The GOP tries to argue hypocrisy when the real hypocrisy is dripping from them
Hillary Clinton's remarks raise new legal questions Mar. 10, 2015 - 4:58 - Judge Andrew Napolitano sounds off
At 25 secs: ex-Judge Napolitano claims that Hillary Clinton is lying. I understand Democrats having reservations because they like to give word of mouth support to transparency as long as it doesn't piss off the GOP, but Republican strategists, such as Napolitano here, should keep their mouth shut cause their whole field is filled with hypocrites along these lines.
The "Judge" even goes so far as to point out that Hillary said she didn't give it (afterall, the whole story is about her emails being on her own server... obviously the State department didn't have it... what sort of reverse logic marketing is this?) but still the ex-Judge insisted that she was lying. That speaks of more than bias.
At 1 minute: ex-Judge Andrew Napolitano starts talking about a law that hadn't started when Hillary became Secretary of State, i.e. John Kerry is the FIRST Secretary of State to work under that "Statute".
If this is such a big problem then we have even bigger cause to subpoena Colin Powell's emails cause of what we now know of the Iraq War.
If this was such a problem we would subpoena all of Jeb Bush's email from when he used his personal email server as Governor, given what we know of the Courts deciding the 2000 election from Florida and NOT by completing a vote count.
Extract: When you email other people or other organizations, they tend to keep those emails. So they are rarely lost. A person in Government tends to know this and act accordingly. Well, GOPers are the exception.
At 2:40: Judge Napolitano makes a big deal about any personal emails that Hillary Clinton may have deleted when the law leaves it up to the Federal Employee (in this case Hillary Clinton) to make that decision.
Really? Is that the question? Does that question only apply to Democrats or to Republicans as well?
If the ex-Judge Napolitano wants a real scandal then he doesn't need to look much farther than his own party's Presidential candidates...
Huckabee Destroyed Records Before leaving Office As Governor Proving He Only Pays Lip Service To Transparency AND Has Something To Hide From His Governorship!
1. Mother Jones:
There's a Mike Huckabee mystery that won't go away.
Send a public records request seeking documents from his 12-year stint as Arkansas governor, as Mother Jones did recently, and an eyebrow-raising reply will come back: The records are unavailable, and the computer hard drives that once contained them were erased and physically destroyed by the Huckabee administration as the governor prepared to leave office and launch a presidential bid.
In 2007, during Huckabee's campaign for the GOP presidential nomination, the issue of the eradicated hard drives surfaced briefly, but it was never fully examined, and key questions remain. Why had Huckabee gone to such great lengths to wipe out his own records? What ever happened to a backup collection that was provided to a Huckabee aide?
2. Huckabee Tries To Gloss Over Arkansas Record - LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Mike Huckabee's presidential rivals are pointing to chinks in his record as Arkansas' governor - from ethics complaints to tax increases to illegal immigration and his support for releasing a rapist who was later convicted of killing a Missouri woman.
The hypocrisy of the GOP is clear. Judge Napolitano is obviously a GOP stooge or lap dog.
Fox Business Highlighted
If the ex-Judge Napolitano want to talk about transparency he should talk about something substantial, like the issues here;
The following daily show video compares and contrasts the difference in which an investigation was handled in the UK as opposed to here in the US... and makes it clear that this was a VERY strange investigation as Bush & Cheney seem to have dictated the rules of the inquiry and didn't even put their replies on the official record!
Accountability in the U.K. - David Cameron Kills it
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