Wait! Bernie Sanders think it is OK to question Hillary Clinton about her emails?
Senator you waited too long!
Clinton’s supporters are too focused on the content of the emails themselves, rather than the purpose that was served by Hillary’s use of a private server to begin with. The FBI’s criminal investigation has more to do with Hillary’s pay to play corruption in connection to the Clinton foundation/slush fund than it does about classified emails.
Hillary used a private server because she wrongly believed she would have control over her emails and simply deleting the evidence would make them go away forever. She never expected the FBI to be able to recover the deleted evidence.
“You mean wipe it clean, like with a cloth?”
Yeah right. The crooked lady knew exactly what she was doing. She just underestimated the abilities of the FBI.
Months after telling Hillary Clinton the American people were “sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails,” Bernie Sanders said the issue may be a drag on her as a battle rages ahead of California’s Democratic primary on June 7.
In an interview that will air Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sanders said he plans to stay focused on core issues such as reforming health care and lowering college costs in the last few weeks of primaries. Still, he went furthest yet in saying Clinton’s e-mail issue could be a drain with voters.
“Now, you’re right — the Inspector General just came out with a report, it was not a good report for Secretary Clinton,” Sanders told host John Dickerson, according to a transcript provided by the network. “That is something that the American people, Democrats and delegates, are going to have to take a hard look at.”
Trailing Clinton among pledged delegates collected through state primaries and caucuses, Sanders said superdelegates — party leaders and elected officials not formally bound to any candidate — should, at the very least, cast their ballots at the Democratic National Convention in July with the candidate who carries a given state.
That would give Sanders a boost from states like Vermont, Washington and Alaska, although Clinton prevailed in populous states such as New York, Florida and Texas.
Sanders continued to press a case for superdelegates to switch their allegiance to him from Clinton, regardless of state affiliation, and said the e-mail controversy could become a drain on her in the general election.
Hillary is unelectable period. Like I said before, Sanders missed that boat and he’s sinking right now.
But let’s really get to the nitty-gritty. People can nag about whether the e-mail thing is a crime or not, what really matters is why Hillary would want to put up a server in her own home in the first place without permission from the State Department?
Do you really want a President who trades government favors for Clinton Foundation cash? Do you really think good decisions could come out of that?? (There is just so much to this story that you don’t need ironclad proof for a conviction in the public eye.) With one “Daisy “-type ad, Trump would win the election.
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