by Frank Lea | August 9, 2015 3:09 pm
The possible coverup and destruction of emails by Cheryl Mills is very similar to a spouse who was caught cheating.
“Following our production on August 10, 2015 [of the defense counsel’s version of the electronic records], we have instructed her to delete any and all electronic records in her possession.”
There’s a new
cover girl cover-up in town and her name is Cheryl Mills. She’s reportedly refusing court orders to provide information/documentation pertaining to emails that might lead to evidence unraveling a world of criminal activity. This sounds familiar, right Hillary?
When people in government use their own servers and personal email address, does that always signify that they’ve got something to hide? Not entirely. I don’t always use my work email because their software reminds me of the early 90s. Given that most government websites are a hideous organizational mess and a surfing nightmare, I can almost sympathize as to why Hillary Clinton and perhaps Cheryl Mills would rather use their personal accounts. Maybe their program is old like mine.
But almost and maybe are quite the stretch. In government, I believe everything should be documented and a small level of transparency should be provided to the public to create a higher level of trust between citizens and those who rule us.
When the folks in government blatantly disobey court orders and destroy emails, then we lose trust in those who run our country. If a man cheats on his wife with a mistress from a dating website, and the wife asks “let me see the emails you just sent” and he scrambles fast as a fox to “delete all,” then what’s that lead her to believe? What’s there to hide? If the man doesn’t have anything to hide, then he has no problem sharing the information, and thank goodness the amount of erectile dysfunction and enlargement spam has slowed down, because that was embarrassing enough to explain. No, we really did not sign up for that.
As noble as some people may be, disobeying court orders and talks of destroying possible criminal evidence causes me to lose trust in certain people and their cronies. It makes every word you speak much harder to believe.
One does not destroy an inbox worth of messages unless there’s something to hide, and I’m just a little bit curious to see what’s in there.
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