Sunday, August 23, 2015

Really, no mention of Scott Walker's Secret Wireless Router?

I seemed to remember...
Walker used a private email system when he was county executive … Walker aides set up a secret wireless router they used to conduct campaign business while on county time. 
But the media spin on Hillary Clinton is brutal.
“Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is trying to turn the tables in the controversy over her handling of classified information on her chief Republican investigator.”
She’s not so much turning the table than pointing out how vacuous the email controversy really is. And yet unmentioned...
Walker used a private email system when he was county executive … Walker aides set up a secret wireless router they used to conduct campaign business while on county time.
Hers was a legal server, with yet unclassified emails:
Their point: South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy and the panel he chairs that is investigating Clinton have dealt similarly with information that was later found to be classified.

"Trey Gowdy treated e-mails in this case the same way Hillary Clinton did, considering them unclassified and storing them on unclassified systems. We don't see what legs Trey Gowdy has to stand on in his criticisms of Secretary Clinton."
And yet where's the badgering...:
Walker used a private email system when he was county executive … Walker aides set up a secret wireless router they used to conduct campaign business while on county time.
But the trumped up email controversy continues....
The Clinton campaign says none of the emails she sent or received on that server were marked classified at the time, and that rules at the time allowed her to use a private account. Some of the information that moved on Clinton's private e-mail account later was determined to warrant a classified designation.  The Friday afternoon defenses highlight a rhetorical problem facing the Clinton campaign. 
Where are the questions? 
Walker used a private email system when he was county executive … Walker aides set up a secret wireless router they used to conduct campaign business while on county time. 

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