Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Hillary Clinton is in deep trouble. The independent arm of the State Department has completed their investigation and that office is not pulling any punches when it comes to Hillary Clinton’s email practices and her private server.

The Washington Post reports:

The State Department’s independent watchdog has issued a highly critical analysis of Hillary Clinton’s email practices while running the department, concluding that she failed to seek legal approval for her use of a private email server and that department staff would not have given its blessing because of the “security risks in doing so.”

It continues:

The inspector general, in a long awaited review obtained Wednesday by The Washington Post in advance of its publication, found that Clinton’s use of private email for public business was “not an appropriate method” of preserving documents and that her practices failed to comply with department policies meant to ensure that federal record laws are followed.

This appears pretty obvious that Hillary Clinton broke federal record laws. It should also be pointed out Hillary Clinton is a presidential candidate that is currently under investigation by the FBI:

The FBI investigation into whether Clinton mishandled classified material through her use of the private server in her home in suburban New York is still underway. FBI Director James B. Comey has said there is no “external deadline” for concluding that probe, but he acknowledged that there is pressure to wrap up the matter promptly and thoroughly.

It’s time Hillary Clinton comes clean about her private email server. There are so many unanswered questions about her server and what she did that could have and most likely did jeopardize national security. Enough is enough.

Read the full Inspector General Report.

Share if you believe Hillary should be held responsible for her actions!

h/t Washington Post



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