Former Bill Clinton political guru consultant James Carville has said that he thinks Hillary Clinton used a private email server specifically to try to avoid Congressional oversight.
Yeah, that link is from a wingnut site, but, the video right here:
Is mainstream media, as the ABC logo shows.
And, calling that "reasonable," even if Louie Gohmert (or the unmentioned Darrell Issa) is the Congressional snooper, doesn't fly.
Using separate email accounts, and on separate "devices" as necessary, since she's already said she does that, would be "reasonable."
And, that's where Media Matters and its latest "refudiation" will fall short.
It's Old Clinton vs. New Clinton, just like with Tricky Dick!
Oh, and James? Your use of pi as an illustrator was a nice try, but ... wrong! There's more than 0.00009 left of stink. Is it less than 3.1415? Sure. But, it's definitely more than 0.00009.
For actual hand-slapping, here’s New Yorker editor David Remnick, from the same program:
“It’s one thing for a politician to be stupid, which Hillary Clinton is not, it’s quite another for a politician to believe that we’re stupid; and that is deflating,” Remnick said on ABC’s This Week. “A lot of people I know, and myself included, are not likely to vote for a conservative Republican come 20 months from now, and a lot of our readers are in that camp and they want Hillary Clinton to be the best Hillary Clinton that she can be in the absence of any competition in the Democratic party.”
Meanwhile, Maureen Dowd, who hates Hillary Clinton so much she must have a secret lesbian crush on her, has decided to pile on. It's Dowd's "best" (scare quotes needed) and worst (no scare quotes needed) all in one package.
Meanwhile, in a much better opinion piece, the New York Observer's Lincoln Mitchell wonders if Rahm Emanuel's struggles in Chicago might have a message for Clinton.