Obama Is Hopelessly Stuck In Hillary's Web Of Lies

Obama is lying....pure and simple...to save his own skin. Pass this on. It's lengthy but worth the read.

I'm reading "Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary" by Edward Klein and wanted to share this quote with you.

"The White House explicitly warned Hillary early on in her tenure that using her private e-mail account for government business was problematic and possibly illegal,” said a source who discussed the e-mail controversy with Valerie Jarrett.

“People in the White House knew what Hillary was doing, because they saw her e-mails daily. Including the President. But she ignored their warnings.

“When the New York Times broke the story about Hillary’s e-mails, the Obamas were very happy,” this source continued. “Gleeful really. As far as they’re concerned, Hillary and Bill brought this on themselves through sheer hubris.

Valerie told me, ‘The Clintons act like they’re living in another century where everybody turns a blind eye. But they don’t anymore.’” Indeed, the story of Hillary’s use of a private e-mail server did not come as a surprise to those who had followed her history of subterfuge and deception.

The story revived memories of past Clinton cover-ups: Whitewater, Chinagate, Travelgate, Hillary’s lost billing records, the Vince Foster mystery, Filegate, Bill’s perjury during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Pardongate, the looting of White House furniture.

It exhumed the old storyline about Hillary’s lack of honesty and trustworthiness and raised fresh doubts among prospective voters and deep-pocketed liberal donors, who wondered if they were backing the wrong horse in 2016.

It kindled the hopes of Hillary’s potential Democratic rivals—Martin O’Malley, Joe Biden, Lincoln Chafee, Jim Webb, Bernie Sanders, and perhaps even the darkest of dark horses—Bill de Blasio and John Kerry. And it gave fresh insight into the blood feud—both personal and political—between the Clintons and the Obamas.

When Valerie Jarrett was asked by a Bloomberg reporter if Obama had received e-mails from Hillary, she left Hillary to twist in the wind. “That I don’t know,” she said. “I do know, obviously that President Obama has a very firm policy that emails should be kept on government systems. He believes in transparency."

Jarrett was not being truthful about what President Obama knew and when he knew it. Back in 2012, a few months before the end of Hillary’s term as secretary of state, Jarrett had summoned her to the White House to read her the riot act on a whole range of issues that the president found vexing—the Clinton Foundation’s acceptance of foreign donations, Hillary’s use of a private e-mail server, and Hillary’s relationship with Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime Clinton fixer and undercover agent.

According to Jarrett’s later recollection, which she shared with a close associate, she told Hillary that Obama considered Blumenthal to be a “thug.”During the 2008 primary campaign, Blumenthal leaked malicious stories to the press that accused Obama of being a drug-using Marxist, with a hidden sex life.

As a result, the victorious incoming Obama administration had barred Blumenthal from working for Hillary in the State Department.

Now, Jarrett said, pacing the floor of her office and lecturing Hillary as though she were a schoolgirl, it had come to the president’s attention that Hillary had ignored his directive and was in frequent contact with Blumenthal. That was unacceptable. Hillary had to cut off all communications with Blumenthal immediately.

Hillary sat stock still, staring out the window and not saying anything. Jarrett then moved on to the next subject—Hillary’s use of a private e-mail account. This was not the first time the issue had come up, Jarrett reminded Hillary. Four years ago, when Hillary first arrived at the State Department, she had been specifically warned about the security ramifications of using a private e-mail account.

At the time, Jarrett went on, Hillary had given her word that she would end the use of private e-mails and instead use the authorized government account. And yet, just the other day, the president had received an e-mail from Hillary’s private account.

He was furious and wanted to know why his orders had been ignored. According to Jarrett’s account of the meeting, Hillary acted bemused but made no excuses and didn’t apologize.

Jarrett then raised the issue of foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation. Here was an example, she said, of something Hillary had explicitly promised in writing not to do, and was doing anyway. Hillary had struck a solemn agreement with the president.

Didn’t she take the president of the United States seriously?
This comment was left by Michael Sardynski at ILoveMyFreedom.org - Read more of Michael Sardynski's comments at https://www.facebook.com/michael.sardynski
Read the I Love My Freedom article http://www.ilovemyfreedom.org/wikileaks-one-day-hillary-told-withhold-documents-lawyer-got-email/

Comment Category Tags