Hillary blames State Dept. for sending her classified emails

On September 2, 2016, Adam Goldman and Eric Litchblau of The New York Times reported on the FBI release of the Hilary interview in July 2016 that occurred between the weekend of Bubba bumping into Attorney General Lynch and being interviewed by the FBI.

If one made this up, nobody would believe it, but here it is:

Hillary Clinton told F.B.I. investigators during a three-and-a-half hour interview in July that she had used a personal email server as secretary of state "out of convenience" and did not remember anyone raising legal concerns about the practice, according to documents released Frida

Mrs. Clinton also said that she "did not recall receiving any emails she thought should not be on an unclassified system," the F.B.I. documents say. "She relied on State officials to use their judgment when emailing her and could not recall anyone raising concerns with her regarding the sensitivity of the information she received at her email address," they say.

So this is her story, and she is sticking to it.  She used the personal server "out of convenience."  I would hope Comey asked her, what do you mean by convenience?  Why wasn't the State Department email system convenient to use for government work?  Was it too difficult to use the State Department system?  Convenient to whom, Hillary or the State Department?

Even more incredible is Hillary saying the State Department officials should have used their judgment when emailing her classified documents.  The premise of this excuse is that the State Department should not have sent any documents to Hillary on her email server that were important or classified.

But if they had to send a classified email to Hillary, then how were they supposed to send it if not on her private email account?  Carrier pigeon?  Or, like in the move Goodfellas, the State Department would send a runner to Hillary and whisper in her ear?

Thus, according to Hillary, the burden is on the State Department to decide whether to send a classified email to Hillary because the State Department knows that Hillary has an unsecured private email account.  This assumes that Hillary knew that the email account was not secure for classified mail.  According to this logic, the State Department should never have sent a classified email to Hillary.  So if her email account was hacked, then it is the fault of the State Department for sending her classified emails.

By saying the people at the State Department had to use their judgment about what to email her, Hillary is admitting that the State Department had to send her classified documents.  Yet she says she did not use her private email system for classified documents.  This implies she never then received a classified document, which even the FBI's Director Comey found was not true. 

Again Hillary is blaming someone else.  The State Department should have used its judgment about what to email Hillary and thus never sent her classified emails.

 Hillary is never at fault.

On September 2, 2016, Adam Goldman and Eric Litchblau of The New York Times reported on the FBI release of the Hilary interview in July 2016 that occurred between the weekend of Bubba bumping into Attorney General Lynch and being interviewed by the FBI.

If one made this up, nobody would believe it, but here it is:

Hillary Clinton told F.B.I. investigators during a three-and-a-half hour interview in July that she had used a personal email server as secretary of state "out of convenience" and did not remember anyone raising legal concerns about the practice, according to documents released Frida

Mrs. Clinton also said that she "did not recall receiving any emails she thought should not be on an unclassified system," the F.B.I. documents say. "She relied on State officials to use their judgment when emailing her and could not recall anyone raising concerns with her regarding the sensitivity of the information she received at her email address," they say.

So this is her story, and she is sticking to it.  She used the personal server "out of convenience."  I would hope Comey asked her, what do you mean by convenience?  Why wasn't the State Department email system convenient to use for government work?  Was it too difficult to use the State Department system?  Convenient to whom, Hillary or the State Department?

Even more incredible is Hillary saying the State Department officials should have used their judgment when emailing her classified documents.  The premise of this excuse is that the State Department should not have sent any documents to Hillary on her email server that were important or classified.

But if they had to send a classified email to Hillary, then how were they supposed to send it if not on her private email account?  Carrier pigeon?  Or, like in the move Goodfellas, the State Department would send a runner to Hillary and whisper in her ear?

Thus, according to Hillary, the burden is on the State Department to decide whether to send a classified email to Hillary because the State Department knows that Hillary has an unsecured private email account.  This assumes that Hillary knew that the email account was not secure for classified mail.  According to this logic, the State Department should never have sent a classified email to Hillary.  So if her email account was hacked, then it is the fault of the State Department for sending her classified emails.

By saying the people at the State Department had to use their judgment about what to email her, Hillary is admitting that the State Department had to send her classified documents.  Yet she says she did not use her private email system for classified documents.  This implies she never then received a classified document, which even the FBI's Director Comey found was not true. 

Again Hillary is blaming someone else.  The State Department should have used its judgment about what to email Hillary and thus never sent her classified emails.

 Hillary is never at fault.