Fun Fact: Hillary and Her Coven Couldn’t Recall 327 Times

“I can’t recall.” This sort of amnesia is one way to avoid ending up like Martha Stewart.

From The New York Post:

Hillary Clinton and her aides were unable to recall details of her secret private email server on 327 occasions, according to an analysis from the Republican National Committee.

The analysis examined transcripts of testimony, depositions and FBI investigation notes of Clinton, chief of staff Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s closest aide Huma Abedin and State Department official Patrick Kennedy.

The astounding 327 number comes from counting up responses to questions from Clinton and her aides that include statements such as “I don’t know” or “I can’t recall” or something of that sort.

“Unsurprisingly, none of Clinton’s aides could recall details around the initial setup of Clinton’s secret server or whether or not Clinton asked for permission to use a private email account for State Department business,” states the RNC in a press release.

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For example, Clinton was unable to tell the FBI the details surrounding the creation of her private email account.

“CLINTON did not recall her specific conversations regarding the creation of clintonemail.com, but around January 2009, directed aides to create the account,” state recently released notes from Clinton’s FBI interview.

And then there’s Cheryl Mills, who even though a key player in the setting up of this outlaw server, and in the coverup, including the March, 2015 obstruction of justice, was allowed to hide behind attorney-client privilege. She was having some problems remembering things, too.

And when former chief of staff Mills, who apparently later served as Clinton’s personal lawyer, was asked whether her boss would use the same email address she was using before she became secretary of state, her memory failed her.

“I don’t have a specific memory of the conversations that may or may not have occurred. I know that I understood she was going to be using her personal email, and that’s what she did,” Mills told the government watchdog group Judicial Watch in a deposition.

And neither Cheryl Mills nor Hillary knows anything about the deliberate digital shredding of emails under subpoena in March, 2015. Or so they say. Are you buying it?

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