Two of the most frustrating things about government are that it seems as though it takes forever for anything to get done and the lack of transparency exhibited by the government in getting anything done. Both of which have been on display at their finest — or rather their worst — during the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's improper use of a private email server during her tenure from 2009-2013.
The media — as well as congressional Republicans — has implored both the Justice Department and the State Department to release findings on the Clinton investigation's progress. After all, Clinton is running for the highest office in the land, and people want to know before it is too late whether or not she is fit for the job.
As usual, however, the government is dragging its feet and stonewalling the public by denying Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests left and right.
Good news, though! The State Department now has an estimate on when all of Clinton's emails should be available to the public.
Bad news, though! You probably won't still be alive to see them. To read when the State Department says those emails should be available, continue on the next page: