Hillary Clinton said she chose to use a vulnerable personal email account handled by a private server rather than use a secure State Department account for convenience reasons. That's been determined to be a lie. Why, then, did she do it?
So she could operate in the dark without the disinfecting power of sunlight. And it worked.
Earlier this week, U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton said that he could not order the State Department to force Clinton to turn over any of the personal emails from her account. While about 30,000 State Department-related emails have been turned over, there might be as many as 32,000 emails that haven't been released because they have been declared "personal."
How convenient, mixing the private with the public. If she has State Department emails that she wants to stay buried, all she has to do is say they are personal.Read the rest of the story HERE.
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