Hillary email exchange discussed plan to thwart ‘Jewish leadership’

Hillary email exchange discussed plan to thwart ‘Jewish leadership’

[Ed. – Aside from all else, Hillary has just been around too long. Practically everything you hear from (or to) her in these old emails evokes hoary hark-backs: George Mitchell, for crying out loud, and the piously affirmed supercompetence of James Baker (whose big moment had come and gone nearly 20 years before, and who was nearing 80 at the time).  Was this really only 10 years ago?  This exchange involved a Sidney Blumenthal classic from January 2009, a few days into the Obama administration.]

[Judicial Watch] has also drawn attention to a few notable email exchanges, including one lengthy memo from Sid Blumenthal to Clinton warning about an effort “coordinated by Jewish institutional leaders” designed to undermine an Obama appointment and laying out a plan to thwart that alleged effort. …

In the memo, titled “Good Cop, Bad Cop” and sent on January 29, 2009, Blumenthal proposed a plan to Clinton designed to counter an alleged “attack” by U.S. “Jewish leadership” on President Obama’s appointment of fomer Sen. George Mitchell as Special Envoy to the Middle East. “The same sources that informed me during the campaign that Sarah Palin had been invited to the Israel rally that you were scheduled to address without telling you are now saying that the attack last week by Abe Foxman of ADL on the appointment of George Mitchell as Special Envoy to the Middle East was coordinated by Jewish institutional leaders and carefully scripted,” Blumenthal wrote.

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