Stage 2 of the Hillary email scandal has been achieved, as yesterday’s “confused old lady who didn’t understand how email works” defense utterly collapsed with the Associated Press’ discovery that Clinton’s mail server was located in her house (her estate in Chappaqua, to be exact — the one she had to settle for because she was “dead broke” after Bill left office) and was registered under the name of a man who does not appear to exist.
To their credit, liberal media figures quickly realized this wasn’t a story that could be waved away with a laugh, some standard Obama Administration pabulum about how much this furtive crew values transparency, and a few whiny stories about how Republicans were known to use private email, too. (ABC News didn’t get the message, so they launched an abortive attempt to protect Hillary by taking a poorly-researched swing at the Gmail address on the business card of Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah, completely missing the point that Hillary routed all of her correspondence through her personal email address, and Chaffetz isn’t subject to the Freedom of Information Act laws that govern the Secretary of State. Five minutes of Google time would have saved these Democrat-operatives-with-bylines a ton of embarrassment.)
Chaffetz also isn’t running a questionably secure secret mail server out of his basement. Yesterday we learned that Hillary registered her off-the-books mail domain on the very day her Senate confirmation hearings began, which is a rather significant clue that she knew exactly what she was doing. This morning the AP brings us more details:
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