Gowdy: Hillary Used Special Software to Send Emails Where “Even God Can’t Read Them”

Hillary's use of BleachBit is especially shameful after one considers how it might have played out had anybody else done something even remotely similar. Imagine, for a moment, that you were the subject of a criminal investigation and law enforcement discovered that you used special computer software to get rid of emails relevant to the case: do you think for a second that they wouldn't haul you off for destruction of evidence? But of course, it's different when the presidential nominee for the Democratic party does it:

“The South Carolina congressman said Clinton’s previous statements, chiefly her disproved statement that she did not send or receive classified information on her private server, should inform whether or not the public believes her when she says Clinton Foundation donors were never granted special treatment by her State Department.

Presented with audio from a Wednesday-night Clinton interview on CNN in which she said ‘there is a lot of smoke and there’s no fire,' Gowdy scoffed.

‘It's arson. It's pyromania. It's not smoke. Even listening to her talk about the Clinton Foundation, I couldn't help but go back and remember the press conference she gave on her emails where every single thing she said proved to be false,' he said. ‘That’s the interesting thing about credibility and believability: You can't just keep it in one compartment. When you are a habitual, serial liar in this facet of life, it tends to make people not believe you in other facets of life. So when she’s talking about the Clinton Foundation, I go back and remember her saying there’s no classified information, I only used one device, I did it for convenience. All of which were proven to be false.'”

Source: Politico



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