It seems like every new detail that is uncovered about Hillary Clinton’s emails raises another question.
The latest revelation that the former secretary of state’s private emails were deleted using software called BleachBit left Fox News’ Martha MacCallum asking the obvious next question.
How did we get from “I use a blackberry for convenience” HRC to something called “Bleach bit” to scour the server?
— martha maccallum (@marthamaccallum) August 26, 2016
MacCallum spoke with South Carolina’s Rep. Trey Gowdy on Thursday’s “America’s Newsroom” and the former chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi said Clinton’s emails were scrubbed so clean “even God can’t read them.”
GOWDY: She deleted her emails with BleachBit. You don’t delete yoga & wedding plan emails w/BleachBit. WATCH: https://t.co/9mv2fRG2Ja
— Lambchop (@Ecnebs) August 25, 2016
Clinton’s evolving story left many on social media echoing MacCallum’s question and asking some of their own.
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@marthamaccallum And how did we get from her 3/10/2015 U.N. press conference where she thought she “explained all of this” …
— Marc Hoover (@MarcHoover1) August 26, 2016
Is that a synonym for “cloth”? https://t.co/EipsDvGLB8
— Gil DeStefano (@Gdestefano95) August 26, 2016
— Sen. Frank Niceley (@SenFrankNiceley) August 26, 2016
It’s called LYING https://t.co/mCgWFfJHrm
— JERRY (@PITBULL95) August 26, 2016
@marthamaccallum For someone that claimed technology ignorance, that seems pretty sophisticated.
— Lynnette Deacons (@LynnetteDeacons) August 26, 2016
@marthamaccallum We were always there. You’re just catching up.
— Fred Krebs (@trevifella) August 26, 2016
@marthamaccallum it just keeps coming. How can anyone not have a problem with all this ?
— chuck sparks (@ALHOODIE) August 26, 2016
— Μολὼν Λαβέ (@M0L0NL4BE) August 26, 2016
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