If the DOJ had an politically independent set of balls, they'd invade the house in Chappaqua , dig out the remains of the old e-mail servers and put them in the the National archives.Hillary actually send 55,000 (paper) pages of UNSEARCHABLE emails to the state dept.http://t.co/wz4XWzRkl2 @AceofSpadesHQ— Arthur Kimes (@ComradeArthur) March 9, 2015So, Her Majesty blows off common sense and any number of regulations to run her own email server while in office. Her Royal Bluff is called, and she’s all
“I want the public to see my email, ” she wrote in the Tweet. “I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.”What is “soon” on the Regal Timepiece?
What does that mean, 55,000 “pages”? Or maybe you just read it, as the crack fact-check team over at PolitiFact did just last night, as 55,000 emails.Given the Imperial non-command of security, one can only hope that a ream or twa is not mislaid in the process.
It turns out the reference is to literal physical pages. From Friday’s Times: “Finally, in December, dozens of boxes filled with 50,000 pages of printed emails from Mrs. Clinton’s personal account were delivered to the State Department.”
Why did Mrs. Clinton have her staff go through the trouble of printing out, boxing and shipping 50,000 or 55,000 pages instead of just sending a copy of the electronic record? One can only speculate, but there is an obvious advantage: Printed files are less informative and far harder to search than the electronic originals.
As it is, they should scan, OCR and post all those e-mails for crowd-sourced cast offs for evidence. I'd volunteer to do do an hour a day to look for the flecks of shit they forgot to hide.