Hillary Clinton Email Investigation Exposes Hundreds of Violations


Hillary Clinton certainly appears to be testing the waters of a possible late entry into the 2020 Democratic primary – a move that must have liberals shaking in their boots.

Clinton has been a bit of a curse on the Democratic party.  For many, she exists solely as a grand reminder of just how corrupt you can become when you seek greed and power in tandem.  For others, she was a conniving cheater who rigged an election against a surging candidate in order to keep her political aspirations alive.

For many, however, Hillary Clinton was someone who played loose and fast with national security by hiding her emails on an unsecured private server at the State Department, presumably to hide even more of her corrupt dealings.

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Now, as the former First Lady inches ever closer to becoming a force in the 2020 contest, the State Department has shown impeccable timing in the release of a new report on Clinton’s infamous email scandal.

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A State Department report into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server for government business, obtained by Fox News on Friday, found dozens of individuals at fault and hundreds of security violations.

The report summarized an administrative review of the handling of classified information relating to Clinton’s private email server used during her tenure as the nation’s highest-ranking diplomat between 2009 and 2013. The report, dated Sept. 13., was delivered to the office of Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., who was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee until last year.

Just how bad was it?

The report reflected only approximately 30,000 emails that the State Department was able to physically review, and found 38 individuals were responsible for 91 violations.

Another 497 violations were also found, although the report was not able to assign responsibility in those cases, in part because many of those involved had already left the department during the time it took to receive the emails and review them.

Is this the garlic that keeps the vampire at bay, or will Clinton’s invincibility complex send her back to the debate dais?

The Democratic party can only pray that for the former, and plan for the latter.

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