Hillary’s lawbreaking ways in regard to her personal server were nothing to Clinton staffers until the FBI 302, an interview summary of the Clinton FBI interview, was leaked. Suddenly, the leaking of the 302 is really bad, according to Jennifer Palmieri the Clinton campaign communications director.
Indeed, Palmieri denied it even existed. “Hillary didn’t send any classified materials over email: Hillary only used her personal account for unclassified email,” Palmieri claimed in a blog post more than a year ago.
Palmieri’s statement was contradicted by FBI Director James Comey, who said, “From the group of 30,000 emails returned to the State Department, 110 emails in 52 email chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received.”
John Podesta, Hillary’s campaign chair, has already been contacted by reporters with information regarding the substance of the FBI interview. He blamed Republicans and tweeted:
“Already hearing from people who have been contacted by reporters with knowledge of the content of their interviews in FBI 302’s,” campaign chair John Podesta said Wednesday night on Twitter.
“Tough protocols on access to FBI’s 302’s must have included Republican speed dial to reporters,” Podesta added on Twitter.
Word to the wise, if you does not want to get caught doing something illegal, then don’t break the law.
Source: NY Post