Hillary Clinton’s private emails made unsearchable by new White House regulation

When transparency stops being transparent

WASHINGTON D.C. (INTELLIHUB) — The White House office in charge cataloging and archiving government emails is no longer subject to Freedom of Information Act requests after a new regulation went into effect — meaning that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email fiasco will likely disappear into the abyss altogether.

The move, which get this, ironically came on National Freedom of Information Day, Mar. 15, shows yet another facet of the now highly corrupt U.S. government.

It looks as they all [the Administration] knew what was in Clinton’s emails all along and likely even instructed her to use such a private account to avoid the exposure of details regarding the Benghazi incident and more.

Welcome to Amerika!

Read full text here: Removal of Published Rules to Align Published Policy with Current Sources of Law (PDF)

H/T: tomahawkranger1775

Other Sources:

White House office to delete its FOIA regulations — USA Today

White House Celebrates National Freedom Of Information Day By Making Office Of The Administration Completely UnFOIA-able — Tech Dirt

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