Email Dump: Hillary Looked Fabulous During Benghazi Hearing

Yet another email dump of Hillary’s emails highlights a few ugly things

(Fox News) As the number of classified Hillary Clinton emails grew to nearly 1,000, they also reveal how freely she and her staff shared information on the Benghazi attacks including confirming the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens – and even celebrating her controversial hearing appearance where she asked, “what difference, at this point, does it make” what led to the attacks.

The batch contained 328 emails deemed to have classified information. According to the State Department, that brings the total number with classified information to 999.

That alone drew outrage from Republicans, with the RNC saying the sheer number of emails with classified material “underscores the degree to which Hillary Clinton jeopardized our national security and has tried to mislead the American people.”

Obeying national security laws is for the little people. Hey, and weren’t we told that she never discussed national security issues, just yoga and wedding stuff?

During and after the hearing, aides forwarded Clinton congratulatory messages.

“I’m being flooded with emails about how you rocked,” deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin wrote. “And you looked fabulous.” One supporter wrote a message with the subject line: “twitterverse abuzz with Hillary-kvelling,” using the Yiddish word for gushing praise.

That was the hearing which she infamously stated “what difference, at this point, does it make?”, in regards to the murder of 4 Americans by Islamists on September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, an area which had become increasingly dangerous from Islamic radicals thanks to taking out Qaddafi and leaving Libya in turmoil by her and the Obama administration. But, hey, she looked fabulous! Unlike the blood stained walls in Libya.

Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods were unavailable for comment

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