Is this becoming a cage match? Two crones enter, one crone leave …

Valerie Jarrett: WH Issued ‘Guidance’ to Clinton Recommending She Use Official Email

From: freebeacon.com,  by Blake Seitz,  on Sep 30, 2015,  see the article HERE.

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White House Chief of Staff Valerie Jarrett admitted Wednesday that the White House had issued guidance to cabinet secretaries recommending they use government email for official business—guidance that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ultimately ignored.

“Weren’t there guidelines from the White House to all cabinet secretaries to use government email?” MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell asked Jarrett at an event sponsored by the Aspen Institute.

“Well, yes there were. Yeah, absolutely,” Jarrett said.

“Obviously, we want to make sure we preserve all government records, so there was guidance given that government business should be done on government emails and that if you did use a private email it should be turned over,” Jarrett said.

Jarrett then offered a partial defense of Clinton’s behavior.

“She’s working hard to comply with making sure everything is pursuant to the Federal Records Act,” Jarrett said.

Clinton did not turn over emails from her private account until December 2014, two years after her tenure as secretary of state concluded and two months after the State Department sent her a letter asking for her emails.

When Clinton did turn over her emails, she did so at the request of the State Department, not on her own initiative—and only after permanently (or rather, “permanently”) deleting tens of thousands of emails from the private server.

The State Department received 55,000 pages of emails from Clinton. The emails were printed hard copies that were not digitally searchable, a lawyerly move many think was an attempt to stymie investigators and Freedom of Information Act requests.

The Clinton camp maintained control of Clinton’s private server until it was seized by the FBI as part of an ongoing investigation into the classified information on Clinton’s server.

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The plot thickens … 

Remember back in March of 2015 when the White House was accused of leaking the information that Hillary was using her own secret personal server? The New York Post reported that “Vengeful Obama confidante Valeria Jarrett went through back channels to leak Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to the press.” And in July, it was noted that Hillary faces a ‘dangerous enemy’ inside the White House and the email leak was ‘an approved hit’ by Obama admin as well as leaks to the Justice Department. They all appear to have come from Jarrett. 

“Obama and Valerie Jarrett will go to any lengths to prevent Hillary from becoming president,” a source close to the White House stated.

I guess that we can relax. Remember that if the “enemy of my enemy is my friend,” we (the people) finally have something in common with the Obama administration.

Garnet92.

 

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4 Responses to Is this becoming a cage match? Two crones enter, one crone leave …

  1. Kathy says:

    Why would the White House issue guidance for something that would have been a standard protocol in place for years in all departments? And when did they do it? It makes no sense unless you want to get a certain reporter to ask you a certain question so you can throw a bothersome foe under the bus.

    Isn’t it odd that after all these months of Hillary’s email saga, now Jarrett gets asked about it? If you’re going to bet on one of these old crones, go with Jarrett. She’s got the keys to the bus.

  2. Uriel says:

    Garnet. Reminds me of what is happening in the Middle East, lol. Let those guys eliminate each other and their sheeple. Then work to make life better after the last one standing is imprisoned. Nothing is as dangerous as a “cat fight” so I am told. Being female, I know to wait on the sidelines.

  3. Hardnox says:

    Ratface is most certainly behind this. She’s been behind a host of schemes, more than likely all of them since batears can’t speak in complete sentences.