Ruh Roh Rahmbo! Rahm Busted Using Private Email Like Clinton!

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Hillary wasn’t the only Democrat using private email accounts to conduct public business. Thanks to a lawsuit by The Better Government Association (BGA), the public now has access to some of Rahm Emanuel’s private emails.

“It’s unfortunate that it took a lawsuit to produce the transparency we all deserve,” said BGA President and CEO Andy Shaw. “But that said, this is a major step forward in the fight for transparency at City Hall.”

One of the most damning items released involves Rahm bragging about cutting retiree benefits.

Rahm Emanuel <[email protected]>
Saturday, October 17, 2015 7;53:51 PM
Henry J. Feinberg <
Re: The Shock and Awe Budget Address Rahm Should Have Given

Never which is why I eliminated retiree health care. Only elected official to
eliminate not cut or reform a benefit. Thank you very much. A 175 million saving!

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 17, 2015, at 2:52 PM,Henry J. Feinberg <
> wrote:
Since when did Rahm Emanuel let a judicial ruling get in his way and not find a
work around solution
Heart' J. Feiaberg
Chicago, IL 60614

As a condition of BGA’s settlement with Rahm, the Mayor and his attorneys were allowed to decide which emails should be turned over.

Chicago Tribune reports:

In settling the BGA lawsuit, Emanuel agreed to turn over about 2,700 pages of emails that his personal attorney determined were government-related in nature.

So who knows what was really in his private account.

Also, since Rahm had his own domain (like Hillary), and not a gmail account, was he using his own server too? Did he have a server in a bathroom like his pal Hillary did?



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