As we told you earlier, Hillary Clinton is under fire tonight after 22 emails found on her home-brew email server were deemed so sensitive that they could not be released to the public, even with redactions. Her spokesman Brian Fallon attempted to spin the news as “overclassification run amok.”
Good luck with that.
And it sounds like Hillary-supporters Jennifer Granholm and Dianne Feinstein are getting ready to throw somebody under the bus to protect the candidate. You see, it’s not Hillary’s fault that she received top secret emails on her private server!
Rs are frothing at nothing, as usual. The emails were NOT marked classified when she sent or received them. She did NOT create them.
— Jennifer Granholm (@JenGranholm) January 30, 2016
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) January 30, 2016
Sorry, ladies. This doesn’t mean Clinton is in the clear:
If the ranking Democrat actually believes this, the FBI should be checking her handling of classified info. https://t.co/FZDrkPHjQ6
— Shane Street (@SCStreet) January 30, 2016
Feinstein does not understand security. Sweet dreams. https://t.co/Ma0jNWnnAk
— James (@MadcapMcQ) January 30, 2016
Crap on a cracker this is the WHOLE POINT OF USING THE SECURE STATE DEPT EMAIL https://t.co/1c3tJLRcwP
— Political Math (@politicalmath) January 30, 2016
None of these points excuse unlawful misuse of classified. In fact, guidance is very specific they don't. https://t.co/qatjDUxtR8
— Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) January 30, 2016
— m. barbay (@barbaylive) January 30, 2016
So she thinks rules to ensure national security are stupid? Got it. https://t.co/cIrqYB1Zkp
— J.R. Holmsted (@JHolmsted) January 30, 2016
At least a few major loopholes in this statement. https://t.co/ndzRpz9Dp8
— Just Karl (@justkarl) January 30, 2016
Just a few?