Even Without Indictment, Comey Statement Is Not Good News for Hillary

Shrillary may have dodged the bullet legally, but not politically, as WaPo notes:

[Director James] Comey said the FBI found 110 emails on Clinton’s server that were classified at the time they were sent or received. That stands in direct contradiction to Clinton’s repeated insistence she never sent or received any classified emails. And it even stands in contrast to her amended statement that she never knowingly sent or received any classified information. …

It’s hard to read Comey’s statement as anything other than a wholesale rebuke of the story Clinton and her campaign team have been telling ever since the existence of her private email server came to light in spring 2015. She did send and receive classified emails. The setup did leave her — and the classified information on the server — subject to a possible foreign hack. She and her team did delete emails as personal that contained professional information.

Even if influence peddling won’t be proven just yet, her untrustworthiness is beyond any dispute.

If Republicans would field a serious candidate, this would be enough to sink her, indictment or no indictment.

No one could find her trustworthy.

On a tip from Stormfax. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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