Sometime during the next century someone is going to write a book about what internet slang was like in the early 21st century. When he gets to the term “heh” that writer will point to this particular story.
Early Friday Morning, the State Department released another 2,900 pages of the emails that Hillary Clinton decided were work related. While the vast majority of them still need to be read, one stands out because of its extreme irony, as we see the former secretary of state playing the roll of the tea pot calling the kettle black.
One item in this batch shows that Clinton got an email from a state department staffer and her first reaction is to be surprised that he used his personal email account.
The email date Feb. 27, 2011 (and marked classified) is a response to a detailed account of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi written by John Godfrey that was forwarded to Ms. Clinton. She noticed his personal email address and asked for whom he worked.
“Us,” came the reply from top adviser Jake Sullivan.
This is another example of how Hillary Clinton works, one rule for her and a different rule for us “common folk”
Ms Clinton is presently being investigated by the FBI as she is alleged to have played fast and loose with national security by using her unsecured personal email server for classified state department emails–just like this one where she questions why someone else is using their personal email account.
The email exchanges are embedded below: