POLITICAL: The dog that didn’t bark


The Strange Gaps in Hillary Clinton’s Email Traffic
An analysis of the released emails raises questions about whether Clinton deleted a number of work-related emails—and if she did, why.
By Peter Schweizer
July 06, 2016

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The media has spent a lot of time parsing through the Clinton emails that already have been released—compiling lists, looking for specific names or discussion of particular issues. But they ought to pay more attention to the holes. Bob Woodward has declared that Hillary Clinton’s email scandal “reminds me of the Nixon tapes.” He’s right. In that case and here, it’s not what’s in the record that’s most troubling. It’s what’s not there.

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Traffic analysis is a cryptographer’s tool.

In this case, it’s the gaps that indict the Clinton team. Clearly, there are deleted emails. 

What they say is anyone’s guess.

BUT we can be assured they are significant.

Maybe Trump’s right and the Russians could help find them!


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