From the National Review:
Today, the Friday before Labor Day, the FBI has released detailed interview notes from its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email practices. The Washington Post says the notes don’t contain any “major revelations,” but it’s wrong. Very wrong. The notes reveal the stunning breadth of Hillary Clinton’s dishonesty and deception.
First, and most importantly, it’s plain that her team began systematically wiping the server only after news broke of its existence.
Second, her own response was extraordinarily cynical. Three weeks after she tweeted that she wanted the public to see her emails, the purge began. Publicly, she called for transparency. Privately, her team is frantically destroying messages.
Third, if you want further evidence of her extraordinary carelessness with our nation’s secrets, look no further than the fact that she claims that she did not pay attention to the “level” of classified information and even claimed that she didn’t even know what the (C) classification meant.
Finally — though this is a small matter by comparison — remember how Hillary claimed that she chose to use a private server for her own convenience? She actually had 13 devices, and her lawyers couldn’t seem to locate them.I have three words for the National Review:
Big. Hairy. Deal.
The publication's protests are utterly meaningless as long as its staff childishly clings to the silly Never Trump.
As long as its staff members (and the think tanks that actually employ a good many of them) remain stuck in February when they thought they might have had a chance to stop Trump, the National Review is not a serious magazine. I suppose you could read it for its entertainment value. Oh look at the wattles quiver from a crowd of peacocks who will do nothing to actually stop Hillary.
I do chuckle at these impotent men raising their puny fists to rage at the night.
But I realize the real big laughers are Hillary and the rest of the out-of-the-closet liberals who enjoy watching these closeted people pretend to be angry.
If the National Review staffers are so upset with Hillary, then let them side with Trump. Until then, they are just putting on a minstrel show.
As for Jonah Goldberg, he used his column today to attack Sean Hannity rather than Hillary. Apparently one of his many childish feuds is more important than the nation's security.
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