From the “You Just Can’t Make This Stuff Department” comes this story from ABC News. It’s both hilarious and telling. Seriously, you really CANNOT make this stuff up! Really, you can’t!
The latest batch of emails released by the Obama State Department include an email from corrupt Hillary Clinton asking to borrow a book called “Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better,” by David Shipley and Will Schalbe.
Chapters from the book suggest the reason, given the Emailgate scandal, why Hillary may have been interested in the book. Chapter Six, which may turn out to be particularly prophetic, is titled, “The Email That Can Land You in Jail.”
The chapter has a segment entitled “How to Delete Something So It Stays Deleted,” a portion Hillary may have found particularly instructive.
ABC News, which downloaded a $9.99 copy of the book multi-millionaire Hillary Clinton apparently was so “dead broke” that she couldn’t buy her own copy of, reported segments from the chapter that are especially troubling given the escalating Emailgate scandal:
The chapter advised that to truly delete emails may require a special rewriting program “to make sure that it’s not just elsewhere on the drive but has in fact been written over sixteen or twenty times and rendered undefinable.”
But Shipley and Schwalbe warn that deleting emails could lead to future legal troubles.
On page 215, the authors list “Stupid (and Real) Email Phrases That Wound Up in Court.” Number one on the list? “DELETE THIS EMAIL!’ Later, on page 226, the writers warn, “If you’re issued a subpoena, your deletion binge will only make you look guilty.”
Congressman Trey Gowdy recently scoffed at the claim by the Clinton propaganda machine that she “voluntarily” handed over her email server, noting that when the FBI demands something, it’s typically not a choice whether to comply.
Recent polls showing a surge of fringe disheveled socialist Senator Bernie Sanders catching or surpassing Hillary Clinton in key states indicates that the chances of her being elected are, at least at this time, becoming dimmer every day.
h/t: Western Journalism