When it comes to “Email-gate,” the news keeps getting worse for likely 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
A veterans group is in the process of filing a lawsuit against the State Department for refusing to respond to a Freedom of Information Act request for the former secretary of state’s personal and work emails.
Veterans for a Strong America filed the FOIA request seven months ago, seeking emails related to the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi. Joel Arends, the group’s chairman, appeared Wednesday on “Dana” on TheBlazeTV and is calling on Congress to “seize the servers” — which quickly spurred the hashtag, #SeizeTheServers.
If social media is any indication, the controversy surrounding Clinton’s highly questionable email practices is not going away anytime soon.
Here is a sampling of responses related to this latest development, as seen on Twitter:
— Dana (@DanaTheBlaze) March 5, 2015
— Joel Arends (@JoelArends) March 5, 2015
— Aaron Gardner (@Aaron_RS) March 5, 2015
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) March 5, 2015
Is that an email server up your pant suit leg or are you happy to see me? #SeizeTheServers
— Rachel Mullen (@rachelfromohio) March 5, 2015
“What difference does it make that I committed a felony” — Hillary Clinton #SeizeTheServers
— CDM (@RWSurferGirl) March 6, 2015
— Cronah (@Cronah1969) March 5, 2015
— Baxter Barfbag (@BuckyMaxwell) March 5, 2015
— Barbara Ledeen (@BarbaraLedeen) March 5, 2015
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