We already know she lied about the Benghazi video, and lied to the victims’ families.
We already know classified information was found in emails sent from her private server.
We already know she lied about saying no classified information was sent from her private email server – until she said it wasn’t marked classified at the time.
We already know the FBI is considering whether she violated Section 1924 of Title 18, which deals with the unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material, or even the Espionage Act.
But! None of that really matters, because the liberals have decided she will never be charged.
Why? “She’s too big to jail.”
According to McClatchy DC ,that’s the word from national security attorney Edward MacMahon Jr., “who represented former CIA employee Jeffrey Sterling in 2011 in a leak case that led to an espionage prosecution and 3½-year prison term. He cited a pattern of light punishments for top government officials who have mishandled classified information while lower level whistleblowers such as Sterling have faced harsh prosecutions for revealing sensitive information to expose waste, fraud or abuse in government.”
So there you go.
Major Jason Brezler sends an email on his personal server to warn other Marines about Sarwar Jan, a child molester, who subsequently set up one of his “Tea Boys” named Aynoddin to gun down unarmed Marines in the FOB gym with Jan’s own AK-47. Three Marines were killed, and one survived. Brezler got kicked out of the Marines.
General David Petraeus admitted to having an affair with his biographer. She had classified material on her server, but Petraeus was never identified as the provider of that material. Nonetheless, he resigned as Director of the CIA, his reputation and career in tatters.
Hillary Clinton’s emails are just one in a string of scandals that have plagued her over the years.
But she will most likely go on to be the Democrat nominee for president.
Because she’s “too big to jail.”
Nonsense. She finds all kinds of pantsuits that fit. I’m sure there’s an orange one-piece she can squeeze into.
[Note: This article was written one size fits all by Michele Hickford]