Hillary Clinton’s cover-up of her illegal actions just hit a major snag.
She made a major slip up that’s ruined her entire strategy.
Hillary Clinton went back on her word. It exposed an old crime that she thought was gone.
The Clintons are not known for their outstanding ethics.
Bill Clinton was impeached for lying under oath to escape a sexual harassment lawsuit.
When Hillary Clinton claimed that an employee deleted her emails after they were subpoenaed without her knowledge, it’s worth investigating.
It’s stretching belief that Hillary Clinton didn’t know that sending classified information on a private server was illegal.
It wasn’t as if she was inexperienced and new to the government, her own husband had pardoned a person who had classified information on his home laptop.
It seems likely that Hillary Clinton decided that having an email based off of her home server was worth the risk because it allowed her to clean up her tracks.
33,000 emails were deleted before she handed over the server to the government.
If it was an honest mistake, she should be sorry for the huge mistake she made mishandling classified information and even putting armed service members at risk, and at the time she apologized.
Now, Hillary Clinton has decided to go back on her apology and claim that she did nothing wrong.
According to the Daily Wire:
When former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was found to have a secret email server in her house, she apologized.
“As I look back at it now, even though it was allowed, I shouldn’t have used two accounts. That was a mistake. I’m sorry about that. I take responsibility,” she told ABC News in September 2015.
But now she wants everyone to know that she’s not sorry anymore.
In the new Hulu documentary titled “Hillary,” released on Friday, Clinton said she regrets offering the apology, saying campaign advisers told her to issue the statement.
“We’ll just say what you did was a mistake. It was dumb. It’s over. And that will end it. I wasn’t convinced of that. But I understood the frustration of my campaign,” Clinton said. “So against my better judgment, I said, ‘OK, fine.’”
“It turned out to be a mistake because look at all the oxygen it was sucking out of my campaign. But it didn’t end it,” she added. “It didn’t end it at all. And it never ended, it never ended.”
Of course the subject of the emails didn’t go away with an insincere political apology.
Had she been a less privileged person she definitely would have been charged with a crime that would have put her in prison if she had been convicted.
Her complete lack of remorse shows that Hillary Clinton doesn’t feel like the law should be applied to her.
The only thing that Hillary Clinton is sorry for is she’s sorry that she was caught, though the 33,000 emails she deleted could have been even more damaging for the then-Secretary of State than her home server.