Sarah Palin, Who Attacks Lois Lerner For Missing Emails, Had, Uh, Missing Emails
Sarah Palin shouldn’t be so quick to criticize someone else for having missing emails at a time that seems suspiciously convenient.
Two weeks ago, when news of the missing emails broke, Palin quickly registered her thoughts on the matter via Twitter and Facebook. First she tweeted this missive using the opportunity to compare President Barack Obama with former President Richard Nixon.
Nixon Admin Watergate Communications 18 min gap; Obama Admin Lerner Communications 1,052,000 min gap. Difference? Not even a smidgen.
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) June 14, 2014
Then, she expanded on that thought with a longer Facebook post that went after the Obama administration’s promises of “transparency.”
Perhaps Palin forgot what it was like to be the subject of a similar investigation exactly three years earlier after her office released her emails to the press. On June 13, 2011, the Anchorage Daily News reported that “Nearly a month of former Gov. Sarah Palin’s emails are missing from the documents released to media organizations last week, a gap that raises questions about what other emails might also be missing from what’s being nationally reported as her record as Alaska governor.”
What’s good for the goose is, apparently, not good for the gander. And I have no idea what a gander is.