“Does that sound threatening to the national security to you?”
Now that his wife has been “cleared” of any wrongdoing in her email scandal, Bill Clinton is getting a bit more bold in his defense of Hillary.
It’s apparently not enough that she got a walk for something that would have meant serious trouble for anyone else, now Bill has to rub the FBI’s nose in it.
The New York Post reports:
Bill Clinton accuses FBI of serving up a ‘load of bull’
Bill Clinton is accusing the FBI director of serving up “the biggest load of bull I’ve ever heard” — marking the first significant public comments from the husband of the Democratic nominee on the scandal that’s plagued his wife’s campaign for over a year.
“First of all, the FBI director said, when he testified before Congress, he had to amend his previous day’s statement that she had never received any emails marked classified,” Clinton told journalists at an Asian American Journalists Association meeting in Las Vegas on Friday, making a strong defense for Hillary Clinton.
He added, “They saw two little notes with a ‘C’ on it — this is the biggest load of bull I’ve ever heard — that were about telephone calls that she needed to make. The State Department typically puts a little ‘C’ on it to discourage people from discussing it in public in the event the secretary of state, whoever it is, doesn’t make a telephone call. Does that sound threatening to the national security to you?”
Here’s the video:
Bill Clinton might want to be more careful before shooting his mouth off any further. As this editorial from Investor’s Business Daily shows, the new revelations just keep coming:
Clinton Scandal: 44 More Lies Turn Up In Hillary’s Emails
Election 2016: Judicial Watch, which has been doing all the heavy lifting to expose the extent of Hillary Clinton’s scandalous use of a private email account while secretary of state, released dozens of emails on Tuesday that shouldn’t exist.
For more than a year, Clinton insisted that she didn’t use her private email account until after March 18, 2009, since those were the earliest emails she turned over to the State Department. According to Clinton, before that date, she was using an old Blackberry email account, to which she no longer had access.
Her campaign website continues to make this claim: “Early in her term, Clinton continued using an att.blackberry.net account that she had used during her Senate service.”
Yet in March, Judicial Watch unearthed several emails to and from Hillary’s private email account in February. And this week, it released more than 30 emails that predate the time Clinton claims she started using her clintonemail.com account, along with other work emails sent in April 2009 that she never turned over, despite her claims to the contrary. The combined total adds up to 44 newly unearthed email exchanges.
These emails are mostly mundane exchanges between Clinton and her top aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills. But in one exchange, Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach shares testimony he is about to give to Congress about China’s monetary and trade policies. “Can he come to the embassy” while she is in Beijing, Clinton asks. As Judicial Watch points out, Morgan Stanley has been “a long-time financial supporter of the Clintons.”
Drip. Drip. Drip. . .
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