The State Department is using the blizzard of 2016 as a snow job to cover for Hillary Clinton.

The State department asked a federal court Friday to delay by a month the January 29th deadline for the release the last batch of roughly 55,000 pages of Clinton’s emails.

The emails have been a constant drain on Hillary’s campaign for President. The requested delay would move the next release of emails, roughly 7200 of them to February 29th.

Despite Clinton’s continued claims of never sending or receiving classified emails more than 1300 have proven to be exactly that and some are classified at higher than Top Secret.

A decision on the request has not been made and it’s not clear whether the delay may help or hurt Clinton.