Today the FBI finally announced whether or not Hillary Clinton would be indicted for her use of a private email server as secretary of state.
In the announcement, FBI Director James Comey claimed that Hillary had been “extremely careless” with intelligence that was “marked classified” at the time. He confirmed that over a hundred emails contained confidential information, with many receiving the “top secret” designation left only for the nation's most vital secrets. He even confirmed that Hillary had failed to turn over hundreds of emails to the FBI.
In a roundabout way, he also made clear that Hillary had lied all along about how her email service was run, and what it contained.
You'd be forgiven if this sounds to you like someone who is about to be charged with a crime — but you would be wrong. Despite the mountains of evidence against Mrs. Clinton, she was not recommended for charges.
Why? Because there was no evidence of “intentional misconduct.”
Since when does intention lift you above the law? It's clear Hillary had not acted within the boundaries of the law, yet she's escaping charges, not because of a lack of evidence, but because her position as Democrat nominee has put her above prosecution.
See the report — and reactions — on the next page: