|Yes, she did it. What are you gonna do about it?|
Judicial Watch, the activist group that has filed endless FOIA requests about Hillary Clinton, is still hot on the trail, the years-old trail, of Secretary Clinton's use of a personal email server for all of her official business communications, which, obviously, she did for the purpose of evading FOIA and possible public disclosure of her messages.
Judical Watch's masthead says "because no one is above the law!," but you might think they'd know better by now. She got away with it. Don't try this at home. Too big to jail. Different spanks for different ranks. Terms and conditions apply to that bromide about "the law."
But no, on May 9, 2019, Judicial Watch got the retired Assistant Secretary for Diplomatic Security during Hillary's tenure in office, Eric Boswell, under deposition. It went like this:
Q Okay. Do you know if any of your employees -- any of your immediate staff used personal email to conduct government business?
A I don't know.
Q Did you ever have to deal with that issue during your tenure?
A Yes. The Bureau of Diplomatic Security more than once I think issued reminders to people not to do that.
Q Did you ever --
A In fact, I think the Secretary of State sent one, at least one, Department notice about -- warning people about doing that.
Wow, you caught her, Judicial Watch! She's a total hypocrite. Now what?
Now nothing, except putting the deposition on your website while the rest of us go about our business back here in the year 2019.