Hillary Emails STILL Have A 2-Month Gap
Hillary Clinton took office in January of 2009, yet there are no email records that federal authorities can find that date before March 18, 2009.
This 2 month gap has been known for some time, yet many assumed it was resolved as the feds got involved and more progress was made in discovering her private emails.
This is a very big deal as within those two months were email correspondence with David Patraeus that were found on Defense Department servers. The two spoke about work and other sensitive info.
Do you think Hillary is hiding something huge in that two month gap? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
From the Wall Street Journal:
About two months of emails from the start of Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state are missing, and federal officials haven’t been able to recover them. An archive of records that Mrs. Clinton, the Democratic Party’s 2016 presidential front-runner, turned over to the State Department doesn’t begin until March 18, 2009, though she took office as secretary of state in late January of that year. The missing emails raise more questions about her stewardship of official documents during her tenure and whether there is a complete record of the early diplomatic efforts of President Barack Obama‘s administration.
The potential significance of the missing emails, which Mrs. Clinton’s aides acknowledge and say she no longer can retrieve, came to light last week when a chain of online correspondence between her and former Gen. David Petraeus was found on Defense Department servers. Those messages, which included work-related personnel matters, dated to the period missing from Mrs. Clinton’s records.