While appearing on ABC's "This Week" with George ‘Stephy’ Stephanopoulos, just this past Sunday, Hitlery Clinton went to great lengths to dismiss entirely the ongoing FBI investigation into her rather questionable use of a private email server. She would describe it as being nothing more than "a continuation of the story that has been playing out for months.” And she would say again, “There is no classified-marked information on those emails sent or received by me." As someone with experience handling classified material myself, I think a bit dishonest of Hitlery to use the disclaimer that none of the information was actually “marked” classified.
Hitlery said she wants the all of her emails released, including, I guess, the 22 documents said to contain a "category of top secret information," that were announced by the State Department just last Friday. It was the State Department that said those 22 documents, covering seven email chains, were not marked classified at the time they were sent, but they "are being upgraded at the request of the Intelligence Community.” ‘Stephy’ pointed to a non-disclosure agreement that Hitlery signed as secretary of state which states that even if information is not marked as classified, she should have known to treat it as such.
And then Hitlery very enthusiastically declared, "Well, of course. And that's exactly what I did." And she then went on to say, "I take classified information very seriously. You know, you can't get information off the classified system in the State Department to put onto an unclassified system, no matter what that system is.” She said, "We were very specific about that, and you -- when you receive information, of course, there has to be some markings, some indication that someone down the chain had thought that this was classified, and that was not the case." If you’re too stupid to recognize sensitive information, with or without markings, should you be president?
Hitlery then went on to repeat her call to release even the information that the State Department now says is too sensitive to release. She said, "Let's see what it is, and let the American people draw their own conclusions. This is very much like Benghazi, George. You know, the Republicans are going to continue to use it, beat up on me. I understand that. That's the way they are.” So this is all simply a plot concocted by the Republicans? And regardless of the fact the information is considered classified, in an effort to prevent her from getting further beaten up on, we should just release it? Is this really the kind of person that we want as our Commander-in-Chief?
I mean not only has she clearly demonstrated her inability to answer that 3 am phone call which resulted in four Americans, including our ambassador, to be butchered by a bunch of religious fanatics, and for no other reason than because it was too close to Barry’s reelection, now we find out that she can’t even be trusted with the handling of state secrets. And it was in mentioning Benghazi that Hitlery said, "But after 11 hours of testimony, answering every single question, in public, which I have requested for many months, I think it's pretty clear they're grasping at straws." Grasping at straws, really? If anyone’s grabbing at straws, it’s not the Republicans.
And so it is then, that like that proverbial broken record, as we have seen numerous times before over the past couple of decades, Hitlery would like us all to once again believe that, somehow, the source for all her troubles has little or nothing to do with the fact that she sees herself as being above the law. No, the source of all her troubles, just as it was the cause of her husband being unable to keep his pants zipped up, is that ever so dastardly, that quite diabolical and that downright evil, vast right wing conspiracy. Yup, it held a gun to her head forcing her to send and receive classified information just like it forced her husband to rape numerous women.