Email indicates Hillary Clinton worked with Google, YouTube to block Benghazi video

Hillary_Clinton_Testimony_to_House_Select_Committee_on_BenghaziDid Hillary Clinton, while serving as Secretary of State, work with Google and YouTube to block one or more videos related to Benghazi?  An email recently uncovered would indicate that she and/or members of her staff may have been in contact with the two companies regarding the video(s) in question.

A post at Conservative Outfitters noted:

Nora Toiv, a special assistant to the counselor of the State Department, sent an email to State Department officials on Sept. 27, 2012 with the subject line “RE: Google and YouTube” and referenced phone conversations with a someone named Sue that assured Toiv blocks would remain in place for the video(s) in question through Oct. 1, 2012.

Here’s an image of the email:

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Clinton-GoogleIt’s interesting to note the email chain also contains contact information for Google CEO Larry Page and YouTube CEO Salar Kamangar, including their mobile and office phone numbers.

You’ll recall that Clinton blamed the Benghazi attack on an obscure video, and members of the regime continued that lie, even after it was well known that a video had nothing to do with the attack.

Will Clinton ever be held accountable, or will anyone even bother to ask the questions?  I think we already know the answer to that.


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Joe Newby

A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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