Sarah Palin – Hillary Clinton Should Face Same Tough Email Questions I Did
In 2011, three full years after the 2008 election was over, Sarah Palin’s emails from her time as governor of Alaska were made public. The liberal media sent airplanes full of reporters to Alaska to scour Palin’s emails.
The New York Times and the Washington Post encouraged their readers to help them crowdsource the emails. Ultimately, they came up with nothing but it wasn’t for lack of trying.
In a new column for FOX News, Sarah Palin addresses Hillary Clinton’s very real email scandal…
Gov. Palin: I faced tough questions over email, so should Hillary Clinton
The latest Obama administration scandal involving Hillary Clinton’s emails has many Americans discussing private email accounts used by government officials, and clarification is in order.
It’s appropriate and proper for a politician to use private email for personal and campaign business. This is what I did as governor of Alaska in order to be in compliance with the law, which requires that personal or campaign business not be conducted using public resources such as a government email account. There is a firm line separating the two.
However, that’s not what we see with this Clinton email scandal…
Sarah Palin is exactly right.
If the media doesn’t rise to the occasion, they will only confirm the bias so many Americans already perceive.