BREAKING: Hacked Hillary Emails Reveal the Shocking Thing She Was Doing in Libya [PHOTO]
The revelation comes from the hacked email account of Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime friend of the Clinton family.
The emails detail the deteriorating situation in Libya at the time. There was also an in-depth conversation between Blumenthal and a close Clinton aide about positioning American troops at the Libyan-Tunisian border during the most violent periods of civil unrest in Libya.
In case you were wondering, there’s no news on whether the emails were amongst the ones turned over to the House Select Committee on Benghazi. However, if you even have to ask, you probably already know the answer to that question.
It’s also not clear from the email who directed Blumenthal to undertake the intelligence-gathering efforts, but, again — you can probably guess.
There are scores of presidential campaigns in the past that have been derailed by relatively minor things. For instance, Edmund Muskie crying in 1972, Joe Biden’s plagiarized speech in 1988, or George Romney commenting off the cuff how he’d been “brainwashed” back in 1968.
To this reporter, it’s simply inconceivable that, after all of Hillary’s misadventures on the shores of Tripoli, she’s still considered a viable contender in 2016.
Apparently, it isn’t enough that she ran an unapproved war on behalf of violent extremist groups in Libya. It isn’t enough that she refused to allow Gaddafi to peacefully abdicate his position or to even talk to him. It isn’t enough that she tried to blame the Benghazi attack on a shoddy YouTube video as opposed to taking responsibility for the situation she helped create. It isn’t enough that she tried to cover all this up by using a private email server to conduct government business.
Now comes the revelation that she was, more or less, running an ad hoc, off-the-books spy network in North Africa, and I’m going to guess that still isn’t enough for the media to demand answers.
What does this woman have to do to finally be held to account? Knock over a bank?