Ten Questions That Would Destroy Hillary On Her Server Issues

This is brutal (via Ace)

This is how the FBI destroys Hillary: The 10 questions that could end her White House dreams
These questions, if answered honestly, would most likely hand the Democratic nomination to Bernie Sanders

The FBI’s upcoming interview of Hillary Clinton will be a turning point in the race for Democratic nominee, especially since Clinton won’t be able to speak to James Comey and his FBI agents in the same manner her campaign has communicated with the public. Unlike loyal Hillary supporters who view the marathon Benghazi hearings to be a badge of courage and countless prior scandals to be examples of exoneration, the FBI didn’t spend one year (investigating this email controversy) to give Clinton or her top aides parking tickets. They mean business, and lying to an FBI agent is a felony, so Hillary Clinton and her aides will be forced to tell the truth. The doublespeak involving convenience and retroactive classification won’t matter to seasoned FBI agents whose reputations are on the line; the entire country feels there’s a double-standard regarding this email controversy.

Imagine if you had 22 Top Secret emails on your computer?

Would you be able to claim negligence?

Also, the issue of negligence is a canard. Clinton and her top aides were smart enough to understand protocol. For every legal scholar saying that indictment isn’t likely (because it’s difficult to prove Clinton “knowingly” sent or received classified intelligence), there’s a former attorney general and former intelligence officials saying that indictment is justified.

Others were prosecuted for much, much less. David Patreaus kept a notebook and left it at home (which was wrong). Hillary created a server for her convenience despite being told “no” and all those pesky rules and laws. She sent government business through that server. The laws are quite clear.

Here’s a sample of those questions

  • What was the political utility in owning a private server and never using a State.gov email address?
  • Were all 31,830 deleted private emails about yoga?
  • Why did you use a Blackberry that wasn’t approved by the NSA?
  • Why were 22 Top Secret emails on a private server?

And this one

3. Why didn’t you know that intelligence could be retroactively classified?

This leads to the issue of negligence; a zero-sum proposition. Either Clinton wasn’t smart enough to know protocol, or breached protocol. Both scenarios aren’t good for a future presidency. Both scenarios won’t prevent legal repercussions, given the 22 Top Secret emails.

Hillary is supposed to be uber-smart, the smartest lady in the room. She should have known. She signed security clearance and material handling documents, at least going back to her time in the Senate. There’s no way she didn’t know, and certainly her staff would have known (and many would not have had the security clearances to view some of the information).

Who wrote this brutal takedown? That would be Salon. Yes, extreme-left Salon. Who are certainly Bernie supporters.

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