Jay Carney 2011 vs 2013: All Our Work Done In Email (video)


In 2011, Jay Carney said all of their work is done in work email accounts:

In 2012, Issa shot off a letter to then Chief of staff and now head of Treasury, Jack Lew, asking for the emails. Did Issa ever get his answer? I was unable to locate any reply on Oversight and Reform’s site.

Now in 2013, Carney says this about individuals email accounts:

What a dodge. Most transparent administration ever.

UPDATE – Forgot to add this from Politico:

White House press secretary Jay Carney said Tuesday that having two email accounts has been a routine practice during this and previous administrations.

He said administration officials have one address that they use for public email and another that they use for internal communication, but he said all are searched in response to Freedom of Information Act requests.

“Let’s be clear: This is a practice consistent with…

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1 Response to Jay Carney 2011 vs 2013: All Our Work Done In Email (video)

  1. Must of fired the IT CIO in charge of the mail servers, of which IT CIO must be in witness protection , destroyed the mail servers in their entirety, and destroyed every computer physically and every account and program bearing copies…Yet we have the PRISM program that is so efficient at scanning ALL emails…hummmm … The Hard Drive doesn’t forget, and Ghost IMAGES speak loudly… (I’m in the biz)


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