If they provided them once to a reporter, shouldn’t they be readily available to anyone else?
All this is curious.
Is it possible, even probable, that a few emails, hand-selected and leaked to a reporter who made no attempt to put the emails in their proper context, could result in a story that got the material facts wrong? If that initial AP story was wrong, then everything that has spewed forth since is getting it wrong, too.
Is it finally time to consider the possibility that Tony Bennett was right?
Cam Savage is a principal at Limestone Strategies and a veteran of numerous Republican campaigns and the National Republican Senatorial Committee. He also worked at the Department of Education for former Superintendent Tony Bennett. Contact him at Cam@limestone-strategies.com.