Wrong question. We should ask how the State secrets divulged by Hillary -- either by design, by incompetence, or by some combination -- adversely affected national security.
This should be the concern of the FBI. Not the political implications, but rather how deeply Hillary damaged national security.
Our story so far is that contrary to every security rule, Missus Clinton used an unsecured private server for official email business, including missives to the president. She did this to avoid FOIA requests of her activities as secretary of State. Hackers could easily exploit that situation to compromise the president's email and jeopardize those who receive it, including the Pentagon.
Think of it as electronic VD that is passed from one computer to another.
Anthony Weiner, the cuckolded (and now estranged) husband of Hillary's top aide (and likely lover) Huma Abedin, had access to this treasure trove of emails whilst he used his computer to sext at least one 15-year-old girl. Caught and investigated by the FBI, Weiner began to sing. FBI agents heard and are now investigating.
The New York Times managed to make Hillary look like the victim, rather than the villain who either deliberately or through incompetence compromised national security.
From the New York Times:
Emails in Anthony Weiner Inquiry Jolt Hillary Clinton’s Campaign
The presidential campaign was rocked on Friday after federal law enforcement officials said that emails pertinent to the closed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server were discovered on a computer belonging to Anthony D. Weiner, the estranged husband of a top Clinton aide.
In a letter to Congress, the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, said the emails had surfaced in an unrelated case, which law enforcement officials said was an F.B.I. investigation into illicit text messages from Mr. Weiner to a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina. Mr. Weiner, a former Democratic congressman from New York, is married to Huma Abedin, the top aide.
Mr. Comey's letter said that the F.B.I. would review the emails to determine if they improperly contained classified information, which is tightly controlled by the government. Senior law enforcement officials said that it was unclear if any of the emails were from Mrs. Clinton’s private server. And while Mr. Comey said in his letter that the emails “appear to be pertinent,” the F.B.I. had not yet examined them.We have a media whose main goal is to protect the Democratic Party from being held accountable for ruining the nation.
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