It’s time to play pin the tail on the orange pants suit with Hillary.
In all things involving Hillary Clinton, it would be just a scent, it would be a fetid stench.
Why not that’s what the other commies living in America have promised?
Clearly delusional, in this latest attempt to spin her psychopathy for her dwindling number of supporters, perhaps she has forgotten the vast amount of high crimes and misdemeanors she has also committed. (Source)
“Hillary Clinton Sees ‘No Basis’ for Indictments in E-Mail Server Probe.”
Top secret information is deemed to be so sensitive that its release could cause major damage to national security.
NOFORN is a designation saying the information is not to be shared with foreign nationals.
Why is this of major importance?
The company that Hillary Clinton paid to manage her private email network was the victim of a massive international hack during the period in which Clinton was employing it.
Hillary Clinton used the company Internap as the internet service provider for her private email account during her tenure as Secretary of State.
Internap, based in Atlanta, has a facility in Manhattan, near the physical location of the IP address for clintonemail.com.
In March 2011, the security company RSA was hacked.
The hackers got into the company’s system through a malware-infested email sent to an employee, then installed a “backdoor” and stole data. RSA called it “an extremely sophisticated cyber attack.” (Source)
The look of a candidate whose chances of becoming the next United States President are circling the drain.
The classified information in Mrs. Clinton’s emails has become a nightmare for the Obama administration, which is under a court order to release her messages, but is struggling to review them and strip out the secret information first — while also keeping to the judge’s schedule. (Source)
Listing of crimes committed by the Clinton’s. (Source)
It’s reasonable to suggest that no source could have covered them all.
Hillary Clinton said there’s “no basis” for indicting anyone after one of her former aides was reportedly granted immunity in the U.S. investigation of her use of a private e-mail server when she was secretary of state.
(Psychopathy turning into a psychotic break with reality)
The Democratic presidential front-runner put a positive interpretation Sunday on reports that Bryan Pagliano, who helped set up the e-mail server in Clinton’s New York home, was granted immunity by federal prosecutors.
“I’m delighted that he has agreed to cooperate,” Clinton said in an interview on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “I think we’re getting closer and closer to wrapping this up.” ?????
During her tenure at State, Clinton used the private e-mail address to send personal and work correspondence, which she has since said she regrets.
She said she took such a step as a matter of convenience and exchanged more than 60,000 such messages from 2009 to 2013. About half were of a personal nature, she said.
(After all the lies and attempted cover ups, “Too little, Too late.)
The resulting probe into whether the practice resulted in inappropriate handling of classified communications has dogged her presidential campaign.
Clinton, who said Sunday that she has “been more transparent than anybody I can think of in public life,” also criticized government decisions to retroactively designate some of the e-mail traffic as classified.
She said it warrants “a hard look at the inter-agency disputes and the arguments over retroactive classification.”
Republicans have stayed on the attack over the e-mails, with Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, saying Sunday that Clinton is “dodging immunity agreements” with federal investigators.