If only we had somebody willing to do this with Hillary Clinton’s emails?
It seems that rather than face the music by herself, the Pennsylvania attorney general decided to scuttle the ship.
You think Ferguson had an email scandal? Get a load of this as reported by the Seattle Pi:
Since all three branches of state government began moving against her over the past year, Kathleen Kane has released hundreds of sexually explicit or otherwise crude emails that had been sent or received by current or former public officials on their government accounts.
The tangled scandal has led to the downfall of a state environmental secretary and shamed a state police commissioner, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice and several former top officials in the attorney general’s office. Another high-court justice resigned after newspapers disclosed his involvement.
In case you hadn’t guessed it, Kane is a Democrat. The 49-year-old AG was a little-known former assistant county prosecutor when she was elected attorney general in a landslide in 2012. She was the first woman and first Democrat to win the office, which showcases what happens when children are elected to do adult jobs. At the time of Kane’s election, Democrats embraced her as a rising star.
Fast forward. In August 2015, Kane was arrested and charged with multiple offenses, including perjury and obstruction of justice. In September 2015, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania suspended Kane’s license to practice law, the first such occurrence for a Pennsylvania attorney general. This is what caused the Kane Mutiny.
Kane has threatened to release more, and the state Capitol is ablaze with speculation about whose emails may be next in the drip-drip-drip of disclosures
Here is something the Leftist who terrorized the Ferguson city government would find interesting.
On the campaign trail, she promised to investigate why it took her Republican predecessors three years to charge Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach convicted of sexually abusing boys, and whether politics played a role.
After Kane took office, a special appointee concluded that the Sandusky case had not been dragged out for political reasons. But the inquiry unearthed a trove of office emails containing porn and jokes about women and minorities that many found offensive.
This is the case that set off the chain of events, as the article continues.
Kane’s criticism of the Sandusky prosecution also triggered a bitter feud with investigators who handled the case, and in 2014, authorities say, she leaked confidential grand jury information to the Philadelphia Daily News in an attempt to show that two of them had bungled a corruption investigation.
Kane was charged in August with obstruction, perjury and other offenses. No trial date has been set.
As authorities began building the leak case against her, Kane started releasing chains of emails, saying the misconduct allegations against her were concocted by a corrupt old-boy network inside law enforcement to stop her from exposing their raunchy email ring.
Sure, the old War on Women. This woman has dragged innocent (though highly flawed) people into her little web of deception. And with most Liberals, karma is a mofo.
The email scandal involves U.S. attorneys, attorneys general and a Supreme Court justice who had voted along with the rest of the court just days earlier to suspend Kane’s law license. That justice is now being investigated for possible judicial misconduct.
Oh what a web Liberals weave.