Well, that ragin cagin James Carville from New Orleans who also speaks Quapaw with the Clinton’s revealed last weekend what the latest Hillary Clinton email scandal was all about and it wasn’t as complicated as most people think, despite James’ facial contortions.
Appearing on ABC’s Sunday talk show This Week, he said “At the end of the day, the Republicans can’t pass a budget, we have another investigation,” Carville said. “Just like we had the Whitewater. Just like you go through File-gate. You go through Travel-gate,”
Yup, but he forgot to mention Gap-gate, those 30,000 private emails Hillary did not disclose, but destroyed, while using her own email system and server while Secretary of State, failing to follow the rules, regulations, government recommendations and possibly the laws in the way in which she handled classified information. But that’s okay they were reviewed by her presidential campaign staff to determine what was private or might have been State Department business.
I mean after all, ‘what difference does it make,’ Carville went on to say the public isn’t really following this story because they know that what Hillary did was legal, and don’t want to see numerous Congressional committees launching new investigations into Hillary, according to Carville.
And here is how this Democratic political adviser outed his buddies, “I suspect she didn’t want Louie Gohmert (referring to Republican Congressman Gohmert of Texas) rifling through her emails,” Carville said, adding,”Which seems to me to be a kind of reasonable position for someone to take.”
I guess so if you are former Secretary of State and wanted to cover-up the Benghazi-gate fiasco.
Carville continued, “It amounts to, just like everything else before it, it amounts to nothing but a bunch of people flapping their jaws about nothing.”
But it could be a motive for a cover-up.
The media has been pressing Hillary about the documents she signed or didn’t sign when she entered the office of Secretary of State and departed same, which she has dodged by waving Hi, another way of saying no comment.
The AP questioned State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki on three previous occasions, about these forms and whether Clinton signed them and today finally got an answer.
In the answer I found Psaki speaks Quapaw too. She said, “There is no record that Secretary Clinton signed a separation form.” When pressed further she said, “I found no access to a form . . . she did not sign . . . looking into record . . . no penalty for not signing . . . wouldn’t characterize it as a violation of any rule . . . three secretaries before Clinton didn’t sign form . . . there’s a difference between regulations and recommendations . . . as far as I’m concerned, case closed.”
The Federal Departure Form exists for a reason. This reason is fully explained in the National Review article: “Did Hillary Clinton Commit a Crime” which can be found here.