Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Clinton Won’t Let People In Her Administration Use Private Servers

Proving no matter what else, she still has a sense of irony, dear Hillary told a local Iowa news station that “the rules should change” regarding private servers for government employees, suggesting she would not allow anyone to do what she did if she became the president.

NOTE: This is certainly consistent with the Clintons’ long-standing belief that rules that apply to little people do not apply to them.

Clinton’s implication was that she had not violated the law with her private server, but the revelations that top-secret information passed through the server have severely dented that already-weak argument.

“We have another weekend here where people are seeing these fresh stories about the emails,” WHO-TV political director Dave Price said to Clinton. “So help people understand some of this. Obviously, there is a lot of confusion and everything about how this all went down. When you’re president, will you allow anyone to do what you did?”

“Well, it was allowed then, but I think the rules should change because of all of the confusion and the questions,” Clinton said. “The facts have remained the same. I took classification very seriously. There is absolutely no evidence that I ever sent or received any email marked classified. That has not changed.”

Clinton has struck a more defiant tone about her private email server in the past week, remarking at Monday’s CNN town hall in Iowa that she had nothing wrong and made no mistake in judgment by electing to use an unsecured server as secretary of state.

We’ll see if the voters call bullsh*t on her in New Hampshire on February 9.