There seems to have been a change of tone from the White House about Hillary Clinton’s email.

Last week:

This week:

It’s almost like they’re making it up as they go along!

The White House has most certainly seen the emails between President Obama and Hillary Clinton that are being withheld, right?

  • Anthony

    I guess the Obama Administration doesn’t believe or have confidence in the FBI.

    • Don Reed

      Or as they refer to it, “The Republican Party.”

    • Deplorable Jesse-Messy Hammer

      Uhh, you’re drawing the wrong conclusion. The O’dministration runs the FBI (through the DOJ) all headed by O’Cronies. I cannot believe there are still conservs here who think O has any reason whatsoever to want Hillary indicted (the O’house has practically endorsed her FFS). The O’dmin is very confident, Anthony…Confident that NO fellow Democrat will be indicted by the DemoBama DOJ, yet confident that O has the DOJ/FBI “looking busy enough” to soothe the Demcrat voting base.

      • Donald-Irredeemable deplorable

        When “The Mob” owns the casino, it’s very easy to make sure “the house” has the odds stacked in it’s favor, and if you value your kneecaps (and/or life) you don’t dare complain about the odds stacked against you.

        • Deplorable Jesse-Messy Hammer

          Uhh okay, not sure if you’re agreeing or disagreeing with me.

          • Donald-Irredeemable deplorable

            Both? The Mob, in this case being the preezy Felon Admin and DoJ, stacking the odds, but letting a few people win to show the casino is “fair” (“See, there are SOME winners, why not you?”) and the FBI (“Yeah but, we’ve been coming here for 7 years straight and we haven’t won so much as a nickel”)WANTING to complain but very fearful of reprisals (i.e. Fort Marcy Park SUDDENLY becoming very popular for suicide by long gun shots to the back of the head from 600yds away, so much so, the “suicides” conveniently stack themselves up like cordwood AFTER they kill themselves) if the complain about a lack of prosecution and/or indictment. I think…I don’t know anymore

    • ricoliv

      It’s more likely they’re starting to wonder if ‘the fix” is in as deeply as they promised the Clintons it would be.

  • Perso Nasplit

    Plausible deniability. Plain and simple.

  • I_KICK_HIPPIES

    This is what you get when you vote the liberal elite into positions of power.

    • sgb1

      Or the conservative elite. They are one and the same.

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    Don’t take it too hard, neither has the DOJ. For the most part.

  • Kawfy

    He seemed to have no problem commenting before….now he has an issue speaking on the subject….must be bad news for HRC

    • icallshenanigans

      They’re still working on the newspeak rewrite down at the Ministry of Truth.

    • UpNorth2

      Maybe someone pointed out to Josh that he’s also not cleared for that Top Secret/SCI stuff, like Huma and Cheryl Mills weren’t cleared either?

      • Kawfy

        yeah no kidding….but if truth be told, I’d wager most of this admin would not be given any clearance… if strict guidelines were actually followed. I have seen clearances denied for just the “appearance” of impropriety.

        • UpNorth2

          Same here, now stoners are elected POTUS.

  • Penny✓ItsSoFluffy! #GoBolts!

    And the hits just keep on coming. Does anyone seriously believe this dork??

  • Michael the white suburbanite

    Do you suppose other countries like Russia, China and Iran, are thinking this can’t be real, must be a very clever espionage cover.

    • Donald-Irredeemable deplorable

      My money is on them thinking, “They CAN’T possibly be THAT STUPID to make it this easy for US, can they?”

  • Carolyn#OYSD

    Josh Earnest says he can’t really offer any insight into the Hillary email situation because he hasn’t seen them

    Are they above his paygrade?

    • Don Reed

      Above his braingrade.

    • ricoliv

      What’s a poor dummy to do when the ventriloquist keeps pulling the wrong strings?

  • marcus tullius cicero

    …Ask the Russians, Chinese, Koreans, Israelis, Iranians, etc…….

  • kd

    I hope the media does it’s job since that is how Obama learns of everything.

    • algonquinmatt

      yep. the Limbaugh Theorem..now being put to good use by Hillary, too.

    • ricoliv

      Obama is a very discriminating reader. He gets his information only from certain outlets, all of them (coincidentally) friendly ones, and he simply ignores those which are “not real news.” After all, everyone knows those other outlets are racist, on the wrong side of history, and have tried to obstruct his agenda– I mean, “The People’s Agenda” … er …Yes, that’s it: the People’s agenda– um …for the past seven years. Now what’s wrong with that?

  • MoxieLouise1

    His name is such an oxymoron.

    • Michael the white suburbanite

      he’s a moxymoron

    • algonquinmatt

      It’s Orwellian in a comical sense.

    • Vickie DHaene

      Well, you got the moron part right.

