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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

A Different Way

With every passing day, we sink deeper into the dark world of Hillary's lies. Just yesterday we learned that "personal" emails she unilaterally deleted from her private server contained at least 30 emails on the Benghazi incident. Hmmm. It really doesn't matter what's in the emails (we don't know as yet)—the fact is she hid them and then lied about it. Those of us who suggested that her claims about "personal emails" were a ploy to hide incriminating evidence were accused of being "conspiracy theorists"—another common strategy used by Clinton apologists.

Kerry Jackson comments:
... a new batch of 30 emails possibly related to the Benghazi terrorist attacks has been found. Was she planning a family vacation in Libya? Is that how she's going explain why those emails ended up in the account's trash bin and weren't released with others?

Those emails are among the roughly 15,000 that Clinton did not turn over when she earlier released 55,000 and claimed that she had come clean.

Judicial Watch, which continues to do what Clinton's allies in the legacy media have refused to do, said that the "State Department admitted it had found Benghazi-related documents among the 14,900 Clinton emails and attachments uncovered by the FBI that Mrs. Clinton deleted and withheld from the State Department."

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said "it is astonishing that Hillary Clinton tried to delete and hide Benghazi emails and documents."

But is it really? Doesn't just about everyone at this point expect Bill and Hillary to cheat and lie? Hasn't "Cover-Up" become the Clintons' shared middle name?
At this point, nothing that Hillary Clinton says can be taken seriously. If she is elected (and it's likely she will be) nothing she says as president can be trusted. Even worse, there's far more incriminating information out there that is in the hands of our adversaries, Hacked from her unprotected and arguably illegal server. She can and will be blackmailed by the holders of that information. If she secretly accedes to the blackmailers wishes, she is acting contrary to the interests of this country. And if she tells them to "f*#% off" and the information is released, she very well may be impeached, putting the country through the nightmare of an impeachment proceedings. Of course, Clintonists will accuse anyone who suggests such a thing as a "conspiracy theorist" or "unhinged." But after all of the revelations swirling around Hillary, that accusation is becoming very, very old.

What truly is amusing is that Hillary Clinton supporters tell us that Donald Trump is "dangerous." Hillary is equally dangerous—just in a different way.