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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Benghazi Committee wants "transcribed" interview with Hillary over deleted emails

The committee probing the Benghazi attacks of September 11, 2012 has formally requested a face-to-face interview with Hillary on her use of personal email and server for official business while she sort of served as secretary of state. This came after it was learned that the server was "wiped clean" and Hillary figuratively flipped the bird to the committee because she believes she is above the law.

So far, who can blame her?

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) as Committee Chairman, made the request in a formal letter on Tuesday sent to Hillary's lawyer, David-Hide-the-Dirt-Kendall, a request first made on March 16th but had to be repeated for failure of Clinton to give a damn.

The letter asks that Clinton surrender the actual server in order for it to be examined by the State Department's inspector general, a supposed impartial third party. The way the Clintons tend to operate, it would be surprising indeed if this inspector general isn't in Bill's or Hill's pocket.

The letter stated in part: "This committee is left with no alternative but to request Secretary Clinton appear before this committee for a transcribed interview to better  understand decisions the secretary made relevant to the creation, maintenance, retention, and ultimately (sic) deletion of public records."

Hillary admitted she sent or received about 66,000 related emails but turned over about half of them to the State Department while deleting others which she claimed were "personal." 

That decision to delete any of those emails was not her's to make.

Gowdy set a May 1st deadline to comply with the interview and made it clear that he doesn't give a fiddler's fart about personal emails but only those she deleted related to her response as Secretary of State during the Benghazi attack in which 4 Americans, including our Ambassador to Libya, were killed.

Gowdy would like to see Clinton in a "separate interview" about those emails and also stated in the letter: "The committee believes a transcribed interview would best protect Secretary Clinton's privacy, the security of the information queried, and the pubic's interest in ensuring this committee has all information needed to accomplish the task before it."

"I need to ask what she did (with the server) and when she did it. And importantly, why she did it." he told Greta Van Susteren on Fox News' "On the Record."

Hillary has yet to announce her candidacy for president and hopefully she will not in light of her history and lack of intelligence, ethics, and honesty.