Why Hillary Clinton’s Emails Matter

I worked in the defense industry, so I know what the process is for handling secret data.  Any piece of paper with references to anything secret gets stamped, even if it’s a personal note.  It then gets shredded or filed.

Secure computers and documents are contained within secure vaults, where the work is done.  Secret data is not allowed outside of these vaults UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE.

That the Secretary Clinton was stripping the classifications off of her documents and moving them to an UNCLASSIFIED computer is treason.  Whether to hackers or for her own personal purposes, she exposed the country’s secrets.

Now, Hillary may want a fence at the border (and she does, watch the #demforum), and she may have a lot of experience going around the Middle East knocking people’s heads.  But you know what?  At the end of the day, if her server is serving up documents that reveal the nation’s secrets, what good does that fence and all of that Middle East travel do us as a nation?

It is not enough for Hillary to say she made a mistake and didn’t know what she was doing.  It was her JOB to know.  Hillary’s “mistakes” will lead this country to war, I promise you that.  And for what?  So that her benefactors can make huge profits off of the deaths of innocent people?

It is not enough for Hillary to claim she has a “plan” to destroy ISIS while she’s left the nation’s secrets exposed.

The nation won’t survive a president who “makes mistakes” for her own convenience.

Vote for a president who thinks before acting!

Why Hillary Clinton’s Emails Matter

3 thoughts on “Why Hillary Clinton’s Emails Matter

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