Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Clinton Emails: Her attitude is even more troubling

Photo Courtesy of TheCut

Her actions directly violated federal law; worse is what her actions indicate she thinks of herself and the American Public.

If you have ever watched any spy movie or T.V. show or have been alive longer than 7 years you should at least be aware of what "top secret" means. However if you are the former First Lady, two term U.S. Senator, U.S. Secretary of State and a current U.S. Presidential Candidate for some reason that would have been missed while attending Wellesley College and while earning a J.D. from Yale.

Most should be aware of the felonious activities of Clinton but if you just got out of an extended coma I will summarize: Hillary Clinton joined former opponent Barak Obama's cabinet as Secretary of State. During her time as Secretary of State she used an unauthorized personal email server for all her email communication. 

For those who don't know, an email server is a computer that is used to store and route email messages. By law, emails of top cabinet officials are processed through secure government servers with extremely robust electronic and physical security. Meaning - computers with strong software and in a secure building. Clinton's server? The basement of her house.

Ever since this was discovered she was downplayed the issue at times changing her story from "I am not a technical person" to "I didn't know it was an issue" to "No classified communication went through that server." In fact at one time she claimed that she used her personal server because she didn't know how to get multiple email accounts into her smart phone, while having a personal iPad that had exactly that - multiple email accounts. 

None of her story matches up, but that isn't my point here. My point is she knew full well what she was doing was wrong - she just didn't care. And what's more is that she thinks the American public at large are too stupid to care. WikiLeaks has a dedicated search to Clinton's emails. Try searching through it. Look for keywords like "Libya" to find her discussions on a US response to the revolution there. Search for "Benghazi" to read some comments on the event that took the life of U.S. Ambassador Stevens. You could try searching for some of her top campaign contributors such as Corning. Care yet? - you should.

Tell me this - One of her major contributors received "favors" from her while she was Secretary including helping on a trade dispute with China.   Somehow buying favors from high ranking US officials isn't illegal?

The questions remains: will the American people really accept a person that thinks she is above the law and that they are too stupid to understand as their President? I truly hope not.

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