Rep. Darrell Issa confirmed via tweet Thursday what was reported in the New York Times on Wednesday — that Hillary Clinton blew off a December 2012 letter from Congressional investigators asking whether she had used a private email account as secretary of state.
We asked Hillary about e-mails back in 2012. She ignored it. Would her Administration also ignore Congress and the American people? #tcot
— Darrell Issa (@DarrellIssa) April 16, 2015
As for the 2015 follow-up question on whether she’d ignore Congress and the American people:
— Watchman Z (@Watchman58) April 16, 2015
— Deplorable David (@ForReal87) April 16, 2015
@DarrellIssa. Of Course!
— Shoshanna (@sftnewton) April 16, 2015
@DarrellIssa Hillary had proven by her actions she is above the law. It is sad and she is so guilty
— Sharon (@HomeOfUncleSam) April 16, 2015
— ?Coram Deo #Covfefe (@eduardo_zorro) April 16, 2015
@DarrellIssa only if Congress lets her. My guess they will.
Where are the statesman of our generation?
— CriticalThinker (@pblu22) April 16, 2015
— sal (@salpie) April 16, 2015
Issa opened himself up for some criticism as well.
— Robert Spicer (@spicydo22) April 16, 2015
.@DarrellIssa Stop screwing around and file charges. If it was any of us peons we'd still be sitting in prison.
— Need To Know Basis (@Render64) April 16, 2015
@DarrellIssa Congressman, here's an idea, call her before the committee and ask her why she didn't & start holding this woman accountable!!!
— Matthew Short (@shorty1974a) April 16, 2015
@DarrellIssa @Ledamaae so, she ignored it and nothing happened. Republicans have caved on every issue, while our lives are just toys.
— airbrat77 (@airbrat77) April 16, 2015
@DarrellIssa we the people r tired of asking!!!! Get the darn server! DO your job Please!
— Rick Dunn (@rdunn5) April 17, 2015