Here's the Emails that Prove Hillary was Lying About Her Illegal Email Server

So, one of the most corrupt women from one of the most corrupt families in the united States wants to be president, but she doesn't have a clue about national security as evidenced in Benghazi and her criminal actions in which she violated federal law by setting up an illegal email server. I think she might be better suited for a rock quarry at this point than the Oval Office, but it's her lies about it all that are right in the faces of the people of America without any justice being rendered on this 60's radical hag.

Now, if you recall, Onan Coca exposed that fact that Hillary had blatantly lied about her reasons for her lawlessness regarding her email server. According to Clinton, she told reporters, "I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails, instead of two."

Of course, as Coca pointed out with video evidence, Mrs. Clinton carries two devices anyway. But there's more…

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Clinton said she only used one device during her time at the State Department, a Blackberry, but the reality is that she clearly used an iPad as well.

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According to a report by the Associated Press, Clinton and her Muslim Brotherhood-tied deputy assistant Huma Abedin engaged in several emails back and forth in which Clinton specifically says that she used an iPad. These emails were obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request.

The AP reports:

The highly unusual practice of a Cabinet-level official physically running her own email server gave Clinton complete control over access to her message archives. She deleted emails — some 30,000 in total — she described as personal in nature, and has declined the request of Republicans that she turn over her server for an independent review.

Among the four emails obtained by AP is one in which Clinton accidentally mingled personal and work matters. In reply to a message sent in September 2011 by adviser Huma Abedin to Clinton's personal email account, which contained an AP story about a drone strike in Pakistan, Clinton mistakenly replied with questions that appear to be about decorations.

"I like the idea of these," she wrote to Abedin. "How high are they? What would the bench be made of? And I'd prefer two shelves or attractive boxes/baskets/ conmtainers (sic) on one. What do you think?"

Abedin replied, "Did u mean to send to me?" To which Clinton wrote, "No-sorry! Also, pls let me know if you got a reply from my ipad. I'm not sure replies go thru."

When caught red-handed like this, Clinton's spokesman, Neil Merrill, said on Tuesday, "Looking back, it would have been probably, you know, smarter to have used two devices."

Well, no Mr. Merrill. It would have been smarter to use one device that was secure and tied to the State Department. It would have been smarter to have actually followed the law. It would have been smarter to have told the truth about using two devices rather than lying to the public, which we all know is in order to cover something up. That's what criminals do.

In fact, I think I speak for most Americans when I say that it would have been smarter if Hillary Clinton never had anything to do with government.

To add insult to injury, it has come to light that at least one of Clinton's secret, illegal email addresses was [email protected], an apparent reference to China's former bloodthirsty dictator.

Now, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of a House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, is demanding that Clinton turn over her email server.

He sent a letter to Clinton's attorney, David E. Kendall. You may recall that name from her husband's criminal days in the White House. Gowdy wants an answer by April 3, 2015 as to whether Clinton will turn over the server.

But what if she doesn't? Apparently nothing, as Gowdy has stated that his committee doesn't have police powers. Yet, he claims that if she doesn't do it, then he says he will "inform the Speaker of the House of Representatives so that he can use the full power of the House to take the necessary steps to protect the best interests of the American people."

You mean John Boehner? Seriously Trey? Boehner has his own corruption to deal with. Furthermore, what power does the House have in this matter? They are legislators, not executives. See the problems arising here? And why do they keep coming up? Because the power the Congress does have to impeach a corrupt president, which would lead to dealing with several members of his administration, including Clinton are not be exercised and have not been exercised.

In the final analysis, I assume Clinton will flip her hand as though she were queen and tell Gowdy she isn't going to comply. After all, he's already said he has no power to do anything to her.

This is what happens America when people think like politicians rather than those who uphold the law and don't want to deal lawfully with the lawless.

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