Lying to the FBI? I wouldn’t recommend it as a career choice. Huma, you feel me?
…new information that the FBI found State Department-related email on her home laptop also calls into question whether Abedin in fact turned over all of the devices she used to send and receive email while working at State.
On June 28, 2016, Abedin said under oath in a sworn deposition that she looked for all devices that she thought contained government work on them so the records could be given to the State Department…
…Abedin was asked whether she supplied her login, password and other credentials to her “Clintonmail.com” account so that her attorneys could eyeball “all of the emails that were on that account” Abedin said she had… Pressed how she was sure, Abedin said, “I cannot answer that question.”
…Abedin helped set up a private email address for Clinton at the start of her tenure as Secretary of State, according to State Department emails. In one email, Clinton wrote Abedin on Nov. 12, 2010: “…I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”
Asked if she had any concerns about her boss’s use of a secret, bathroom email server for official, State Department business, Huma offered a uniquely hilarious response:
“I assumed it was allowed. It didn’t occur to us.”
Right. And I assume driving 160 on a highway posted with a speed limit of 70 is also allowed. Because it didn’t occur to me.
Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.