Hacker To Distribute Confidential Hillary Clinton Emails On Benghazi

What’s in them? We don’t know yet. Will they be big? That remains to be seen, but why bother if they are tepid and meaningless?

(The Smoking Gun) Armed with confidential memos to Hillary Clinton that were stolen from the e-mail account of a former White House aide, a hacker has distributed some of the documents to a wide array of congressional aides, political figures, and journalists worldwide.

In a series of weekend e-mail blasts, the hacker known as “Guccifer” disseminated four recent memos to Clinton from Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime confidant of the former Secretary of State. (snip)

Most of the e-mail recipients were sent four separate memos that were e-mailed to Clinton by Blumenthal during the past five months. Each memo dealt with assorted developments in Libya, including the September 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi. One memo marked “Confidential” was sent to Clinton on September 12.

Now, according to this these are emails sent to Clinton, no mention of responses. And if they’re from the time period after the attack, what could they show? Perhaps the willingness to stonewall and obfuscate. Color me a bit skeptical. But, then, why bother if they are meaningless?

Of course, Liberals will say this is no big deal, because having our consulate attacked, burned, have Islamist flags raised above it, and 4 Americans killed, including our Ambassador, is much ado over nothing to them.

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