Yeah right! The emails she does want them to see, are the edited ones her staffers handed over to the Department of State.
“I want the public to see my email, ” she wrote in the Tweet. “I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.”
Obviously the best way to ensure that a public official’s emails are seen by the public is to hide them on a privately managed server.
Anyway, it’s nice, I suppose, that Clinton asked State to review and release her emails, but it’s also totally beside the point. The problem is that the Department of State didn’t have all of her emails to begin with.
Instead, according to The New York Times, trusted Clinton aides recently reviewed her emails and turned over some 55,000 pages of them to the Department of State. So, at very best, Clinton is asking State to turn over emails that her staffers have already weeded through and marked as potentially acceptable for public consumption.
Read more: reason.com