Wow—Hillary Clinton must think she can get away with anything.
So far she has skirted disaster thanks to the deep state. They buried anything that she did during the Obama administration that would have led to prosecution.
(We all remember how former FBI head James Comey dismissed the case against her, while at the same time admitting she broke the law.)
Despite that, more and more evidence of wrongdoing keeps coming out. The woman just can’t shy away from trouble.
The latest story shows she doesn’t clean up after herself—not legally anyway.
From the New York Post:
As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton routinely asked her maid to print out sensitive government emails and documents — including ones containing classified information — from her house in Washington, DC, emails and FBI memos show. But the housekeeper lacked the security clearance to handle such material.
Uh, wow. While she was secretary of state, Hillary Clinton frequently asked her maid to print out sensitive government emails.
Keep in mind, these documents had classified information. Meaning this cleaning lady did not have even remotely the clearance to see them.
Is Hillary Clinton so disrespectful of our government, of the responsibilities she had, and our national security, that she’d have a maid handle confidential material?
I guess the answer is yes.
Clinton frequently acted as if she was above the law. We learned that she neglected to attend required security training.
She used an illegal, private email server to transmit government documents. James Comey said she acted recklessly.
Yet there’s been zero consequences for her actions. The woman thinks she can do whatever she wants with no repercussions.
Imagine if her maid found something out that was extremely sensitive? What if she mentioned it to a friend or family member online?
That information could have been leaked to our enemies.
But I guess nothing’s going to happen right? Why bother prosecuting Hillary for the mountain of things she’s done?
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Source: New York Post