Hillary’s Closest Aides Interviewed by the FBI But U.S. Officials Make These Startling Statements

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U.S. presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton listens to small business owners as she campaigns for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at Capital City Fruit in Norfolk

Hillary’s closest aides, including Huma Abedin, were interviewed by the FBI as part of the email probe. US officials briefed CNN as the investigation nears finalization though it is still ongoing. US officials greatly diminished her guilt by saying there is no evidence she compromised security willfully and criminally and the interviews are merely routine.

CNN reported that so far investigators have not found evidence to prove that Clinton willfully violated the law.

No one believes General Petraeus meant any harm but it didn’t keep the government from ruining his career. In Hillary’s case, it won’t stop her from being president.

Hillary’s minions, including Media Matters, claim that to be found guilty she would have had to intentionally mishandle classified material since that is a crucial component of criminal charges.

Judge Napolitano, however, has said repeatedly, ignorance of the law is not an excuse and would not be an excuse for anyone but a favored government official. On the other hand, ultra-liberal lawyer Dan Abrams said sorry, there still isn’t a case.

The Clintons have their own rules so does Obama’s government and the left.

US officials have downgraded the classification level on quite a few of Clinton’s emails which certainly helps her out.

Former deputy Assistant Attorney General Victoria Toensing who is also a former US attorney, said Clinton has two problems: that she kept classified information on an unauthorized server and that she had a responsibility to know what information is classified whether it is marked or not. Toensing called it “felony corruption.”

That’s not what these US officials are saying.

Clinton herself will be interviewed in the coming weeks but if the standard for her is she had to have deliberately compromised national security then she will be free and clear.

US officials said the interviews are just a “routine part of an investigation like this.”

The investigation did not go beyond the security of the server and the handling of classified information, CNN reported further.

Judge Nap and Stephen Hayes think there is more than enough evidence to indict.

This week Romanian hacker Guccifer talked to Fox News’s foreign correspondent Catherine Herridge about breaching Hillary’s server at least twice and being on her server with about 10 other IPs from around the world.

U.S. hacking is out of control. If we don’t get a handle on this, Russia will thrive on it. It makes Hillary’s treatment of national security even more egregious.

Garry Kasparov discussed national security with Neil Cavuto. He then went on to Trump because he believes Trump is a security problem. He said he is an agent of chaos, does not have a philosophy, is not predictable, and this helps dictators.

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