The Most Important Investigation

Hahahahahahahahahahaomgkillme: "Justice Department lawyers representing State argued that making them search other employees' accounts for Clinton's emails would set a bad precedent that would belabor other FOIA searches. But [U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta] said the circumstances surrounding Clinton's email represented 'a specific fact pattern unlikely to arise in the future.'"

Like the pattern of women dedicating their lives to public service even though the cost is a living nightmare hellscape from which there is no escape? Is that the pattern unlikely to arise again in the future to which Judge Mehta is referring?

image of Hillary Clinton looking agitated during the Beghazi hearing, to which I've added text reading: 'This face is all our faces.'
From Clinton's 11-hour Benghazi testimony in October 2015.

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