NBC News: Russia's 2024 Election Interference Has Already Begun
Author Outraged That MSNBC Offers Suicide Prevention Resource During Coverage of a Story...
Lefties Launch into Civil War About Important Question: Can You Say 'Rest in...
What Happened!? NYC Mayor Eric Adams Does a 'Stunning Turnaround' From Sanctuary City...
Well, THAT'S a Relief: UK Board Raises Rating for Mary Poppins Due to...
Media Squee Over Biden's Totally Unscheduled and Surprise Appearance That Was Announced Da...
The Cut: Can We Keep Our Sons From Turning Conservative?
Gag! The New York Post Attempts to Convince American Women to Embrace 'Babygirl'...
'Young Atheist' Tries to Virtue Signal About How Great Atheists are, But Their...
The Fani Willis Plot Thickens As Her Paramour's Law Partner and Attorney is...
Bill Kristol Has a Special Reminder for the Supreme Court
Ring Doorbell Camera Catches FBI Raid on January 6 Suspect
If District Attorney Fani Willis Were White, None of This Would Matter
Virginia State Senator Playing Pretend STORMS Out After Winsome Sears Accurately Genders H...
Students Stage Walk Out to Protest Bullying as Cause of Nex Benedict's Death...

Hack who mocked Scott Walker for FOIA response continues to push the but-Jeb-Bush defense of Hillary’s email scandal

Regardless of what email violations GOP candidates may have committed in the past, does Political Wire’s Taegan Goddard not understand that there’s a gigantic difference between someone’s occasional use of a private email account as a local or state elected official and that of a federally appointed secretary of state whose exclusive use of a private email server might have jeopardized national security?


Apparently not:

Goddard was then challenged to name names…



…and his response:

Uh… since when is governor of Florida (or any aides who also had Jeb Bush accounts for that matter) a federal position? And since Goddard doesn’t seem to really get the difference, here it is spelled out for him:







No answer as of yet from Goddard because there is no answer.


As a bonus, Goddard was the guy who mocked Scott Walker’s office for answering a FOIA request asking for “transcripts of his conversations with God.”



‘Total disdain’: What these media lapdogs think of Scott Walker, people of faith will make you fume

‘Shark jumped’: This Politico spin on Hillary’s email scandal joins ‘hack-tastic’ ranks

‘Sad trombone’: Politico suggests TMZ ‘stalked’ Hillary, hilariously backpedals [pics]

More proof that Gawker’s John Cook did the job the legacy media didn’t do on Hillary’s emails [screenshot]

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Twitchy Videos