Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton's use of private email address while Secretary of State draws scrutiny
Posted on 03/03/2015 3:50:55 AM PST by WhiskeyX
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What difference does it make?
As long as she was chatting about the satin sheets required for the trip to London, or asking for the veggie tray while in Tokyo....I don’t care.
But when you start to list out the five-hundred-odd daily things that occur and half of them are sensitive or near-classified, and they went via Goggle or Yahoo type e-mail? No, that pretty much will disqualify from an executive type position within the government. If you were my employee....I’d terminate you on the spot for that kind of stupidity.
Oh, dear. Now I am thinking about all of the emails I have received and sent... instructions on how to knit and assemble a virus... cookie recipes... links to Onion articles... yeah, that's all official business.
Relax. No foreign intelligence agency would believe our Secretary of State could possibly be that stupid. /s
But will draw nothing else it should, like 5-10 in a federal penitentiary.
The audacity is jaw dropping.
If this is true, then anyone involved in the so-called “Wikileaks scandal” ought to be completely exonerated.
A pattern of evasion...
The next most transparent president. Her whole life is about hiding her evil acts.
Communicating with foreign governments and enemies.
If HRC used secret email accounts, who else did/does? It isn’t just her.
Everyone in this administration uses personal accounts. They also destroy data and other evidence when needed. They are completely immune to our laws. Congress begs them for Lois Learners emails for two years instead of sending an officer to search for them by force. They take their time and sift through the tapes and delete what they want.
Face it, a coup has already happened, most people just don’t realize it yet.
Hmmm. The ‘180’ Day Rule should apply here. After six months in your email account, electronic communications sent or received are deemed abandoned and thus are not subject to Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure. Per the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, an administrative subpoena will allow inquiring minds to open up Clinton’s emails for all to see. No warrant necessary.
Just another example of The Most Transparent Administration in History, don’t ya know.
What difference does it make is right because absolutely nothing will happen to her because she’s a Democrap.
What difference does it make?
You are correct, hang all of them with short rope and tall tree.
We do not want to be racists.
Our laws do not apply to DemocRATS and illegal aliens who infest our country.
You are so right in everything you said. :(
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