  • algonquinmatt

    I can’t ever remember defending this guy and his job, but in this case it’s damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

    • Don Reed

      Quite accurate.

      • algonquinmatt

        i wish i could delete that..i feel dirty, backing up the WH mouthpiece.

  • Maxx

    I read headline after headline and I see a situation where we are ripe to take advantage of this liberal sh*tstorm and yet I’ve got this sinking feeling our party will find a way to steal defeat from the jaws of victory by nominating the most unpopular politician in twenty years.

    http://www.christianpost.com/news/donald-trump-most-unpopular-candidate-20-years-pollster-gallup-156450/

    • MoxieLouise1

      I take nothing for granted when it comes to the GOP.

      • Karla1953

        And good thing as their messaging still sucks all those years later they learned nothing from the great Communicator…………………..nothing Oy

    • algonquinmatt

      ‘Unpopular’? He is doing pretty good out there for being unpopular. And as far as ‘our party’ goes, i say screw the GOP.. we elect them and then they cower. One thing the unpopular guy won’t do is cower.

      • ricoliv

        Yes … That’s “one thing” he won’t do. Of course, whether he actually DOES do something is irrelevant, right? It’s only the “won’t do’s,” the bravado and the insults, that matter. Clearly-defined and practicable policies … well … those can come later– if they come at all?

    • Karla1953

      No because what dominates the headlines……………someone that cannot show up and their jet and giving kids a run through it and some damn silly mailer that has people clutching their pearls for no reason Oy

  • Magnifico

    She won’t be indicted on what we know. In other news, we don’t know anything.

    • Donald-Irredeemable deplorable

      “She won’t be indicted on what we know.” In other words, we won’t ADMIT TO knowing anything, even though we do.

  • Dan Abbett

    Looks like Josh is trying to distance himself and Obama from the pending shoe that is about to drop on Hillary and her email debacle. Unfortunately, they have implicated themselves in so many ways to this point, that shoe is going to kick them in the axe as hard as if does Hillary. If that happens, I will personally spring for the popcorn.

  • Karla1953

    Guess someone realized his last oops with his other comment azzhat

    • algonquinmatt

      exactly. he’s been told to shut up and pretend that there’s an investigation going on. that’s what he should’ve said in the first place “i cannot comment on an ongoing investigation”. These guys love taking the fifth, he should’ve done it there.

      • Karla1953

        He just has that have to say something…………………then again they all came into WH as clueless as their boss about so much IMO that is

        • algonquinmatt

          They think they are so clever with their lying. smh.

  • Don Reed

    AFTER he’s voiced 150 previous opinions (subject to change), based on (ostensibly) having read them?

  • jwmiller

    Huh? Earnest hasn’t needed to see, read, etc. anything else in order to yammer on nor does he need to since he simply recites what he’s been told.

    • Don Reed

      As long as that thin little AA battery in the back of his brain works.

  • Don Reed

    Not to worry. Iowan Democrats have brains of Corn. Hillary wins over Bernard The Goat.

  • Evie1949

    This “no indictment” comment reminds of the “no scintilla of of wrong doing at the IRS” comment – on going investigation but they know the outcome. Seems like they’ve got a really good crystal ball.

    • Donald-Irredeemable deplorable

      When you’ve decided what the answer/outcome will be, BEFORE the question is formed, you DON’T NEED a crystal ball, good or not.

      • Evie1949

        Good point

  • vetgal1970

    I notice he never opines about the consequence or implications if these allegations are true, they just automatically default to either nothing to see here or no comment. They don’t dare plant a kernel of doubt in the minds of their sheeple

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  • Jerry Shelton

    Is this the beginning of “divided we fall”

  • Donald-Irredeemable deplorable

    The Dirty Grey (formerly White) House knew about Shrillary’s emails BEFORE they don’t know anything about her emails then?

  • JosephBloughs ✓Viagrafied

    “Based on what we know…”, which is, as we all know… https://youtu.be/UgcxGFmYyPs?t=6s

  • ricoliv

    This just in from JE: “OK. Here’s the thing. We can’t comment on Hillary’s emails because we haven’t actually seen them, but if we had seen them, and if we could comment on them, we would definitely say she is not likely to be indicted as a result of whatever may be in them that we haven’t seen. Now is that clear enough?”

  • MarciaTheMurkyMuse? Variegated

    And the Magic 8-Ball says: “Reply hazy. Try again.”

  • bo1921

    So, now that he doesn’t “know,” will he recant the won’t be indicted meme?

  • Jerry Shelton

    Finally the Obummer administration does not comment with out having all the facts….Now that is a first!

  • genes ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵈᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ
  • Eric Botena

    You haven’t seen the emails because you don’t have the security clearance to see them. But don’t worry the Russians and Chinese have read them.

  • Patricia Whitty

    No one because they don’t have high enough clearance.