Media figures are exploiting the feeding frenzy over Hillary Clinton's email
to engage in wild speculation, including wondering if she committed a felony.
Numerous independent legal analysts have said that Clinton did not violate the
law through her use of a non-government email account.
## Media Wildly Speculate About Wrongdoing In Clinton's Use Of Email
**Ron ****Fournier: "Emails May Be A Key To Addressing 'Pay-To-Play' Whispers
At Clinton Foundation." **In a March 8 post at the _National Journal_, Ron
Fournier combined baseless speculation about the content of Clinton's emails
with suggestions that foreign governments may have improperly influenced the
former secretary of state, arguing that her emails' "greatest relevancy is
what might reveal about any nexus between Clinton's work at State and
donations to the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation from U.S.
corporations and foreign nations." Fournier cited an unnamed source who,
despite having "no evidence of wrongdoing," still pushed the idea that the
emails would reveal something nefarious (emphasis added):
> Under fire, Bill Clinton said his namesake charity has "done a lot more good
than harm"--hardly a ringing endorsement. One of his longest-serving advisers,
a person who had worked directly for the foundation, told ...