Yep, we’ll probably be seeing lots more of these kinds of defenses from Hillary Clinton’s supporters:
Perhaps Mia Farrow and Jennifer Granholm should join together take their vast knowledge of the content of Hillary’s emails straight to the FBI.
Q: How do you know a Clinton has been caught lying again?
A: Their sycophant followers beg you to "move on." https://t.co/uYoEsGh8Vb
— Jeff Goldman (@TheJeffGoldman) January 30, 2016
When you need the final word on national security, always check with an actress. https://t.co/S3jwrfXMVc
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) January 30, 2016
@MiaFarrow That’s not how it works, Mia.
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) January 30, 2016
— David Gaw (@davidgaw) January 30, 2016
@MiaFarrow they were classified at the time they hit the server. Just because they weren't "marked" doesn't mean it isn't classified. Stfu
— Anthony Ralph (@TChiariJr) January 30, 2016
@MiaFarrow The law clearly states it is illegal to forward classified material, marked or unmarked. Also, how did it become unmarked?
— mncahill (@mncahill) January 30, 2016
— Don Palmer (@VotingGuy) January 30, 2016
Classification is determined by content, not by marking. It is classified whether marked or not. https://t.co/HKDotGm4Mt
— Wojciehowicz (@Wojciehowicz) January 30, 2016
Being marked isn't what makes material classified. I would expect the Secretary and State to know the difference. https://t.co/fZLqcuZeeR
— Chris Brusca (@C_Brusca) January 30, 2016
There is no Oscar for "looking like an idiot on national security issues and the law," sorry. https://t.co/e6i7bTZYiv
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) January 30, 2016
And celebrity tweets about the law aren't "marked" ignorant. Follow me? @MiaFarrow
— Blame Big Government (@BlameBigGovt) January 30, 2016
— Wayne Bruce (@Hot_take_king) January 30, 2016