Oh no, Hillary is getting all worked up over Donald Trump once more since he was previously the president. She is all fired up because a lot of people are making the connection between the problem regarding her emails that were stored on a private server and the raid that the FBI conducted on President Trump's property at Mar-a-Lago and the seizure of secret papers by the FBI.
People are wondering why there was such a significant disparity in the approaches taken to address the two scenarios.
Despite Hillary Clinton's responsibility for the deletion of subpoenaed emails and her staff's propensity for breaking Blackberrys, no raid was conducted on her.
The increasing attention on what Hillary did and how the FBI essentially gave her a "pass" despite the seriousness of the crimes she committed has upset her.
Therefore, Hillary Clinton is back to defending herself, this time stating on her Twitter account that she didn't have any confidential material stored on the private server she used for her email. She began by stating, I can't believe we're still speaking about this, but my emails, as her opening statement.
When that, she doubles down on her position by claiming that her service did not store any classified emails and that FBI Director James Comey has recognized that he was wrong after he said that there were classified materials in question.
Clinton, not content to leave well enough alone, went on to tweet that Trump's own State Department, which is run by separate Secretaries, discovered that she did not have any classified emails.
Clinton grumbled that she was "more tired" than anyone else of talking about this subject matter. But then she tweeted once more, telling people that if they were interested, they may read an article that was connected to the tweet.
I find it hard to believe that we are still discussing this, yet according to my emails…
As Trump's issues continue to escalate, those on the right are attempting to turn the conversation back to me. Even something called the "Clinton Standard" exists.
The truth is that I did not have any emails that were secret or confidential.
If you can believe it, Hillary Clinton references an essay that was published by the same guy who has previously written about a massive right-wing conspiracy against her. In addition, the allegations that he makes in the new piece about classified materials are not supported by a single citation from the author.
In any case, if you're curious, you can read James Comey's official statement explaining the decision not to prosecute Clinton.
The owning agency has decided that 110 emails in 52 email chains were classified at the time they were written or received and have been returned to the State Department. Comey wrote that eight of the chains had Top Secret material, 36 contained Secret information, and the remaining eight contained Confidential information.
Comey went on to say that any sensible person in Secretary Clinton's position or in those government employees' positions should have known that an unsecured server was not the place for that conversation.
He continued by saying that none of the messages should have been stored on an open network. And the existence of Clinton's emails was especially concerning due to the fact that all of them were stored on unclassified personal servers not even backed by full-time security staff, like those discovered at Departments and Agencies of the United States Government—or even with a commercial service like Gmail.
On July 7, 2016, while testifying before Congress, Comey disproved the allegations made by Hillary Clinton's supporters.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, a Republican from South Carolina, told Comey that Clinton claimed that none of her emails contained any classified information, and Gowdy questioned Comey about whether or not this was accurate.
Comey stated in his response that this was not the case.
Not only is Clinton attempting to conceal the truth once more, but she has also made an attempt to profit from the investigation into Trump's campaign. Clinton is still preoccupied with the fact that she was defeated in the election of 2016. She just can't wrap her head around how things turned out for Donald Trump. Therefore, in an effort to try and rise above those ashes, she is prepared to ignore the reality and go to any lengths necessary.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on News Sloth.