip-drip fashion, and because you created this whole mess yourself by using the private server in the first place?

–On what was turned over: “All I can tell you is that when my attorneys conducted this exhaustive process, I did not participate. I didn’t look at them. I wanted them to be as clear in their process as possible. I didn’t want to be looking over their shoulder. If they thought it was work-related, it would go to the State Department.

“So when that process finished, you know, my attorney said, ‘Well, what do you want us to do with all these personal emails?’ I said, ‘Well, I don’t need to keep them. I don’t need them or want them.’ So they then talked to the IT server, the technical people who were responsible for maintaining them and said, ‘You know, we don’t need them anymore.’ That’s the limit of my knowledge. And I know I was a little sarcastic in one exchange with the press. For which I, you know: ‘I’m sorry, guys.’ But, you know, I’m not a technical expert. I just said, ‘I don’t need them.’ Whatever happened to them happened to them. And I’m, you know, very sure that my attorneys did the most meticulous job that could’ve been done.”

Question not asked: Hmmm, sounds like somebody on the lawyer side better be ready to be thrown under the bus, because these comments suggest Hillary wants her name kept off the indictment papers. Very presidential.