Last week, the State Department announced that several thousand of Hillary Clinton’s emails originally scheduled to be released today would be delayed slightly due to the snowstorm combined with some internal “oversights.”

As it now turns out, thousands of those emails will not be released before a couple of notable dates this election year:

Probably just a total coincidence though:

The State Department on Friday will release roughly 2,000 pages of Hillary Clinton’s emails, but will delay the final batch of messages until after voters go to the polls in early primary states.

In a court filing late on Thursday evening, the department insisted that it “regrets” its inability to publish the final 7,000 pages on Friday, as a federal court ordered it to do last year.

Court orders must be only for the “little people.”