The smell in Washington that follows Hillary and Obama around has become unbearable. Day after day fresh scandals are revealed.
When news first broke of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server Obama was asked when he first learned of it? Obama told the New York Times he only learned of it when the media reported on its existence like the rest of us. That led the Times to run this headline: “Obama Says He Didn’t Know Hillary Clinton Was Using Private Email Address.”
Obama then went on national TV to repeat his lies and mischaracterization of the felonies that had been committed by Mrs. Clinton. In the process he implicated himself.
Now we know that Obama was lying because he had been communicating with her through her unauthorized email account. When confronted with this fact Obama first claimed that he had given her permission to do so. Confronted with the stupidity of that comment he immediately backtracked and told Attorney General Loretta Lynch to conduct an investigation that would be intended to go sideways and would exonerate Mrs. Clinton – and by extension the president.
Now we have proof of Obama’s deeper involvement courtesy of an email exchange between high-ranking Clinton operatives Philippe Reines and Jennifer Palmieri that reveals their concern over the false narrative the president had embarked on.
The email chain in question included two of the most powerful Clinton allies, John Podesta and Cheryl Mills and is evidence of collusion between Mrs. Clinton’s staff and the White House.
Reines initiated the chain when he wrote:
“I find it odd that the NYT didn’t actually quote the President saying what’s in their headline. Especially since the story has a disbelieving tone to his not noticing. One of us should connect with the WH just so they know that the email will show his email to not make sense…”
“… They know POTUS and HRC emailed. Josh (WH spokesman Josh Ernest) has been asked about that…and he said something like POTUS likely had better things to do than focus on his Cabinet’s email addresses.
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