It’s getting harder for the liberal media to minimize the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal. With new revelations weekly, criminal investigation being launched, pressure on NY Times to alter a headline, and numerous other examples of Clinton corruption, it’s getting harder for even the most devout liberal pundits to put a positive spin on Mrs. Clintons use of a private email server. According to The Blaze:
“Look, you have two inspectors general, and they are referring this to the Justice Department. Now, you can try to confuse and there’s been a lot of misdirection, there’s been inaccurate reporting,” she said. “What they are suggesting is that there were classified — four out of the forty randomly selected [emails] had classified information.”
“And it was not information that was later upgraded to be classified,” she added. “This gets very confusing, and it can be confused further by statements on all sides. That said, the original sin, if you will, is having a private e-mail system.”
Mitchell went on to explain that she was unable to get an explanation from any intelligence officials at a security conference as to why a cabinet secretary would have a private email system “other than to thwart inquiries.”
You can watch the exchange on MSNBC here:
Let’s face it, Mrs. Clinton doesn’t have her husbands panache in altering the truth. While he is no doubt helping out behind the scenes, it’s difficult to justify a private email server when the only likely explanation for using one is to avoid the very accountability and forced transparency that is happening now.
What do you think? Are the liberal pundits struggling to explain Mrs. Clinton’s actions? Leave a comment with your thoughts below.