Remember When Republicans Relentlessly Investigated 22M Missing Bush E-Mails?

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September 30, 2016 by Chris Kite

Most of us are smart enough to realize that what Republicans have done with Benghazi and Hillary Clinton’s e-mail servers when she was Secretary of State are nothing but political moves. Some Republicans have been been caught saying that publicly.

But they continue to tell us it is about justice and protecting the country. If that were true, wouldn’t they have been equally, or possibly even more interested in 22 Million e-mails that the Bush Administration “lost.” These were e-mails during the run up to and early days of the Iraq war. You would think Republicans might be interested in learning where we went wrong and how we went wrong. These were e-mails during a period when the Bush Administration ousted covert CIA agent Valerie Plame because her husband prevented evidence that Saddam Hussein and Iraq did not possess weapons of mass destruction. These were e-mails during a period when the Administration was accused of firing US Attorneys for political reasons.

The Republicans are shamefully transparent in their efforts to hurt Hillary Clinton without any interest in “truth,” “justice,” or learning from past mistakes.

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