This email shows that it was top priority for Team Hildabeast to take Trey Gowdy down. He was turning up the heat on Benghazi. Hillary wanted to run for president. She knew she had broken some serious laws. Check out what she wanted to do.
From Western Journalism:
So when Republican congressional investigators were hunting down the truth about the Benghazi terrorist attacks that killed four Americans in 2012, the staff loyal to the woman whose unfettered ambition might carry them all the way to the White House had to strike.
And for Hillary’s minions, no target was more tempting — or more timely — than Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
According to an email uncovered by the Daily Caller that was part of a trove of hacked documents published by the WikiLeaks site, Clinton’s aides had been instructed to find some way to discredit the South Carolina congressman in public – especially before he used a Sunday morning news show last year to launch a blistering series of attacks that turned out to be right on the money.
In an email apparently written at Clinton’s behest, communications director Jennifer Palmieri sought ideas from Clinton’s inner circle on how best to try to undermine Gowdy before he appeared on “Face the Nation” in June, 2015, to discuss the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation of the former secretary of state.
Dated June 27, 2015, the list of Palmieri’s recipients reads like a who’s who of the Clinton email scandal, including campaign chairman John Podesta, Clinton chief of staff Cheryl Mills, and spokesman Brian Fallon.
Gowdy’s appearance on Face the Nation at that time, did not disappoint. It turned out, Hillary did indeed have a lot to fear from the man. The congressman known as “the bulldog” for his dogged, tenacious sinking of teeth into an investigation and not letting go, summarized the committee’s findings at the time that were devastating to Clinton’s case. Those same findings would rise to the surface again under the FBI’s investigation of her email scandal.
On Face the Nation, Gowdy summed it up:
She said that the public record was complete. You will remember in her single press conference she said that she had turned over everything related to work to the Department of State. We know that that is false.
She said the e-mails from Sidney Blumenthal were unsolicited. We know that that was false. So, so far, she also said that she had a single device for convenience. We now know that she had more than a single device. So every explanation she’s offered so far is demonstrably false.