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Media Captivated by Boring Mrs. Clinton

During his radio show, Rush Limbaugh discussed Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. He also noted how many liberals have condemned Clinton for failing to comply with the Federal Records Act and the State Department’s rules by using a personal email account to conduct official business. In addition, he mentioned Judicial Watch’s recent filing of new FOIA requests investigating this scandal. If the State Department does not comply with these FOIA requests, Judicial Watch will file a FOIA lawsuit to obtain documents from Clinton’s private email server. Read more about these FOIA requests here.

Below is a quote from the transcript of the show where Rush Limbaugh mentioned Judicial Watch:

“Mrs. Clinton, if you have nothing to hide, will you turn your servers over to Judicial Watch, whose issued a Freedom of Information Act request for them?”


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