Presenting the Whole Election: Hillary Clinton Emails

Credit to Wikipedia and C-Span

Credit to Wikipedia and C-Span

Nathan Holmes, Author

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with either political party.

In this edition of Presenting the Whole Election, we will look deep into the mess of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, which are not allowed while in office (Secretary of State). She has dug herself a big hole, by continuously claiming she is innocent while giving evidence that she is guilty. She apparently has also already run for President, against President Barack Obama, and obviously did not succeed. Likewise, it doesn’t help that her main supporter, also her husband, former President Bill Clinton, was one of two presidents to be impeached. This happened because he was caught cheating on his wife in the oval office, and lying about it. His wife is now being accused of having a private email server during her time as Secretary of State.

With that, she has been caught having 30,000 emails on the server, including 2000 emails that the FBI has deemed Classified, which is very bad considering that she has shared those emails. She pulled a Tom Brady (destroyed his phone during deflategate) by claiming that there was no evidence, as all 13 BlackBerry phones she used at the time were destroyed with hammers by one of her aides. She has constantly said things that the FBI claimed was false in their investigation of her, and yet they still “recommend no charges.” The reason: James Comey, the FBI Director, has a long history of ending cases in the Clinton’s favor. The backlash he received was too much though, so he reopened the case, and there it is.

Bill Clinton met privately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch…and talked about “grandkids and golf,”…not allowed at all during the investigation”

— Nathan Holmes

Along with that, Bill Clinton met privately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, a big part of the case, and talked about “grandkids and golf.” This has raised lots of suspicion, as this is not allowed at all during the investigation, and not many people believe that they actually talked about “grandkids and golf.” Overall, the Clintons have a very untrustworthy background, and voters should be skeptical about whether she is to be trusted. Be ready for my next issue of Presenting the Whole Election.